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Scholarships & Grants

Scholarships are an excellent way to provide funding for education without incurring debt.  Students are encouraged to apply for all scholarships for which they meet the criteria.  Most scholarships presented on this page are not funded through AWC; therefore, it is imperative that students contact the awarding body with any questions or concerns.

In addition, the Career Services Office is available to assist students with application and personal statement construction and editing. Essay writing workshops are also offered by the Student Success Center.  Contact the Student Success Center for current availablity of workshops.

The Financial Aid Office is available to answer general questions.  However, most of the scholarships presented here are not provided by the Financial Aid Office.  As such, we have no control over application dates or materials, submission requirements or awarding decisions.  Students with specific questions should contact the scholarship donor or provider.

Scholarships By Category

AWC Foundation Scholarships

AWC Institutional Scholarships

Project DESERT:
Scholarships available to students interested or enrolled in natural science majors. APPLICATION PROCESS OPENED UNTIL ALL POSITIONS FILLED 

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Federal Pell Grant

The Federal Pell Grant is a need-based grant offered to eligible undergraduate students based on Expected Family Contribution (EFC).  Students must complete the FAFSA to be eligible.

Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (SEOG)

The SEOG assists students demonstrating exceptional financial need in accordance with guidelines and funding allocations established by the Department of Education and the Office of Financial Aid.


AZ Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnerships (AzLEAP)

Student financial assistance in the form of need-based grants to low-income, undergraduate Arizona resident students who have demonstrated substantial financial need.

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