5 Best Scholarships for Arizona Residents

Friday, 03 Dec 2010 11:21 AM

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The list of scholarships available to Arizona residents is quite long and contains many diverse scholarships. Arizona residents can chose from a wide variety of state scholarships.

The five best scholarships for Arizona residents are listed here:

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1: The Bernard Osher Reentry Scholarship is open to all Arizona State University students. Arizona residents between the age of 25 and 50 are eligible for this Arizona state scholarship if they meet the stipulated requirements. They should be reentry students who have enrolled for their first baccalaureate degree and be able to produce evidence that their previous undergraduate studies were interrupted for a period of at least five years. They should have a good academic record and illustrate the ability to secure reemployment. Candidates are required to submit a 300-word essay along with their applications. Proof of financial need must be submitted through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form.
 
2: The Arizona State University Alumni Association West Scholarship is open to Arizona residents enrolled at Arizona State University at the junior, senior, or graduate level. Preference is given to students with financial constraints. Applicants must submit a 200-word essay detailing how this specific Arizona state scholarship will benefit them.
 
3: The Arizona State University Campus Scholarship is another scholarship for Arizona residents. It is open to full-time or part-time students enrolled at the Arizona State University west campus. Students requiring financial assistance are given preference. Academic record is also taken into consideration.
 
4: The J. Charles and Katharine Wetzler Scholarship for Arizona residents is open to full-time students enrolled at the Arizona State University west campus. Candidates should submit a 250-word essay with details of their educational aspirations and their financial limitations. They should produce evidence that they discontinued studies for at least a year because of financial hardship. Minimum grade requirements have to be met.
 
5: The Vice President’s Leadership Scholarship is open to Arizona residents enrolled as full-time junior or senior level students at the Arizona State University west campus. Students with a good academic record are given preference. Special achievements in community service are also considered.

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