AAA Scholarship is made of different scholarships for parents and funders to help you finance your future. For bachelor’s, master’s, and Ph.D.’s, in any field of study. Read on for more information.
The AAA Scholarship Foundation team has invested more than 18 years devoted to passionately advocating for the under-served, under-represented, and academically disadvantaged members of our communities.
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About AAA Scholarship Foundation
By managing initiatives that provide students a choice in their education, AAA Scholarship Foundation supports the progress of education.
The average AAA Scholarship recipient is a member of a minority ethnic group who lives in a high-crime neighborhood with a struggling single parent or caregiver.
Over 80% of these kids receive AAA scholarships at the start while residing in homes with annual incomes at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty line.
When students first earn a scholarship, many are either performing below grade level, failing at their former school, or doing both. When parents discover their children in these situations and are worried about their future, they search for practical solutions.
They are looking for an environment that will push their kids academically, change social norms, and potentially have a bad lifelong influence.
They wish to change their children’s learning environment, acquaintances, and the unfortunate predictable outcomes associated with school failure.
AAA Scholarships are funded in Arizona, Florida, Georgia, and Nevada by companies that redirect a portion of their state tax liability to the AAA Scholarship Foundation in exchange for a dollar-for-dollar tax credit.
AAA Scholarship Foundation is one of the only 501(c)(3) nonprofit scholarship organizations approved to administer these legislatively-authorized tax credit scholarship programs in multiple states.
Also, AAA Scholarship Foundation provides your company with the convenience and efficiency of a single solution for participating in multiple state tax credit scholarship programs.
Types of AAA Scholarships
In an effort to ensure that the neediest families receive the most help, the AAA Scholarship Foundation awards scholarships based on a sliding scale. Check your state page for eligibility.
1. Income-Based Scholarships
These scholarships are available in all states we serve. Unless otherwise noted, AAA awards scholarships based on a sliding scale. Check your state page for eligibility requirements.
2. Disabled-Displaced Scholarship
This scholarship is available to Arizona residents (also known as Lexie’s Law). Students must have a current or expired MET report or IEP, or an expired 504 plan from an Arizona Public School.
3. Family Empowerment Scholarship for Students with Disabilities
This scholarship is available to Florida residents who have a child with an eligible disability as diagnosed by a licensed physician.
4. Foster/Out-of-Home Care Scholarship
This scholarship is available only to Florida residents. The household must meet 6 criteria in order to be eligible for this scholarship.
- Mitchell Scholarship Programme
- Scholarships for Latinos and Hispanic Students
- Radboud University Scholarship Application Details
- Endowed Scholarship Programme for International Students
Scholarship Application Steps for Parents
Take the first step in your application process
Step 1: Select your state
Scholarship types vary from state to state – start here to be sure the financial aid you seek is provided in your state!
Step 2: Select the scholarship
We offer Income-based, Disability-based, and Foster/Out of Home Care Scholarships. Availability varies by state.
Step 3: Apply!
Create an account and apply! If it is determined you are eligible for an award, notifications will be mailed to the address supplied on your application.
AAA Scholarship Foundation begins accepting applications in mid-February or March (depending on the scholarship program).
It may take 10-12 weeks to process your submitted application and determine your eligibility once all required documents and information is received, so please keep that in mind before you apply.
Your determination letter will be sent to the mailing address provided on your application 4-6 weeks after the processing of your application has been completed.
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