Providing world-class undergraduate education in partnership with Arizona’s public universities.
The Flinn Scholarship, valued at more than $120,000, covers tuition, fees, housing, and meals at one of Arizona’s public universities—plus study abroad.
Scholars learn from top faculty, business leaders, and civic innovators, and join a vibrant, eclectic community, including a powerful alumni network.
What’s the Flinn Scholar blueprint? There is none. Scholars emerge from throughout Arizona and become leaders in every discipline you can imagine.
The Flinn Scholars Program will host five information sessions in March and April, sharing the benefits of one of the nation’s most prestigious merit-based scholarships and strategies to assist in building the strongest application.
The sessions will be valuable for all high-school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. Among presenters: representatives from Arizona’s public universities, including honors-college and admissions staff; Flinn Scholars Program staff; and current Flinn Scholars. [Read more]
Flinn: What led you to apply for the Flinn Scholarship?
Alexa: I initially heard about the Flinn Scholarship when I was a freshman in high school from a current Flinn Scholar at the time, Nikil Selvam (Class of 2010). He explained to me what the Scholarship was and what it had to offer. I kept it in mind as I progressed through high school, and when the time came to apply, I knew I might as well go for it because it was an unbelievable opportunity. I certainly didn’t think I would get it when I applied, but I recognized how valuable the Scholarship would be, both from a monetary standpoint and the access to a community of Scholars that would support me during my time as an undergrad and beyond. [Read more]
The competition is more rigorous for the Flinn Scholarship than for even the most-selective colleges and universities. And there are ways to get ready well ahead of the application deadline.
Our reviewers examine applicants’ academic achievement, leadership and involvement, service to the community, ability to communicate, and personal qualities.
Each of these factors is an important part of the holistic picture that you present to us. [Read more]
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Alexa Nguyen is a Class of 2015 Flinn Scholar who graduated from Prescott High School. She is currently a senior at the University of Arizona. Flinn: What led you to apply for the Flinn Scholarship? Alexa: I initially heard about the Flinn Scholarship when I was a freshman in high school from a current Flinn […]
The Flinn Scholars Program will host five information sessions this spring across Arizona to share the benefits of one of the nation’s most prestigious merit-based scholarships and present strategies to assist in building the strongest application. Below are the dates and university locations for the remaining in-person information sessions as well as the date the […]
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