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The Flinn Scholarship isn’t about what you get. It’s about who you become and the impact you make. With the world-class education made possible by the Flinn Scholarship, you can become an agent of discovery, creativity and leadership who will make a difference.
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. Each year, about 20 top Arizona high-school seniors are chosen to learn from amazing 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 journey to earning the prestigious Flinn Scholarship is well underway for Arizona high-school seniors. The application is open and the deadline to apply is Monday, Sept. 27 at 5 p.m.
Each year, about 20 excelling Arizona high-school seniors are selected for the prestigious merit-based award. The Flinn Scholarship—valued at more than $120,000—covers tuition, fees, housing, and meals at one of Arizona’s three public universities, plus study abroad. Prospective Flinn Scholars are evaluated on criteria such as grade-point average and class rank, but also on leadership and involvement, service to the community, ability to communicate, and personal characteristics. [Apply]
The Flinn Scholars Program has created a list of 10 tips for Arizona high-school seniors working on their Flinn Scholarship application. Be sure and personalize your application, meet the deadlines, proofread and edit the application, and don’t forget to make time for a break.
The tips also include reading through the FAQs page and other sections of the Flinn Scholars website, which includes a pre-recorded information session. The Class of 2022 Flinn Scholarship application is due at 5 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 27. [Read more]
The Flinn Scholars graduating from Arizona’s public universities this year are preparing to enter medical and graduate school, start businesses, join the workforce in areas such as medical technology, consulting, and renewable energy, and volunteer with the Peace Corps.
These 19 outgoing Scholars—who reflect on their time in the program in short videos—are joining the nearly 600-strong Flinn Scholar alumni community. Their wide range of majors include aerospace engineering, anthropology, business, chemical engineering, computer science, earth and space exploration, East Asian studies, mathematics, molecular and cellular biology, physics, political science, and sustainability. [Watch videos]
Nineteen of Arizona’s highest-achieving high-school seniors have been awarded the prestigious Flinn Scholarship and will receive a full ride at one of the state’s public universities.
The Flinn Scholars Class of 2021, many of whom turned down offers from elite out-of-state universities, will attend Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, and the University of Arizona beginning this fall. Now in its 36th year, the merit-based scholarship covers the full cost of tuition, mandatory fees, housing, meals, study abroad, and many other exclusive opportunities—a package valued at more than $120,000. [Read more]
The Flinn Scholars Program invites high-school students, parents, teachers, and counselors to an online information session to learn about the benefits of the Flinn Scholarship, one of the nation’s most prestigious merit-based scholarships, and strategies to assist in building the strongest application.
The recorded session, also available in Spanish, includes the deans of the honors colleges at Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, and the University of Arizona as well as current Flinn Scholars sharing their perspectives on the Flinn community. Potential applicants are encouraged to learn more about Benefits, Requirements, Study Abroad and Arizona’s Universities. In addition, application tips and FAQs are available on our website. [Info session]
A great Flinn Scholarship application has many components. But we only select students we believe we really know. Be yourself.
There are a number of specific ways throughout your student’s high-school years to help ensure a strong application and candidacy.
In addition to student-submitted materials, the application requires two teacher recommendations and a high-school academic counselor’s report.
For nearly a decade, I worked in university recruitment, and now direct one of the most prestigious and competitive merit scholarships in the nation. This is some of what I tell students beginning their final year of high school. By Anne LassenFlinn Foundation Today’s Arizona high-school seniors will be walking the halls of their new […]
1. Read and follow the application instructions. 2. Meet both deadlines. Your application is due on Monday, September 27. Teacher/counselor recommendations are due Monday, October 18. 3. Follow up with your recommenders. Make sure they received your recommendation request through SurveyMonkey Apply. If they haven’t, please contact us for help: FlinnScholars@flinn.org. 4. Personalize your application. Ensure it’s a reflection […]
The journey to earning the prestigious Flinn Scholarship is well underway for Arizona high-school seniors. The application for the Class of 2022 is now open. The deadline to apply is Sept. 27 at 5 p.m. The Flinn Scholarship—valued at more than $120,000—covers tuition, fees, housing, and meals at one of Arizona’s three public universities, plus […]
The Flinn Scholars Program will host a live, virtual information session starting at 6 p.m. Sept. 1 for potential applicants to learn about the most prestigious college scholarship available for Arizona high-school graduates. Registration is required for the information session, where students and their families will hear from current Flinn Scholars and university staff about […]