With immense benefits, Dorrance Scholarship Programs are ready to fund your education to help you make most of your academic years. Dorrance Scholarship programs are open to seniors in good standing who will graduate from an accredited Arizona high school and enter the university as college freshmen. Candidates who are Arizona resident and belongs to the first generation to attend college neither parents nor step-parent, living or deceased, or legal guardian holds a four-year degree from any country are eligible for this program.
The aim behind this program is the growth of Arizona, and the foundation knows the key to growth is the well-educated society based on philanthropic values. To create such a society, the youth should be given proper education. And to make it possible for every student in Arizona to pursue higher education, this program is designed. These scholarships provide all the needed financial assistance to the students and help them grow in their careers. This Grant supports students’ education and encourage them to maintain good academic records to renew these scholarships.
The Dorrance Family established the Dorrance Scholarship Program in 1999 to provide financial and academic support for Arizona’s eligible first-generation college students. The program awards up to thirty-six scholarships annually to incoming freshmen attending the state’s three public universities: Arizona State University (Tempe), Northern Arizona University (Flagstaff), and University of Arizona (Tucson). The scholarship and program value are estimated at more than $100,000. Scholarships are renewable based on academic achievement and exemplary participation in scholarship program activities.
|Educational Level||Freshman students|
|Number of Awards||Undefined|
|Nationality||Domestic and International|
|Application Deadline||January 15, 2021|
Who May Be Eligible?
Check the eligibility requirements set for this program, which makes you eligible for these scholarships:
- Applicants should be Seniors in good standing who will graduate from an accredited.
- Fellows should Arizona high school and enter the university as a college freshman.
- The fellow should be an Arizona resident.
- Applicants should be from a first generation to attend college (neither parent/step-parent, living nor deceased or legal guardian holds a four-year degree from any country).
- An individual should have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA (weighted or unweighted) and Minimum combined SAT score of 1110, composite ACT score of 22 (excluding writing score in both instances), CLT score of 72, OR PSAT score of 1050.
- The fellow should be Admitted to one of Arizona’s three residential, public universities
(Arizona State University-Tempe, Northern Arizona University-
Flagstaff, University of Arizona-Tucson).
- An individual should demonstrate financial need.
- Candidates should demonstrate leadership and volunteer service.
- The applicant must agree to participate in all aspects of the scholarship program and be able to travel internationally.
- The fellow should reside on campus freshman and sophomore year.
How to Apply
Only the eligible candidates are welcome to apply for the program through an online application form. Please make sure to submit all the details and the documents in the form. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered for the program. All require results of the tests should be shared or the exams should be taken before the deadlines. Applicants are responsible for the data provided in the application so please make sure everything is legit.
- The complete application form is required.
- FAFSA should be submitted before the deadline.
- ACT, SAT, CLT tests results should be provided.
Below are the benefits of this program:
- $12,000 per year.
- Eight semesters of funding.
- Summer Bridge experience.
- Innovation experience.
- International travel.
- Dorrance advisor.
- Cultural enrichment.
- Community outreach opportunities.
- Tutoring and mentoring.
Please apply for the Program before January 15, 2021.