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Arthur J. Hidalgo Scholar — Jasmine Black
ASA College is proud to present Jasmine Black, the latest recipient of the Arthur J. Hidalgo Scholarship awarded to deserving students. She is one of our new ASA Nursing students with a passion for personalized patient care. Her viewpoint is nursing is equal parts healthcare and nurturing. As caregiver and mother of a young son, Jasmine is determined to make a difference in society.
Jasmine has volunteered in a number of child care positions and looks forward to a long and fruitful career working with people in every phase of life. She says “I believe life works like a spider web and everything you do will somehow connect to your true passion.”
We congratulate Jasmine Black, ASA College is proud to call you our own.
ASA COLLEGE ARTHUR J. HIDALGO MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP
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 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.
For more information on this and other scholarships available to ASA Students visit https://www.asa.edu/scholarships.asp
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