Nearly 50 percent of the AAPI community enrolled in higher education attends community college. This video from Richard Lui explains why supporting these students matters.
For more data on AAPI students, click here.
APIASF makes a difference in communities by mobilizing resources to create opportunities for students to access, complete and succeed after post-secondary education.
Click here to learn how APIASF is making an impact in communities across the country and in the Pacific Islands.
In 2006, Boosaba Pananon from Silver Spring, Maryland was selected to be one of 200 students who received a scholarship from APIASF. Just like her fellow Scholars, Boosaba demonstrated in her application a desire to give back to her community and to make a difference for others.
Click here to read her story.
On June 25, 2013, the Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund (APIASF) will host its annual Higher Education Summit around the theme, Moving Forward: Engaging the Changing Face of America at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center in Washington, D.C. For more information, click here.
To read more about APIASF's 2012 scholarship recipients, please click here.