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ASA COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAMS

ASA COLLEGE ALUMNI SCHOLARSHIP

Description

ASA College has established a scholarship available to all ASA graduates who have completed an Associate degree at ASA and would like to enroll into another AOS/AAS program at ASA. The following are the requirements and eligibility criteria that must be satisfied in order for the student to be eligible for the scholarship:

  • Student must have successfully completed an AOS/AAS program at ASA College;

  • Student must be enrolled into a different AOS/AAS program at ASA College;

  • Student must be enrolled full time;

  • Student must complete the semester in order to receive the scholarship amount for that semester.

If student withdraws from the college, he/she will forfeit the scholarship amount for that semester;

  • Student will not be eligible for the scholarship in any semester where he/she will be repeating (FR) more than 6 credits;

  • Student must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0 in order to maintain eligibility for any subsequent disbursement of the scholarship;

  • The award will be reflected on the Financial Aid Eligibility Notice and will be posted to the student’s account upon successful completion of a semester.

Award Amount

A student will be awarded $1,000 per semester, not to exceed a total of $2,000.

Application Procedure

Award eligibility will be determined by a Financial Aid advisor at the initial packaging interview.

ASA COLLEGE ARTHUR J. HIDALGO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Description

The Arthur J. Hidalgo Memorial Scholarship is available on a competitive basis to students who meet the eligibility criteria. Typical criteria include grade point average, enrollment in a specific academic program, and residence in a limited geographic area, community service or co-curricular
activities. Other factors which are considered include essays, recommendations and interviews.

The Arthur J. Hidalgo Memorial Scholarship(s) covers full tuition costs, is awarded once a year in the fall semester. Only students in the degree programs are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Students must also maintain a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 3.75 to continue to receive this scholarship in subsequent semesters.

Award Amount

Scholarship covers full amount of tuition and fees for each semester the student is eligible.

Application Procedure

Applicants must complete an ASA admissions and scholarship applications, meet with an ASA Admissions Representative, take and pass all required placement tests, apply for financial aid, submit an essay and a letter of recommendation.

Deadline for submission: Friday of the 2nd week of the FALL semester

ASA COLLEGE DONNA CLAYTOR MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP

Description

The Donna Claytor Memorial Scholarship is available on a competitive basis to students in health disciplines programs who meet the eligibility criteria. To qualify for this award, students must be enrolled in a Health Discipline degree program at ASA College and must satisfy the following
requirements and eligibility criteria:

  • be full time and taking at least 12 credits in the semester for which eligibility is sought;

  • have successfully completed one semester of core studies in the Division of Health Disciplines;

  • have a cumulative GPA of 3.85 or higher.

Award Amount

Maximum allowance of award is $500.00 per semester, and will be awarded once per semester.

Application Procedure

Applicant must fill out a scholarship application form which can be obtained in the Division of Health Disciplines. Completed scholarship application form will be submitted to the scholarship committee for consideration. Applications are accepted each semester.

Deadline for submission: Friday of the 2nd week of every semester.

ASA COLLEGE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP

Description

The following visa holders, their spouses or children are eligible to apply for a merit based International Student Scholarships:

  • International Student (F-1 visa),

  • Diplomatic and other government officials and employees (A visa category),

  • International trade and investors (E visa),

  • Representatives to international organizations and their employees (G visa),

  • Temporary workers (H visa),

  • Representatives of foreign media (I visa),

  • Exchange visitors (J visa),

  • Intracompany transferees (L visa),

  • Individuals with extraordinary abilities (O visa),

  • Temporary religious workers (R visa).

The scholarships can cover up to fifty percent of tuition costs and are renewable for each of the student’s subsequent semesters. Students must maintain a 3.0 GPA in order to qualify for subsequent semester awards.

Award Amount

Fifty percent of the semester tuition charges.

Application Procedure

The application process requires a review of the student’s high school/college grade point average, improvement of English language proficiency, and faculty recommendations. Applicants are
also required to submit a short essay describing their interest in their chosen program. For more information, contact the International Student Advisor/DSO. Final decisions will be made by the Registrar’s office within two weeks after the beginning of each semester.

THE ASA COLLEGE LEGISLATOR’S SCHOLARSHIP

Description

In order to qualify for this scholarship, student must be recommended by a Local, State, or Federal Legislator. The recommendation must be in a form of a letter on the Legislator’s official letterhead outlining student’s merits and accomplishments which were used as the basis for this recommendation.

Student must enroll in an approved Degree program at ASA College and must satisfy the following requirements in order to maintain eligibility for the scholarship from one semester to the next:

  1. Student must be full time and taking at least 6 core credits in any semester for which eligibility is sought;

  2. Student must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0.;

  3. Student will not be eligible for the scholarship in any semester where he/she will be repeating (FR) more than 6 credits.

Award Amount

Student will be awarded $1,000.00 per semester, not to exceed a total of $5,000.00. Award will be reflected on the Financial Aid Eligibility Notice and will be posted to the student’s account upon
completion of a semester.

Application Procedure

Applicant must complete an ASA admissions and scholarship applications, meet with an ASA Admissions
Representative, take and pass all required placement tests, apply for financial aid, and submit the letter of recommendation.

Deadline for submission: Friday of the 2nd week of every semester.

ASA COLLEGE NON-RESIDENT STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP

Description

ASA offers scholarship for qualified ASA students who are not residents of New York State. The following are the requirements and eligibility criteria that must be satisfied in order for the student
to be eligible for the scholarship:

  1. Students must document the fact that they do not reside in the State of New York. Acceptable documentation includes: utility bills; tax returns; official letters. All documents must show the student’s/student’s spouse’s name, current date, and address. Student must reestablish eligibility as
    often as he/she is required to refile for Federal Aid;

  2. Student must be enrolled full time with a minimum of six (6) core credits. Student will not be eligible for the scholarship in any semester where he/she will be repeating (FR) more than 6 credits;

  3. Student must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 in order to maintain eligibility for any subsequent disbursement of the scholarship;

  4. The award will be reflected on the Financial Aid Eligibility Notice and will be posted to the student’s account upon completion of a semester.

Award Amount

Student will be awarded $1,000 per semester

Application Procedure

Eligibility will be determined in the Financial Aid Office at the point when student is applying for all other forms of Financial Assistance.

ASA COLLEGE AMERICAN DREAMERS SCHOLARSHIP

Description

ASA College offers a scholarship to undocumented students who are not eligible to receive financial aid under federal and state law and who have graduated from a US high school or have obtained a GED.

Students must produce the following documentation in order to be considered for this scholarship:

  1. Proof of graduation from a US High School or attainment of a GED;

  2. State Picture ID;

  3. Student must have a minimum HS GPA of 2.5 and must produce a High School transcript for evaluation.

In addition, students must meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Student must be enrolled full time in any semester for which eligibility is sought.
  • Student must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 if taking credit bearing courses and must pass all ESL/remedial courses to maintain eligibility for any subsequent disbursement of the scholarship

Award Amount

Fifty percent of the semester tuition charges.

Application Procedure

Applicant must complete an ASA admissions and scholarship applications, meet with an ASA Admissions Representative, take and pass all required placement tests.

REGENTS DIPLOMA SCHOLARSHIP

Description

ASA College offers academic scholarship to qualified applicants with a Regents diploma from any of the recognized high schools in the USA.

The following are requirements and eligibility criteria that must be satisfied in order for the student to be eligible for the scholarship:

  1. Applicant must present a certified true copy of his/her Regents diploma to the Registrar’s Office and this must be verivied by the Registrar;

  2. Student must be enrolled full time with a minimum of six (6) core credits;

  3. Student must maintain a minimum of 3.5 GPA for every semester;

  4. Student must have no disciplinary infractions for the duration of his/her stay at ASA.

Award Amount

Student will be awarded $1,000.00 per semester, not to exceed $5,000.00 Award will be reflected on the Financial Aid Eligibility Notice and will be posted to the student’s account upon completion
of a semester.

Application Procedure

Applicant must complete the ASA College admissions and scholarship applications, meet with an ASA Admissions Associate, submit a short essay describing his/her interest in the chosen program.

ASA COLLEGE ATHLETIC SCHOLARSHIP

Description

ASA College offers three types of athletic scholarships: full tuition scholarship; full scholarship; and partial scholarship. Scholarships are awarded based on athletic ability as determined by the head coach of the sport. In order to qualify for the award a student must comply with all college, team, and NJCAA rules and regulations, as well as all Federal and State financial aid regulations. In order to maintain eligibility students must satisfy criteria outlined by NJCAA academic eligibility standards.

Award Amount

Scholarship awards will cover one academic year at a time and must be renewed each year. Each scholarship will cover components outlined bellow after the application of federal and state grants
and may not exceed the Cost of Attendance.

Full Tuition Scholarship: this award is intended to cover tuition, fees, and books during one academic year. Each scholarship may vary, based on the actual cost of tuition, books, and fees less
any Federal and State grants for which the student may qualify. In order to receive the award, the recipient must be in good academic and athletic standing.

Full Scholarship: this award is intended to cover tuition, fees, books, room and board during one academic year. Each scholarship may vary, based on the actual cost of the above components, less any Federal and State grants for which the student may qualify. Good academic and athletic standing is required for continued eligibility.

Partial Scholarship: usually covers 50% of the student’s tuition, fees, and books, less any federal and state grants and scholarships. Good academic and athletic standing is required for continued
eligibility.

Application Procedure

Applicants must complete an ASA admissions application, meet with an ASA Admissions Representative, take and pass all required placement tests, and apply for financial aid by filling out a FAFSA application and completing the packaging process. Once the scholarship is awarded by the head coach, student must execute the letter of intent and the scholarship agreement form.