Arizona community scholarships

 Arizona Community Foundation Scholarships
The Arizona Community Foundation (ACF) is the largest private provider of scholarships in
Arizona. There are more than 80 different types of scholarship funds available. Almost all of
them are for undergraduate study at a college or university. Many of them target student
graduating from a specific high school or starting their studies in a particular major field of study. 

The best source of information for scholarships that might be available to a student is the
scholarship counselor at the students high school or college.
• Dorrance Scholarship Programs
The Dorrance Scholarship Programs are sponsored by the Arizona Community
Foundation. Two different scholarships include:
1. A high school senior planning to attend an Arizona University and will be the first in
the family to attend college and complete a four year degree.
2. A Maricopa Community Colleges adult re-entry student and a single parent (available
at select campuses)
To learn more about eligibility requirements and complete application information use the
link above.
Arizona College Scholarship Foundation
Provides college scholarships, comprehensive on-campus support services and career mentoring
to low-income/high potential Arizona students. Scholarships are limited to students participating in
their member organizations. 

To see what organizations are members, visit the Arizona College
Scholarship Foundation website.
Arizona Department of Education Scholarships
The Arizona Board of Regent's High Honors Tuition Scholarship (aka – AIMS Scholarship) is a
university academic merit scholarship administered by the Arizona Department of Education on
behalf of the Arizona Board of Regents. Qualified students who graduate from high school will
receive a full in-state university base tuition scholarship valid beginning the first fall semester
following graduation from an Arizona high school.
Community Foundation for Southern Arizona
The Community Foundation for Southern Arizona offers a wide variety of scholarship opportunities
to students. The scholarship program was created to meet the needs of the many good, but
maybe not outstanding students with heavy financial need. The scholarships amounts range from
$375 for a part-time 2 year program to $2,000 for a full-time 4 year program. Available
scholarships and applications open in January of each year.
Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation Scholarships
The Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization designated by
the Maricopa County Community College District to receive and manage gifts on behalf of its 10
colleges. The STARS online scholarship system will match scholarships available through the
Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation with the students unique profile. There are three
primary ways to fund an education at a Maricopa Community College:
1. Maricopa Community College Foundation Scholarships: Available to all
Maricopa Community College students and, in most cases, may be used at any
Maricopa Community College and some non-Maricopa colleges and universities.
2. College-Specific Scholarships: Available through each of the Maricopa Community
Colleges. They are generally restricted to one campus
3. External Scholarships: Are offered through various local and national

For additional information visit the Maricopa Community Colleges Foundation website.
Passageway Scholarship Foundation
Passageway Scholarships are provided to select students graduating from the Rite of Passage
programs (Canyon State Academy). Scholarships of $500 to $1,000 are provided for tuition
support and book grants to assist successful goal-oriented students at four-year universities,
community colleges, and vocational/trade schools. Additional eligibility requirements can be found
on the website.
The Ortiz Family Foundation
The “Words O.F.F. the Page for Books” program is committed to assist students in need by
providing one $500 gift certificate for two consecutive semesters for a total of $1,000. to their
community college book store for the purchase of text books and school supplies. Funds are only
awarded to students with a 3.0 GPA or higher and attending an Arizona Community College.
Horatio Alger Arizona Scholarship
The Horatio Alger Arizona Scholarship Program provides financial assistance to students in the
State of Arizona who have exhibited integrity and perseverance in overcoming personal adversity
and who aspire to pursue education. Applicants must be enrolled full time as a high school senior
in Arizona, progressing normally toward graduation, and planning to enter college no later than the
fall following graduation.

 Have a minimum GPA of 2.0. $5,000 scholarships are awarded to those
receiving the Scholarship. The regular application process closes on October 30th. Check the
Horatio Alger website for full eligibility requirements.
Arizona Dream Builder Foundation
The Dream Scholar program celebrates Arizona senior high school students who embrace and
embody those tenets set forth by Dr, King and other great leaders. The Dream Scholar program
is not based on ethnicity or financial need. Dream scholars have many opportunities.
Opportunities are provided in the form of internships, scholarships, and mentorships. The
scholarship is a 4 year, $4,000 scholarship awarded to high school seniors.

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