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Alliant International University Alumni Grant

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Eligibility Consideration
  • Must have graduated from an Alliant International University Undergraduate, Master's, or Doctoral degree program
  • Must meet all admission requirements and be fully admitted and confirmed into an Alliant International University Graduate degree program
  • The award is only available to students starting a new program during the 2021/2022 academic year
  • Students who receive Alliant tuition waivers or other Alliant issued grants are not eligible to receive this grant
Grant Award Amounts
  • ​$2,500 for Alliant Alumni who enroll in a Masters Degree level program; $5,000 for Alliant Alumni who enroll in a Doctoral Degree level program
Awarding of Funds
  • Award recipients must be enrolled full-time and must be continuously enrolled for continued eligibility for the full amount of award
  • Award for Master degree level is spread among two years of $1,250 per academic year.  Award for Doctoral degree level is spread among four years of $1,250 per academic year. 
  • Award funds will be disbursed in increments of $625 per semester for Fall 2021 and Spring 2022 for 16-week semester based students and will be applied to student tuition and fee balances at Alliant International University
  • Award funds will be disbursed in increments of $312.50 per term for August 2021 Session, October 2021 Session, January 2022 Session, and March 2022 Session for 8-week term based students and will be applied to student tuition and fee balances at Alliant International University
  • Students who lose eligibility after being selected/awarded, as a result of extenuating circumstances, may apply for reinstatement.  Approval for reinstatement of scholarship eligibility is not guaranteed. Denial of reinstatement requests are not subject to appeal.
  • Please see Alliant Scholarship FAQ for additional information on scholarship awarding and eligibility requirements


 


Arizona Alternative Pathway Teaching Certificate with PlusMaster's Grant

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Eligibility Consideration
  • Must be a new Arizona student starting in the July, August or October 2021 term who meets all admission requirements and has been fully admitted and confirmed into Alliant University’s School of Education for one of the following programs:
    • Preliminary Multiple Subject Teaching Credential with Masters of Education (MAE) Program leading to an Alternative Teaching Certification in Elementary Education recommendation in Arizona
    • Preliminary Single Subject Teaching Credential with Masters of Education (MAE) Program leading to an Alternative Teaching Certification in Secondary Education recommendation in Arizona
  • Students who receive Alliant tuition waivers or Alliant scholarships are not eligible to receive the grant
Grant Award Amounts
  • The amount of the grant award will be equal to the tuition cost of the total units associated with the courses required to fulfill the master’s portion of Credential plus Master’s in Education program leading to an Alternative Teaching Certification in Arizona.  Courses eligible for grant award include EDU 76220 - Critical Thinking for Teachers, EDU 76860 - Introduction to Research, and EDU76910 – Research in Action: Communities of Practice (course numbers and titles are subject to change). 
  • The grant does not include any tuition costs associated with any prior unsuccessful attempts or withdrawal from a prior attempt at the course.
  •  The amount of the grant for the 2021-2022 catalog year is $2,157 per 3-unit course ($719 p/unit).  
Awarding of Funds
  • Award recipients must be enrolled per the program of the study plan and must be continuously enrolled for continued eligibility for the full amount of the award.
  • Grant funds will be directly applied to the cost of tuition and will appear as a tuition credit on the student’s invoice.
  • Grant will align with the tuition charges of the university.  If courses are taken during the 2022-2023 catalog year, grant will equal the cost per unit identified in the catalog for that year.
  • The grant will be applied after the add/drop date of the term the eligible course is taken.
  • Students who have mitigating circumstances which cause them to fail to meet the grant's requirements may be eligible for appeal consideration for grant reinstatement. Submission of an appeal does not guarantee reinstatement of grant eligibility.
  • Please see Alliant Scholarship FAQ for additional information on scholarship awarding and eligibility requirements
Grant recipients will be verified for eligibility by Alliant University and do not need to submit an application for the grant in the Alliant scholarship portal.
 


CSML Merit Scholarship

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Eligibility Consideration*
  • Eligibility Consideration
  • Must be a current student or new student who meets all admission requirements and has been fully admitted and confirmed into one of the following programs in the California School of Management and Leadership:
    • Masters in Business Administration
    • Master in Science in Data Analytics
    • Master in Science in Information Systems and Technology
    • Master in Science in Healthcare Analytics
  • Students who receive Alliant tuition waivers or other Alliant issued grants not eligible to receive this scholarship
  • Masters students are eligible for this award during their first and second year of full-time study
  • Current students must have a GPA of 3.3 or higher
  • New Students must have achieved a GPA of 3.3 or higher in your most recent college-level studies. Must submit a copy of your transcript for your most recent college-level studies
  • Submit an essay (max. 1000 words) and address any ONE of the following:
  • What has been your experience working and/or serving in diverse multicultural contexts?
  • How can diverse (e.g., racial, gender, social class, faith-based) perspectives and viewpoints be an asset in supporting the economic success of diverse populations?
  • Describe a project(s) or example(s) of projects which you believe can address the economic empowerment of a disadvantaged segment of society.
Awarding of Funds
  • 6 Scholarships are available in the amount of $2000 and will be awarded to students enrolling in the August 2021 Term; 3 Scholarships are available in the amount of $1000 and will be awarded to New students starting in the January 2022 term
  • Award recipient must be enrolled full-time and must be continuously enrolled for continued eligibility for full amount of award
  • Award funds will be disbursed in 4 equal increments of $500 in August 2021, October 2021, January 2022, and March 2022 terms, and will be applied to student tuition and fee balances at Alliant International University
  • New students enrolling for the first time in January 2022 will have award funds disbursed in 2 equal increments of $500 in January 2022, and March 2022 terms to tuition and fee balances at Alliant International University.
  • Students who lose eligibility as a result of extenuating circumstances may apply for reinstatement.  Approval for reinstatement of scholarship eligibility is not guaranteed. Denial of reinstatement requests are not subject to appeal.
  • Please see Alliant Scholarship FAQ for additional information on scholarship awarding and eligibility requirements
 Priority Deadline: May 31, 2021
**If funds remain, applications may be considered if submitted after this date
 


CSOE Dean’s Award of Excellence Scholarship – Credential/Master’s Degree for January Term

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Eligibility Consideration*
Must be a new student who meets all admission requirements and has been fully admitted for the January 2022 term into one of the following programs:
  • Education Specialist with Pupil Personnel Services Credential:
    • School Counseling with School Based Mental Health emphasis
    • School Psychology with Applied Behavioral Analysis emphasis
    • School Psychology with School Based Mental Health emphasis
  • Master of Arts in Education with Pupil Personnel Services Credential:
    • School Counseling
    • School Psychology
  • Master of Arts in Education:
    • Educational Administration
    • Special Education
    • Special Education with Preliminary Education Specialist Instruction Credential
    • Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
    • Teaching with Preliminary Multiple Subject/Elementary Education Teaching Credential: Early Completion Intern, Student Teaching or Standard Internship Option
    • Teaching with Preliminary Single Subject/Secondary Education Teaching Credential: Early Completion Intern, Student Teaching or Standard Internship Option
  • Preliminary Credential:
    • Education Specialist Instruction Credential: Mild/Moderate Disabilities
    • Multiple Subject/Elementary Education Teaching Credential: Early Completion Intern, Student Teaching or Standard Internship Option
    • Single Subject/Secondary Education Teaching Credential: Early Completion, Student Teaching or Standard Internship Option
    • Administrative Services Credential
  • New students must have achieved a GPA of 3.0 or higher in your most recent college-level studies. Must submit a copy of your transcript for your most recent college-level studies.
  • Students who receive Alliant tuition waivers or Alliant issued grants (e.g. IMPACT Arizona Grant, Alliant Alumni Grant) are not eligible to receive this scholarship.
Complete and submit an essay (max. 3 pages) that addresses how your program will contribute to your immediate and long-range career plans:
  • Indicate what your experience has been working and/or serving in diverse cultural contexts.
  •  Indicate if you are the first in your family to attend college and if you are a member of a historically underserved populations typically underrepresented in graduate programs.
  • Describe your experience in community engagement and any example of experience in the development of innovative and creative scholarly inquiry, research, or training designed to support diverse populations.
  • Address current financial assistance you have and how this scholarship will support your career goals.
Note your essay will be evaluated based on a combination of the above factors.

Awarding of Funds
6 Scholarships are available in the amount of $2,500.
  • Award recipients must be enrolled full-time and must be continuously enrolled.
  • Award funds will be disbursed in 4 equal disbursements of $750 in January 2022, March 2022, May 2022, and July 2022 and will be applied to student tuition and fee balances at Alliant International University.
  • Students who lose eligibility as a result of extenuating circumstances may apply for reinstatement.  Approval for reinstatement of scholarship eligibility is not guaranteed. Denial of reinstatement requests are not subject to appeal.
  • Please see Alliant Scholarship FAQ for additional information on scholarship awarding and eligibility requirements.



CSOE Dean’s Award of Excellence Scholarship – Doctoral Level for January Starts

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Eligibility Consideration
  • Must be a new student who meets all admission requirements and has been fully admitted for the January 2021 term into one of the following programs:
    • Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership and Management
  • New students must have achieved a GPA of 3.0 or higher in your most recent college-level studies. Must submit a copy of your transcript for your most recent college-level studies.
  • Students who receive Alliant tuition waivers or Alliant issued grants (e.g., Alumni Grant) are not eligible to receive this scholarship.
Complete and submit an essay (max. 3 pages) that addresses how your program will contribute to your immediate and long-range career plans:
  • Indicate what your experience has been working and/or serving in diverse cultural contexts.
  •  Indicate if you are the first in your family to attend college and if you are a member of a historically underserved populations typically underrepresented in graduate programs.
  • Describe your experience in community engagement and any example of experience in the development of innovative and creative scholarly inquiry, research, or training designed to support diverse populations.
  • Address current financial assistance you have and how this scholarship will support your career goals.
Note your essay will be evaluated based on a combination of the above factors.
 
Awarding of Funds
  • 1 Scholarship is available in the amount of $5,000 for new students enrolling in the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership and Management program for the January 2022 term.
  • Award recipients must be enrolled full-time and must be continuously enrolled.
  • Award funds will be disbursed in 4 equal disbursements of $1250 in January 2022, March 2022, May 2022, and July 2022.
  • Students who lose eligibility as a result of extenuating circumstances may apply for reinstatement.  Approval for reinstatement of scholarship eligibility is not guaranteed. Denial of reinstatement requests is not subject to appeal.
  • Please see Alliant Scholarship FAQ for additional information on scholarship awarding and eligibility requirements
 
Deadline December 15th 2021
 


Sabio/Alliant Middle College Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Technology Scholarship

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Eligibility Consideration
  • Must be a new student who meets all admission requirements and has been fully admitted and confirmed into the Bachelor of Science in Information Systems Technology program for the January 2022 term.
  • Must have successfully completed at least two Alliant courses via Alliant Middle College
  • Students who receive Alliant tuition waivers or other Alliant issued grants are not eligible to receive this scholarship.
  • Must submit a copy of your high school transcript. Must have achieved a GPA of 2. 5 or higher in high school work.
  • Submit a 300-word essay on how you plan to utilize your college education to bring positive benefits for your economic empowerment, your community and/or your family.
 
Awarding of Funds
  • 10 Scholarships are available in the amount of $2000.
  • Award recipient must be enrolled full-time and must be continuously enrolled for continued eligibility for full amount of award.
  • Award funds will be disbursed in 4 equal increments of $500 for January 2022, March 2022, May 2022, and July 2022 terms and will be applied to student tuition and fee balances at Alliant International University
  • Students who lose eligibility as a result of extenuating circumstances may apply for reinstatement.  Approval for reinstatement of scholarship eligibility is not guaranteed. Denial of reinstatement requests are not subject to appeal.
  • Please see Alliant Scholarship FAQ for additional information on scholarship awarding and eligibility requirements





Yellow Ribbon Grant

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Eligibility Requirements:
  • Must have 100% eligibility for the Post 9/11 GI Bill (Chapter 33).
  • Must be a current student or new student who meets all admission requirements and has been fully admitted and confirmed into an Alliant degree program.
  • Please note that Yellow Ribbon Program funding, along with its corresponding match from the VA, replaces any previously awarded institutional grants and/or scholarships. 
  • Must upload the Certificate of Eligibility (COE) issued by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)

*Note: Meeting the minimum eligibility requirements for the scholarship selection process does not guarantee that you will receive a scholarship award.
It is the students’ responsibility to ensure they fully understand all terms and conditions associated with their scholarship. Students must remain in compliance with all university and scholarship requirements and may be required to verify their eligibility each term/semester. Any failure to meet all terms may result in the loss of scholarship. 

​Scholarship awards are exclusively for the 2021/2022 academic year and are not automatically renewable