About the Scholarship
ASU Armstrong Family Foundation Scholars Program is accredited by Arizona State University. Arizona State University faculty and its students work together with NASA to develop, advance, and lead development in space investigation. Armstrong Family Foundation Scholars Program was established in 1999 by Jim and Jo-Ann Armstrong, the Armstrong Family Foundation Scholarship Program was started to help students with family circumstances beyond their control that limit financial resources and prevent access to educational opportunities.
What are the basic requirements needed to apply for this scholarship?
All the students applying for this scholarship grant must have been completed their FAFSA application to be able to receive this grant.
The student is required to submit the SAR (Student Aid Report) which is generated upon completion and submission of the FAFSA
Candidates must demonstrate their financial need along with their official transcript.
The applicant must be an orphan, in foster care or a qualified independent student who is or has been without any family support.
ASU Armstrong Family Foundation Scholars Program amounts to
This scholarship grant provides $8000 annually which is non-renewable, but students can be reapplied if the funds are available.
The number of funds offered by this scholarship varies depending on the funding and the number of qualified applicants.
The applications are to be submitted by the end of March 17, 2020. Students are informed to submit their application and other required application form before the due date to meet the eligibility criteria.
Applications and other information relating to the scholarship programs and college premises are available on the Arizona State University website.
The applicant must have a demonstrated financial need.
Application finalists will be contacted for a personal interview with the selection committee.