In 2020, the Alliance Scholarship Program presented 25 deserving students with scholarships totaling $30,000. Since its inception in 1996, this annual program has awarded more than $2.8 million to thousands of high school graduates and continuing college students all over the nation.
- The program is open to eligible Alliance Members and their legal dependents who are 16- to 28-years-old and will attend college full-time
- Both high school graduates and current college students may apply
- Renewal candidates who maintain a 3.5 grade point average are eligible to earn scholarships for up to three consecutive years
- June 15 is the annual deadline for first-time and renewal applications
High school graduates and current college students must submit the current Alliance Scholarship Application and transcripts by June 15 to be considered for a scholarship award.
Renewal candidates must maintain a 3.5 GPA, submit required transcript documentation, and make a written renewal request. The deadline for renewal requests is also June 15.
If you’re more interested in trade or technical schools, see the Career Education Grant Program
*Please Note: All transcripts and test scores must be original certified documents. Photocopies and printouts from the Internet will not be accepted.
Please review the Alliance Scholarship Application or Renewal Instructions for complete details of eligibility and submission requirements.
The Alliance College Guide
Alliance for Affordable Services created the Alliance College Guide to help students with information they need to prepare and enroll for college. Throughout this online resource, you will find helpful tips, checklists and guidelines for succeeding in every step of the college search and admission process.
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