Information Session

The information session below is designed to help high-school students, parents, teachers, and counselors learn about the benefits of the 2024 Flinn Scholarship—one of the nation’s most prestigious merit-based scholarships.

Flinn Scholars Program staff present strategies to assist in building a strong application, followed by Flinn Scholars, who share insights about the Flinn Scholar experience and what high-achieving students can anticipate as Honors students at Arizona’s public universities.

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Information session Q&A


How to Apply for the Flinn Scholarship

The Class of 2025 Flinn Scholarship application will open Thursday, September 12. The deadline to apply is Monday, October 21 at 5 p.m. About 20 of Arizona’s highest-achieving students are selected each year, joining a community of more than 725 current Scholars and alumni. The Class of 2024 was announced by the Flinn Foundation in April.

Flinn Scholarship Benefits

The merit-based scholarship program covers the cost of tuition, fees, housing, and meals at Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University, and the University of Arizona. In addition, Flinn Scholars attend an international summer seminar after their freshman year and at least one additional study-abroad experience. The overall financial package is valued at more than $130,000.

Additional Resources

The benefits of the Flinn Scholarship go well beyond the financial package. 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. 

If you have any questions, please email [email protected] or call (602) 744-6802.

The Flinn Scholars Program is operated by the Flinn Foundation Scholarship Program LLC and supported by the Flinn Foundation, a private, nonprofit, grantmaking organization based in Phoenix that also aims to advance the state’s bioscience sector, boost the fiscal and creative capacity of the state’s arts and culture organizations, and develop civic leaders.