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Atlanta Community Scholars Award
The Atlanta Community Scholars Award (ACSA) is a 2003 initiative of Atlanta Housing, where the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) serves as the program’s fiscal agent. The purpose of ACSA is to provide scholarships to eligible AH-assisted residents between the ages of 16 and 30 to attend the college, university, or technical school of their choice. The goal of ACSA is to encourage more AH-assisted youth to consider and pursue higher education. Encouraging lifelong learning is an integral component of AH’s vision for building healthy, mixed-income communities and encouraging individual self-sufficiency.
For the Graduating High School Senior application, click here.
For the Adult or Current College Student application, click here.
The Choice Neighborhood Scholarship
The Choice Neighborhood (CN) Scholarship program is for students in the following categories: 1) residents of the former University Homes who reside in the city of Atlanta; 2) graduating seniors at Washington High School who reside in the CN footprint; 3) graduating high school seniors who reside in the CN footprint but attend high school outside the neighborhood; 4) prior CN scholars who reside in the CN footprint; and 5) postsecondary students who reside in the CN footprint.
All applicants must be in the process of applying to or has already been accepted by a two- or four-year college, university or technical school. Awardees must be between the ages of 16 and 24. Funds can be used for undergraduate studies only.
To apply, complete and return the form linked below.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 404.817.7285.