Sdfa Scholarship Essay

ASU Sun Devil Family Association is excited to announce the scholarship program. Scholarship is open for U.S. citizens or permanent U.S. residents.  Awards are committed to financial need, evidence of academic success, a strong commitment to community service and/or university involvement, and achievement of personal and educational goals.

The Sun Devil Family Association is committed to providing parents the information they need to stay informed of university happenings and to help their students through their college years.

Eligibility:

To be eligible for the scholarship, an applicant must:

  • Be a U.S. citizen or permanent U.S. resident
  • Be admitted to ASU for fall 2016
  • Must be enrolled as a full time undergraduate student and successfully complete at least 12 credit hours in fall 2016, and at least 12 credit hours in spring 2017 in an initial baccalaureate degree program at the Tempe, Polytechnic, West, Downtown Phoenix, or Lake Havasu Campus
  • Graduate with a baccalaureate degree in May 2017 or later (exception: current SDFA scholarship recipients graduating December 2016 may apply)
  • Have a minimum 3.0 cumulative ASU GPA, un-weighted

How to Apply:

You must sign in through the given link to be considered for scholarship:

https://weblogin.asu.edu/cas/login?service=https%3A%2F%2Fscholarships.asu.edu%2Fcas%3Fdestination%3D%2Fnode%2F1836%2Fapplication

Award Amount:

$5,000 per academic year ($2,500 per semester) scholarship award will be given to the winning candidates.

Application Deadline:

Application deadline is Tuesday, March 01, 2016.

Link for More Information:

https://scholarships.asu.edu/scholarship/1836

Contact Information:

If you have any question regarding the scholarship, you can call us: 855-278-5080 (toll free).

Overview

Scholar Development and Fellowships Advising (SDFA) offers assistance to Temple students in all stages of the application process for competitive, merit-based national fellowships.

We provide information on available programs, advice, opportunities for strategic planning and reflection, and guidance for completing a competitive application.

Through outreach to the campus community, support of students, and collaboration with faculty and administration, Fellowships Advising seeks to develop a campus culture that encourages motivated students to pursue these enriching educational opportunities.

Take a look at news stories profiling our recent recipients.

Note: The majority of these opportunities are external awards that fund supplemental undergraduate experiences (summer research, institutes, specialized study abroad) or graduate studies/research. Fellowships Advising also administers the Supplemental Academic Scholarships for Temple undergraduates. Current undergraduates should also review these internal opportunities. Incoming freshmen or transfer students who wish to have more information on their financial packages should speak to Admissions.

Advising and Fellowships 101

One-on-One Appointments

To meet with a Fellowships Adviser, use the on-line advising calendar.

Undergraduate students: In advance of scheduling your first advising appointment, you should:

Graduate students: In advance of scheduling your first advising appointment, review the External Graduate Fellowships and Internal Scholarships pages on our website.

Connect with Fellowships Advising

Sign up for the Fellowships Advising listserv to receive our e-newsletter as well as announcements about upcoming events, scholarship/fellowship deadlines, and new opportunities. Please note: A Temple email account is required to be added.

Join the LinkedIn Fellowships Advising Group.

Follow us on Twitter.

Contact Information

Where we are:

Tuttleman Learning Center, Suite 201 (in The Writing Center)
1809, N 13th St
Philadelphia, PA
19122

How to reach us:

Phone: 215 204 0708
Email: feladv@temple.edu

Who we are:

Barbara Gorka, Ph.D.
Director, Scholar Development and Fellowships Advising

 

 

 

 

 

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INFORMATION SESSIONS

All sessions in 201 Tuttleman unless otherwise noted

Supplemental Academic Scholarships
Tuesday, March 13, 5-6:00
Registration required

Fulbright Overview
Wed., March 14, 4-5:00
Registration recommended

Fellowships 101
Friday, March 16, 3-4:00
Registration recommended

Fellowships 101
Tuesday, March 20, 4-5:00
Registration recommended

Supplemental Academic Scholarships
Wednesday, March 21, 4-5:00
Registration required

Fulbright Week
March 26-29
Registration recommended

Supplemental Academic Scholarships
Tuesday, April 3, 4-5:00
Registration required

Post-Undergraduate Fellowships Abroad
Wednesday, Aprill 4, 5-6:00
Registration recommended

Supplemental Academic Scholarships
Wednesday, April 11, 4-5:00
Registration required

Scholarships for Language Study
Tuesday, April 17, 4-5:00
Registration recommended

NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program
Friday, April 20, 3:30-4:30
Registration required

UPCOMING DEADLINES

See the Deadlines and Events page for other upcoming deadlines. Need help with an application essay? Schedule an appointment with Fellowships Advising here.

Looking for undergraduate summer research/study opportunities? Deadlines are fast approaching! Check out this list of funded summer 2018 opportunties.

Creative Arts, Research, and Scholarship Program (CARAS)
Deadline: March 15 for summer/fall projects
Contact: Emily Moerer, Assistant Vice Provost of Undergraduate Studies

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