THE 2023 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION REQUIRED MATERIALS:
Current Transcript of Grades
– There is a place on the application where upperclassmen and graduate
applicants can upload their high school and college grade transcripts.
If you are currently in high school the person who will be filling out
the Academic Reporting Form will
be asked to include your transcript with that form. Graduate applicants
must also provide their undergraduate grade transcript. Transcripts are mandatory for all applicants. (deadline 11:59pm December 15 for applicants already attending college)
Proof of Admission to an Accredited College or University
- proof that the applicant will be attending an accredited college or
university in the fall must be provided. Incoming Freshmen can submit a
copy of their acceptance letter as proof of enrollment. There is a place
on the application where this can be uploaded. Mandatory for all applicants.
– a photograph is required and becomes the property of the AAAA
Scholarship Foundation, Inc. to be used for publicity purposes. The
should be a head and shoulders view in pdf, jpeg, jpg or tiff format.
There is a place on the application where this can be uploaded. Mandatory for all applicants. (deadline 11:59pm December 15)
Essay - applicants are asked to compose a maximum 300-word essay. Mandatory for all applicants. (deadline 11:59pm December 15)
Reference – to be completed by an individual who is aware of the applicant's abilities and potential. Do not include relatives. Mandatory for all applicants. (deadline January 15)
Academic Reporting Form –
to be completed by the appropriate school official who has access to
the applicant's academic history. This form includes a place to upload
the applicant's grade transcript. Mandatory for Freshmen applicants. (deadline January 15)
For questions regarding the scholarship program, please contact Joanne Hansrote 203-268-2450 x130 or email [email protected]