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Student Stories

Armstrong students represent a range of nationalities, generations, and life experiences. How are they alike? They have amazing potential. They work hard to accomplish their goals. They love to learn. And with 85% of Armstrong students receiving financial aid, they depend on generosity to advance their studies. 

Federal and state financial aid can only go so far. Scholarships play an increasingly important role in student success. And when Armstrong students are able to succeed, we all benefit.

“Armstrong has amazing staff who are eager to assist and support their students, and that is why I am in the position I am today.”

– Arthur Jones, Nursing, Class of 2015, Recipient of the Savannah Chapter of Black Nurses Association Scholarship. Read Arthur's story.

Mariana Reyes

"Without this scholarship, I would have needed to stay close to home rather than coming to school."

– Erin Berube, Chemistry, Class of 2017, Recipient of a General Scholarship. Read about Erin's experience.

Helen Ajide

"My life after the speeches are said and the caps are thrown is overwhelming enough; financial burden was the last thing on my mind."

– Helen Ajide, Radiology, Class of 2013, Recipient of the Armstrong Commitment Fund. Read Helen's story.

Yair Muñoz

“The Goizueta Foundation Scholarship gave me a sense of hope. It has been a vital part to my life and, through it, I always see that it is possible to achieve my dreams.”

– Yair Muñoz, Pre/Med Biology, Class of 2015, Recipient of the Goizueta Foundation Scholarship. Read about Yair's scholarship success.