1. In order to be eligible for consideration the applicant must be in addiction recovery for longer than six months; and be currently enrolled in, or have applied and been accepted to begin in the upcoming semester – at one of the following:
    • GED Classes
    • Vocational Programs/Training
    • 2-year Community College
    • 4-year College/University
  2. If you are enrolled/enrolling in a traditional academic program, the following deadlines apply: Fall semester applications are due by July 1 and Spring semester applications are due by November 1. If you are applying for a vocational/technical program that has a non-traditional schedule, your application would be due two-months prior to its start date.
  3. In addition to filling out the application in its entirety, please upload the following documents:
    • If currently enrolled in school, a current copy of your transcripts and upcoming semester class schedule. Applicants will only be eligible with a 3.0 GPA or higher. If not currently enrolled, a copy of your acceptance letter for the upcoming semester.
    • Two signed recommendation letters – one, either academic or professional; and the second, a personal reference from someone familiar with your recovery.
    • A copy of your driver’s license or state identification.
  4. Only completed applications submitted by the deadline will be considered.
  5. Unless otherwise stated, scholarships are not automatically renewable – but you may apply for multiple semesters.

Scholarship decisions will be made based on a rubric including but not limited to the following: GPA, essay quality, and ability to contribute financially. The Ammon Foundation is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination based on race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin/ancestry, gender identity/expression, disability, veteran status, genetic information, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, pregnancy and/or recovery pathway. We understand that those who have suffered with addiction are a marginalized and disenfranchised population and we intend to serve everyone. All people deserve access to education.

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