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    Scholarships 6
    Alliant International University Alumni Grant 

    Eligibility Consideration
    • Must have graduated from an Alliant International University Undergraduate or Master's degree program
    • Must meet all admission requirements and be fully admitted and confirmed into an Alliant International University Graduate degree program
    • Award is only available to students starting a new program during the 17/18 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 full amount of award
    • Award funds will be disbursed in increments of $625 per semester for Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 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/September Session, October Session, January Session and March Session for 8-week term based students and will be applied to student tuition and fee balances at Alliant International University

     



    California School of Forensic Studies (CSFS) – Graduate Student Merit Scholarship

    Eligibility Consideration*
    • Must be a new student enrolling in a Master’s degree program in the California School of Forensic Studies
    • Must meet all admission requirements and be fully admitted and confirmed into the program
    • Must have achieved a GPA of 3.0 or higher in undergraduate work
    • Students who receive Alliant tuition waivers or Alliant issued grants are not eligible to receive this scholarship
    • Complete and submit a 500-word essay describing your interest in Applied Criminology and how this program will contribute to your immediate and long-range career plans.
    • Submit a copy of your undergraduate transcript
    Awarding of Funds
    • ​10 Scholarships are available in the amount of $1,000
    • 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 increments of $250 per term for August/September Session, October Session, January Session and March Session and will be applied to student tuition and fee balances at Alliant International University
    Priority Deadline: June 2, 2017
    **If funds remain, applications may be considered if submitted after this date
     


    Community Engagement Scholarship

    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:
      • Doctorate in Business Administration
      • Doctorate of Philosophy in Leadership
    • Students who receive Alliant tuition waivers or Alliant issued grants are not eligible to receive this scholarship
    • Complete and submit an essay (max. 3 pages) in response to one of the following question sets:
      • What has been your experience working and/or serving in diverse cultural contexts? How can diverse (e.g., racial, gender, social class, faith-based) perspectives be an asset in community service?
      • Communities mobilize their resources (human, social, economic, and political) to address challenges. Identify one social, economic, or political issue that you are passionate about and, in your own words, describe why it is a problem. How have you seen community resources mobilized to address the issue? Based on your experience(s) what ways do you think this issue could be further addressed?
      • What is your view on Corporate Social Responsibility? In your opinion, what are their impacts to local communities?
    • New students entering graduate level programs:
      • 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
    Awarding of Funds
    • ​25 Scholarships are available in the amount of $1,000
    • 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 increments of $500 per semester for Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 and will be applied to student tuition and fee balances at Alliant International University
    Priority Deadline: June 2, 2017
    **If funds remain, applications may be considered if submitted after this date
     



    CSML Merit Scholarship

    Eligibility Consideration*
    • Must be a current student or new student who meets all admission requirements and has been fully admitted and confirmed into the Masters in Business Administration program - domestic or international
    • Students who receive Alliant tuition waivers or other Alliant issued grants not eligible to receive this scholarship
    • Submit an essay (max. 1000 words) and address one of the following:
      • ​What has been your experience working and/or serving in diverse cultural contexts? How can diverse (e.g., racial, gender, social class, faith-based) perspectives be an asset in community service?
      • Describe how your educational experience can help you in addressing any one social, economic, or political issue which you are passionate about.
    • 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 
    Awarding of Funds
    • 18 Scholarships are available in the amount of $1,000
    • 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 increments of $500 per semester for Fall 2017 and Spring 2018 and will be applied to student tuition and fee balances at Alliant International University
    Priority Deadline: June 2, 2017
    **If funds remain, applications may be considered if submitted after this date
     


    San Francisco Law School Grant

    Eligibility Consideration
    • Must be a new student who meets all admission requirements and has been fully admitted into the Juris Doctorate program for Fall 2017
    • Students who receive Alliant tuition waivers or other Alliant issued grants are not eligible to receive this grant
    Grant Award Amounts
    • ​$5000 distributed over 4 years

    Year 1 - $2000 ($1000 Fall/$1000 Spring)
    Year 2 - $500 ($250 Fall/$250 Spring)
    Year 3 - $500 ($250 Fall/$250 Spring)
    Year 4 - $2000 ($1000 Fall/$1000 Spring)

     
    Awarding of Funds

    • Award recipients must be enrolled full-time and must be continuously enrolled for continued eligibility for full amount of award



    Yellow Ribbon Grant

    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 2017/2018 academic year and are not automatically renewable