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Pathways for the Future Scholarship (Degree Seeking Students)

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The Pathways for the Future Scholarship is a career development program created to provide learners with the knowledge necessary for life and work in the 21st century. As a Pathways scholar, you can access tailored career resources, including dedicated career advisors, events, leadership, mentoring opportunities, self-paced career courses, and more. This personalized support for scholars' career readiness aims to ensure that they are prepared to take the next steps upon finishing their academic program and have the skills and toolset to continuously develop and adapt to have a meaningful career. In addition, residents of Maricopa County interested in furthering their education by seeking an undergraduate degree will receive financial assistance to complete their program as a State Farm Scholar. The eligible degrees are within the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering, the W.P. Carey School of Business, or The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.

Minimum GPA: 
Not applicable
FAFSA Required: 
Must Demonstrate Need: 
Enrollment status: 
Academic level: 
Incoming first-year student
Incoming transfer (undergraduate)
West Valley
Business, W. P. Carey School of
Engineering, Ira A. Fulton Schools of
Liberal Arts and Sciences, The College of
Additional criteria: 

Students must be a Maricopa County Resident interested in a program within the following schools/colleges:

W. P. Carey School of Business educates tomorrow's business leaders. The school takes an entrepreneurial approach to learning and conducts groundbreaking research to create positive change on a global scale. As a result, students are prepared for the career they want, whether that's the next step up the ladder or an entirely new path forward. Career options include Corporate Accounting, Financial Planning, Global Logistics, Health Care, Human Resources, Information Security, Law, Public Service & Public Policy, Retail Management, Sports Business, Tourism, and many more.

The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering offers degrees and certificate programs that combine to form a solid technical foundation with hands-on experience, personalized advising, and instruction from world-class faculty. As a result, top companies nationwide aggressively recruit our students. In addition, the Fulton Schools' on-line and in-person degree programs lead to career options in fields such as computer science, construction management, electrical engineering, engineering management, and information technology.

The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences transforms students into socially aware, critically thinking global citizens. As the university's academic heart, The College is redefining liberal arts and sciences education by uniting traditional disciplines in innovative schools and departments across the humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences. The College is home to more than 95 undergraduate degree programs that will prepare you to thrive.

Please note that students enrolling or currently enrolled in a degree program could have the potential to receive this scholarship if the student was not already selected to receive another PFF award or scholarship within the same academic cycle.

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Monday, April 15, 2024

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