ASU Foundation, Inc. Scholarships Phase II
Walk-In Gap Assistance
The Alcorn State University Foundation, Inc. offers students the opportunity to apply for scholarship funding assistance during our Phase II application period. This application phase is open for students who have an unmet financial need after all other aid has been applied or exhausted. Applicants should be mindful that scholarship awards are contingent on availability of funds, demonstrated financial need of applicants and academic merit; therefore, all applicants may not be awarded.
Incomplete scholarship applications will not be reviewed. Students should make sure their application and all required information is complete and submitted by the deadline. Completed scholarship applications must be submitted no later than the posted due date and students will not be notified of incomplete applications.
Every Foundation scholarship applicant is required to complete a FAFSA for the current year’s financial aid awards. The primary intent of the scholarship program of the ASU Foundation is to assist students with tuition, fees, and book expenses through need-based and merit-based scholarships. For this reason, all scholarship applicants are required to apply for financial aid. Financial aid awards, including other university and external aid, will be factored into the scholarship awards process.
ASU Foundation funded scholarships are to be used at Alcorn State University only and are not transferable to other institutions.
ASU Foundation scholarships are intended for approved educational related expenses only, as set forth in the respective scholarship guidelines and criteria. Any fraudulent use of scholarship funds or misrepresentation to gain reimbursement may result in the termination of scholarship funding and ineligibility to apply for future ASU Foundation funding opportunities.
The Phase II scholarship review process can take several days. All applicants will be notified by email/letter regarding their application status.
Explanation of Terms
For incoming students, the official GPA evaluated is the one from your most recent institution. For returning students, GPA will refer to your most recent cumulative GPA at Alcorn State University.
Scholarship requirements stating that a student must be “currently enrolled” at ASU means that the student must be currently enrolled in classes pursuing a full load of 15 credit hours. If a student is not enrolled in an ASU course at the time of the scholarship application, the application may not be reviewed.
The ASU Foundation annually awards scholarships funded by private donations. Scholarships are intended to assist students with the cost of attendance, as well as recognize academic performance, leadership qualities, University/community service and campus/community engagement. ASU Foundation scholarships are awarded annually on the basis of academic achievement, financial need, major of study and/or other specifications set by donors.
Students with an ASU Identification Number, are eligible and encouraged to complete the ASU Foundation Scholarship application. All applicants for Phase II are required to apply for financial assistance through the Office of Financial Aid prior to applying for an ASU Foundation scholarship.
ASU Foundation scholarship recipients must maintain a minimum 2.5 cumulative institutional GPA.
ASU Foundation scholarships are typically towards the payment of ASU tuition and fees. In some cases, the award may also be used for ASU Housing, ASU Dining, and required textbooks at the ASU Bookstore.
Foundation scholarship funds are nonrecurring meaning they do not rollover from year to year.
Students receiving University scholarships covering 100% of their ASU tuition and fees, room, board, and books are ineligible to receive ASU Foundation Scholarships.
Aid is restricted to U.S. citizens.
Currently aid is restricted to undergraduate students only.
- Students must have a ASU University Identification Number (UIN) to apply. UINs are assigned to students once an Admissions application has been completed.
- The ASU Foundation Phase II Scholarship Application is available annually during the month of August prior to the beginning of the Fall semester.
- The ASU Foundation Phase II Scholarship application must be submitted online.
- Returning students must complete the ASU Foundation Scholarship Application annually for renewal purposes.
- Completing a FAFSA form is required to be eligible for ASU Foundation Phase II scholarships. It is highly recommended to complete a FAFSA annually in order to maximize all need-based financial aid and scholarship opportunities. The FAFSA should be completed annually by the University deadline.
- Gamma Pi Alumni Association Endowed Scholarship
- Tommie Lee Williams, Sr. Book Scholarship
- Memphis Chapter Scholarship
- Scholarships for African American Women
- Scholarships for Minority Women
- Scholarships for Latina Women
- Frank Boulware, Sr. Legacy Scholarship
Awarded by the Gamma Pi Alumni Association to a current student who is a member of the Gamma Pi Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Incorporated with at least a 2.5 grade point average.
Interested eligible students may contact the scholarship committee at the following address:
Gamma Pi Alumni Association
P.O. Box 10116
Jackson, MS 39286
Awarded by the family of Tommie Lee Williams, Sr. to currently enrolled students from Vicksburg, Mississippi. Information on Mr. Williams' legacy and scholarship criteria, as well as the scholarship application may be accessed using the links below.
Students must adhere to the following:
- Must have an ACT score of 18 or higher
- Must have a GPA of 2.75 or higher
- First priority given to Shelby County, TN students, but Desoto County, MS students may apply
- Herbert Lehman Education Fund
- The Jackie Robinson Foundation (high school seniors only)
- Ron Brown Scholarship (high school seniors)
- Black Excel Scholarship Gateways
- Congressional Black Caucus Foundation
- Dr. James M. Rosin Scholarship
- Fisk Premedical Summer Institute / Minority Medical Education Program
- General Mills Technology Scholars Award
- Law School: MCCA Lloyd M. Johnson, Jr. Scholarship Program
- NAACP Earl Warren Shearman and Sterling Law School Scholarship
- NAACP Scholarships: Earl G. Graves Scholarship, Agnes Jones Scholarship, Lillian and Samuel Sutton Scholarship, Roy Wilkins Scholarship, and the Hubertus W.V. Williams Scholarship
- National Association of Black Journalists
- National Black Police Association
- National Society of Black Engineers Scholarship List
- Sallie Mae Fund American Dream Scholarship
- Siemens Teacher Education Scholarship Program
- Spieler, Rhea and Louis Scholarship Program
- UNCF Merck Science Initiative
- United Negro College Fund
- Actuary Scholarships for Minority Students
- American Chemical Society Scholarships
- American Geological Institute Minority Geoscience Student Scholarship
- American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
- American Political Science Association Minority scholarship list
- Barbara Jordan Health Policy Scholars Program
- Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation
- The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
- Engineering for Minorities
- Gates Millennium Scholars
- International Education Financial Aid
- The Jackie Robinson Foundation (high school seniors only)
- Jack Kent Cook Foundation Graduate Scholars Program
- John L. Carey Accounting Scholarship
- Kaiser Media Internships in Health Reporting
- LGBT Scholarships
- Microsoft Scholarships (for computer related degrees)
- Morris K. Udall Undergraduate Scholarship (for environmental studies)
- National Science and Mathematics Access to Retain Talent Grant (SMART Grant)
- Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education
- Students of Color Scholarship
- Unmet Need Scholarship
- USA Funds
- Hispanic Scholarship Fund (also for college students)
- Adelante US Education Leadership Fund
- Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (Congressional Internship)
- First in My Family Scholarship Program
- Hispanic Alliance for Career Enhancement
- Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities
- Hispanic Internship Program
- La Unidad Latina Foundation Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund
- National Association of Hispanic Journalists
- Salvadoran American Leadership and Education Fund
- State Farm Hispanic Scholarship Fund
Sankofa Village Project, Inc. will award two $2,500 scholarships (one each) to a college junior and/or senior currently enrolled at a Historically Black College or University.
To be eligible to receive a scholarship, a student must have the following qualifications:
- Academically in Good Standing
- 100 Hours of Community Service
- Major in African American Studies, STEM field or any major under the School of Business
Applications accepted from April 1, 2018 to July 1, 2018.
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