The AFPSLAI Educational Grant Program caters to the educational needs of dependents of AFPSLAI Regular Members in need of financial assistance to pursue and complete tertiary education, giving priority to dependents of deceased AFPSLAI Regular Members.
Though the Program replaces the AFPSLAI Scholarship and Educational Assistance Program (SEAP), it will still provide its grantees the opportunity for education tuition through payment of tuition and miscellaneous fees, monthly stipend, books and board & lodging expenses.
Q: Are there only specific courses allowed to be taken by a grantee in order to be
part or maintain his/her grant with AFPSLAI?
A: EGP covers any baccalaureate courses, provided that said courses are accredited and offered by the schools/universities recognized by CHED.
Q: Can a grantee have another scholarship grant together with his/her AFPSLAI
A: While a grantee of AFPSLAI, he/she should not be a recipient of any grants from other institutions except if scholarship/discounts are provided by the school, usually as a result of meeting certain requirements/qualifications (e.g. Dean's lister, etc.).
Q: Do you accept documents that are NSO certified (e.g. Birth Certificate, etc.)?
A: Documents such as Birth Certificate must already be Philippine Statistics Agency (PSA) certified. NSO certified documents are not acceptable.
Q: Once an applicant has met all the requirements and has submitted all the
documents needed, is he/she already guaranteed of a slot in the program?
A: Submission of complete documentary requirements before the set deadline does not guarantee a slot in the program as all applications will be subject to assessment of the Academic Committee and slots will be filled up based on existing criteria as stipulated in the policy.
Q: My brother/sister was a grantee of AFPSLAI before. If I will apply for the
program, will I still be considered?
A: The program only allows one (1) grantee per sponsor/family, hence, you are no longer eligible/qualified for the program.
Q: Are grantees required to maintain a certain grade or grade point average?
A: Grantees are not required to maintain a certain grade or grade point average but are required to pass all their subjects. If a grantee fails in any of his/her subjects for the first time, he/she will be put on probation during the succeeding school term. Second time a grantee gets a failing grade, he/she shall be terminated from the program.