AXA understands how challenging the road to college can be. We developed AXA Achievement to help make college possible by providing access and advice.
Access to scholarships
Since it launched in 2003, AXA Achievement has awarded over $25 million in scholarships to more than 6,000 students, making AXA one of the nation’s largest corporate providers of scholarships. Our winners - known as AXA Achievers - have all accomplished something exceptional outside the classroom. Visit our AXA Achievementsm pages to learn more.
Advice on planning for college
AXA Achievement is a resource for advice that can help parents and student take the next step toward college.
Sending a child to college is one of the biggest financial challenges a family faces and can be overwhelming. Whether your child is almost ready for college, or college is many years off, making the right decisions now is crucial. AXA's Education funding section is a great source of useful information on planning for and financing college.
College – it’s all about future possibilities and unlocking your potential. You are tomorrow’s leaders and we want you to succeed. Here are some of the best resources for information on choosing a college, the application process, financial aid and many other issues.
- Finaid.org: a comprehensive resource on student financial aid. An excellent place to begin.
- Federal Student Aid – nearly 70% of student financial aid comes from the Federal government. Learn more about this important source of assistance.
- National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators – Get information from the professionals. NASFAA works to promote maximum funding and effective delivery of financial assistance to students in postsecondary education.
- Scholarship America – One of the nation’s largest nonprofit private sector scholarship and educational support organizations. The AXA Foundation’s partner in AXA Achievement.
"AXA Achievementsm" is a service mark of the AXA Foundation. The "AXA Achievementsm Scholarship" program is not associated with the National Merit Scholarship Corporation’s "Achievement Scholarship®" program.