Today, there is a growing need for students pursuing baccalaureate degrees in science and mathematics. The School of Science and Mathematics is making a difference in meeting this need, through our ASSETS Scholars Program -and we are committed to our scholarship recipients.
The ASSETS program is funded through a grant from the National Science Foundation. ABAC is awarding up to 10 scholarships annually -up to $6,000- to promising science, technology, engineering, and math students.
Application Check List
Mail all materials to:
Current Student One Year Application Form
ASSETS Reference Form- Two references from ABAC employees. One must be from a science or math instructor.
The review process for new students will be based on the following criteria, in order of priority:
Extra consideration will be given to members of under-represented groups in science and mathematics as well as active involvement in activities in the STEM disciplines including extracurricular programs and student organizations.
The grant program requires that students demonstrate financial need, be U.S. citizens or resident aliens, and be enrolled as full-time students in a STEM major at ABAC. Financial need will be determined by the Financial Aid Office at ABAC.
Conditions of Scholarship:
If selected for the scholarship the applicant will participate in the following enrichment activities:
ASSETS scholars will be evaluated each semester and their scholarship can continue for two academic years. Continuation of the scholarship will be based on these criteria: