The ASPIRE/SSS Program was designed to increase the retention and graduation rates of low-income, first generation college students and students with disabilities. One of the ways we work towards achieving these goals is to provide freshman and sophomore participants (fewer than 60 credits) an opportunity to compete for additional financial assistance.
The Student Support Services Grant Aid Award is awarded to selected active freshman and sophomore (fewer than 60 credits) program participants at the University of Montevallo. Funding for this award is possible through a small grant from the U.S. Department of Education and is intended to:
On the condition that sufficient funds are available, applicants who satisfy all scholarship requirements will receive a Grant Aid Award. Award amounts will be determined by the ASPIRE program director and Student Financial Services and based on the applicant’s financial need. The funds are distributed in April of each year, upon verification of completed requirements.
Please speak with one of the ASPIRE staff advisers for more information about the SSS Grant Aid Award.
2012-13 Grant Aid Award Recipients
|Taylor Chandler||Catherine Ngigi|
|Kailey Goodwin||Gabrielle Pringle|
|Jacob Guyton||Charlette Simmons|
|Bria Hines||Mauresha Waller|
|Paul Hunter||Britney Williams|
|Elizabeth Jennings||Stephan Young|