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Scholarship Opportunities

For Atlanta Housing Authority Participants Only

 

Atlanta Community Scholars Award (ACSA) -

ACSA – an initiative of the Atlanta Housing Authority, with UNCF as the program’s fiscal agent – provides scholarship assistance to eligible AHA-assisted residents between the ages of 16 and 30 to help them attend the college, university, or technical school of their choice.  To encourage lifelong learning and in accordance with AHA’s vision for building healthy, mixed-income communities and encouraging self-sufficiency, the goal of ACSA is to encourage more AHA-assisted youth to consider and pursue higher education.  ACSA scholars attend accredited institutions of higher learning all across the country and are not limited to UNCF-member schools.

Scholarships are awarded without regard to race, religion, gender, color, national origin, disability, or familial status.  All candidates for the scholarship must participate in the ACSA scholarship application process and meet established criteria.  All awardees are chosen by an official selection committee which is made up of members from private-sector and advised by UNCF.

Click here to access the application for graduating high school students.

Click here to access the application for current college students or adults.

Completed applications must be printed and submitted, along with other required documents, to the Atlanta Housing Authority no later than Friday, March 9, 2018.

Questions? Call 404.817.7329.

 

The Georgia Association of Housing and Redevelopment Authorities (GAHRA) Scholarship Committee is privileged to announce that this year, GAHRA will award up to $37,500 in scholarship funds to graduating high school seniors and adult students of GAHRA member agencies.

For high school students, GAHRA will fund academic scholarships for programs leading to an undergraduate degree as well as vocational/technical scholarships. In addition, SERC/NAHRO will fund two academic scholarships. For adult students, GAHRA will fund academic scholarships and vocational/technical scholarships.

If you are a high school student who is interested in applying for a GAHRA scholarship, click here.

If you are an adult student who is interested in applying for a GAHRA scholarship, click here.

If you have questions regarding the GAHRA application, please contact Ms. Elon Osby at elon.osby@atlantahousing.org or by phone at 404.817.7329.

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Resident Scholarship Program Details

Awards are $6,000 each and are issued only to your educational institution before the 2018 fall academic term. A total of 12 scholarships will be awarded.

Scholarship payments are made directly to the college, university, or technical school by Housing Authority Insurance, Inc. and are deposited into an F.B.O. (For the Benefit Of) Account. Scholarship award proceeds are to be used only for tuition, books, or school supplies.

For more information and to apply: https://www.housingcenter.com/scholarships/.

If you apply for this scholarship, please notify Elon Osby, Scholarship Coordinator, at elon.osby@atlantahousing.org.