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Ateneo Alumni Scholars Association
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The Ateneo Alumni Scholars Association (AASA) evolved when the Scholars for Scholars Scholarship Fund (SSSF), under the umbrella of the Ateneo Scholarship Foundation, was established in August 1987 through the initiative of Fr. William H. Kreutz, S.J., who was then Director of the Office of Admission and Aid in the College Department of the Ateneo de Manila University.

Fr. Kreutz invited alumni scholars on one occasion to present to them a clear and concrete way of sharing the gift they once were blessed with. As the idea was to call on the generosity of alumni scholars who at that time were already well-placed in various private and government institutions, a scholarship fund was created — from alumni scholars for future scholars. Thus, it was named Scholars for Scholars Scholarship Fund.

In 2002, for better representation of the men and women behind the group, the name “SSSF” was formally changed to Ateneo Alumni Scholars Association (AASA). An alumnus/alumna scholar of the Ateneo de Manila University automatically becomes a member of the AASA even if his/her scholarship came from sources other than the AASA.

Volunteer alumni scholars steer the group as members of the Executive Committee. The ExCom sets the goals and direction of the group at the start of the year. Meetings are held at least once a month to carry out these plans. The goal of the AASA is not just to raise funds for scholarships but also to provide occasions for the gathering of alumni scholars and present scholars, and to provide assistance, when appropriate, to any member of the association.

To know more about the AASA and its scholars, visit

Ateneo Alumni Scholars Association
Rm. 313 Bellarmine Hall,
Ateneo de Manila University
Loyola Heights, 1108 Quezon City
Tel No. : (632) 426-6001 loc. 5194 to 5197 and 5197 to 5199
Fax No. : (632) 426-4324
Mobile No. : 0917-5154784 and 0920-9422624
E-mail Address:

Downloadable Forms and Documents

AASA Pledge Form
  Last Modified on 2011.09.23

How to donate to the AASA via Philippine Jesuit Foundation and Philippine
  Development Foundation
  Last Modified on 2011.09.23

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