Arthur Goodman Strong Memorial Scholarship

Renewable award given to high school graduates or graduating high school seniors with physical disability or mental impairment


  • 6 month residency in Manchester prior to application deadline
  • Physical disability or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities as interpreted under the American Disabilities Act
  • High school diploma or GED of any year
  • Plans to begin or continue post-secondary education


  • Verification of high school diploma or GED
  • MSF Physician’s Statement
  • Transcripts of any post-secondary schools attended
  • Completed applications - Arthur Goodman Strong Application, Parts A and B


  • DEADLINE:  Friday, March 15, 2019


  • Part A - 


  • Part B -  (Microsoft Word)
  • Part B - (PDF)

Part B must be postmarked by Friday, March 15, 2019.

Part B asks you to provide family financial information that a professional college financial aid consultant will analyze. Specific financial information such as income is not provided to the Scholarship Selection Committee; only the outcome of the evaluation that indicates the level of financial need is forwarded to the Scholarship Selection Committee.

Part B must be accompanied by copies of ALL pages of you and your parents' signed 2017 IRS federal income tax returns, W-2 Statements, and a completed copy of the 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). A copy of your Federal Student Aid Report that confirms that you completed the FAFSA may be submitted in lieu of a copy of the FAFSA. If your parents are separated, both parents must submit Part B and individual 2017 IRS federal income tax returns.

Part B information is required to help determine financial need and to protect our tax-exempt status.