For Scholarship Seekers

Achieve your educational goals

Portrait of CTE scholarship recipient Tessa Brainard from Sedona.
The Arizona Community Foundation is Arizona's largest independent provider of college scholarships.

One online application

In partnership with our generous donors, we award millions of dollars annually to help students achieve their educational goals.

Through our online system, students complete one application and are matched with available scholarships, based on their eligibility requirements.

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Learn more about our general application and helpful tips about preparing to apply for scholarships.

Featured Scholarships

Closes May 1st

The Ingebritson Family Foundation makes scholarship awards to students attending Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, Maricopa Community Colleges, Yavapai College and Eastern Arizona College.

Eligibility Criteria:

– Full time student

– 2.5 GPA or higher

– Major in Nursing, Education, Finance, or Engineering

– Financial Need as demonstrated by the FAFSA

– Attending ASU, NAU, Maricopa Community Colleges, Yavapai College, or Eastern Arizona College

Award Details:

Award is up to $2,000 for a community college and $3,000 for a 4 year university.

Closes May 1st

The Page-Lake Powell Scholarship provides funding for Navajo college students studying in engineering, construction or related fields which may enhance economic development.

Eligibility Criteria:

– Student must have attended high school in Page, Arizona

– Must identify as Navajo

– Preference for graduating high school seniors

– Must plan to study Construction, Engineering, or Economic Development at any college/university

Find the Right Fit for You

ACF manages more than 150 scholarships. Explore your options, then visit our scholarship portal and fill out one application.

Scholarship Spotlight

Student aspirations are set in motion by ACF scholarships

Photo of ACF scholarship recipient Albert Alan at the University of Arizona College of Medicine.

In 2017,

Albert earned three concurrent degrees from UArizona.


Scholarships available through ACF's general application.

Albert Alan's aspirations are boundless, and he has the hard evidence to prove it.

In 2017, he earned three concurrent degrees from the University of Arizona. This foundation in physiology, sociology, and neuroscience landed Albert in the UArizona College of Medicine, where he is pursuing both an M.S. in Cellular Molecular Medicine and an M.D. degree. Albert also serves in a research position for the Mayo Clinic’s Department of Neurosurgery and plans to become a board-certified neurosurgeon, all while tackling unforeseen health challenges.

Throughout his education so far, the pursuit of knowledge has helped him better understand the world as a complex and often inequitable place. Combined with his own experience grappling with homelessness during his teens, Albert has gained a unique perspective on how he can be a physician who leads with compassion.

He sees an opportunity to meet his patients in their world by learning more about the racial and socioeconomic disparities that exist in healthcare. Albert’s goal is to help close those gaps, motivated by the chance to improve the quality of care for people of color and those experiencing homelessness.

When Albert reflects on the value of his education and the ACF scholarships that made it possible, he can’t overstate how much it meant to him.

Photos courtesy of Albert Alan

Education was literally my oxygen, because that’s all I had. When you’re drowning, and nothing’s working out; when you have no family and you’re alone; when the only oxygen tank you have is a book—that was my life. That’s why you see all these degrees. They were my way of staying alive in this world.
Portrait of ACF scholarship recipient Albert Alan.

Albert Alan

ACF scholarship recipient

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