The Arkansas State Golf Association (ASGA) undergraduate scholarship program was established to assist deserving young people, who reside in Arkansas, in their pursuit of higher education at an accredited college or University.
Scholarship recipients may pursue any course of instruction leading to a bachelor’s degree, or any other course of instruction meeting the committee’s approval. Subject to the committee’s discretion awards are renewable each semester during a regular four-year undergraduate college course. Awards for graduate study & two-year undergraduate schools are not provided.
A scholarship recipient must be:
- Qualified to attend accredited college,University or educational institution of his/herchoice. An accredited school under thisprogram is defined as a non-profit institution ofhigher learning located in the United States andlisted in the Educations Directory, Collegesand Universities, published by the U. S.Department of Education.
- A senior student attending high school inArkansas or who is a full-time Arkansasresident with a 3.0 GPA or higher, or
- A student currently attending an accreditedinstitution of higher education who has notgraduated from a college or University and isnot 25 years of age or older.
For scholarship consideration, you must submit a completed application form, your official current grade transcript showing a cumulative grade point average on a 4.0 scale, two reference reports, and an additional report from the principal/dean or a counselor at the school you are now attending or have attended.
If you are a graduating senior in high school, or if you have not attended one full year of college, your application must also include either your American College Testing Program (ACT) composite percentile, or your Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) math and verbal scores. These results should be submitted directly from your ACT or SAT or be photocopied onto your original transcript, as well as being entered on the application form.
All scholarship application materials must be received by the ASGA no later than March 1st.