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Arkansas State University Scholarships-www.astate.edu/scholarships

 

SCHOLARSHIPS

INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIPS

Institutional scholarships are a form of financial assistance that is offered by Arkansas State University.

ASTATE Scholar 

Competitively awarded institutional scholarship for Arkansas residents that have a minimum 32 ACT score and 3.5 GPA.

Learn more about the ASTATE Scholar Scholarship >>  
 

A-STATE EXCELLENCE

Institutional scholarship for Arkansas residents that have a minimum 30-31 ACT score and 3.50 GPA.

Learn more about the ASTATE Excellence Scholarship >>  
 

ASTATE Leadership

Institutional scholarship for Arkansas residents that have a minimum 28-29 ACT score and 3.5 GPA.

Learn more about the ASTATE Leadership Scholarship >>  
 

ASTATE Pride

Institutional scholarship for Arkansas residents that have a minimum 25-27 ACT score and 3.25 GPA.

Learn more about the ASTATE Pride Scholarship >>  
 

ASTATE Spirit

Institutional scholarship for Arkansas residents that have a minimum 24 ACT score and 3.25 GPA.

Learn more about the ASTATE Spirit Scholarship >>  
 

Beyond Boundaries

Institutional scholarship for US residents that have a minimum 24 ACT score and 3.25 GPA.

Learn more about the Beyond Boundaries Scholarship >>   
 

Arkansas Promise Scholarship™ 

Institutional scholarship for Arkansas residents that have a minimum 22 ACT score and 3.0 GPA.

Learn more about the Arkansas Promise Scholarship™ >>  
 

Out-of-State Scholarship

Institutional scholarship for incoming out-of-state freshmen or transfer students .

Learn more about the Out-of-State Scholarship >

 

 

Arkansas Tech University- https://www.atu.edu/scholarships/

 

Freshman Academic Scholarships

Click the scholarship name for more information.

Scholarship

Annual Award

Requirements

Deadline

University Honors Stipend (bundled with ACT award)

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University Honors Scholarship

Honors Expectations and Selection Process

Arkansas Tech University's Honors Program is designed to elevate the college learning experience. To maintain a sense of community and enhance personal learning skills, honors courses are conscientiously designed to be small in size and to promote interaction, not only with peers, but with professors as well.

Students admitted into the Honors program are not only educated for their university years, they are educated for life.

University Honors Program Qualifications

  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.50, and
  • Either top 10% of your graduating class or a minimum ACT Composite score of 27

More Information

$2,000 to $6,000

Graduating senior: 3.5 cumulative GPA and ACT score of 27-36 (New SAT score of 1280-1600) OR top 10% of graduating class.  Essay and interview required. Click for more information.

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Advanced Scholars Stipend

X

Advanced Scholars Stipend

Recognized by the State as a Governor's Scholar.

$2,000

Recognized by the State as a Governor’s Distinguished Scholar

Varies

Board of Trustees

X

Board of Trustees Scholarship

An award of $5000 per semester for up to eight semesters or until the completion of an undergraduate degree, whichever comes first.

Requirements

  • Graduating senior who has a minimum of a 30 ACT composite (or equivalent SAT) and 3.25 cumulative high school GPA.

Deadline

All freshman academic scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. The application for undergraduate admission serves as the scholarship application.  There is not a separate scholarship application to complete; however, an early admit status is required.  An early admission file includes an application for undergraduate admission, current high school transcript with class rank and qualifying GPA, qualifying ACT or SAT exam scores, and immunization records documenting two MMR vaccinations. 

The application for undergraduate admission and all supporting documentation must be on file before November 15, to receive priority scholarship consideration. Applicants who receive an early admission status after the November 15 priority deadline, and before the final scholarship deadline of February 15, will be considered for remaining awards.

$10,000

Graduating senior: Composite ACT score of 30 to 36 (New SAT score of 1390-1600) and 3.25 cumulative GPA

Priority:
Nov 15

Final:
Feb 15

Presidential

X

Presidential Scholarship

An award of $4500 per semester for up to eight semesters or until the completion of an undergraduate degree, whichever comes first.

Requirements

Graduating senior who has a 28-29 ACT composite (or equivalent SAT) and 3.25 cumulative high school GPA.

Deadline

All freshman academic scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. The application for undergraduate admission serves as the scholarship application.  There is not a separate scholarship application to complete; however, an early admit status is required.  An early admission file includes an application for undergraduate admission, current high school transcript with class rank and qualifying GPA, qualifying ACT or SAT exam scores, and immunization records documenting two MMR vaccinations. 

The application for undergraduate admission and all supporting documentation must be on file before November 15, to receive priority scholarship consideration. Applicants who receive an early admission status after the November 15 priority deadline, and before the final scholarship deadline of February 15, will be considered for remaining awards.

$9,000

Graduating senior: Composite ACT score of 28 or 29 (New SAT score of 1310-1380) and 3.25 cumulative GPA

Priority:
Nov 15

Final:
Feb 15

University

X

University Scholarship

An award of $4000 per semester for up to eight semesters or until the completion of an undergraduate degree, whichever comes first.

Requirements

Graduating senior who has a 26-27 ACT composite (or equivalent SAT) and 3.25 cumulative high school GPA.

Deadline

All freshman academic scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. The application for undergraduate admission serves as the scholarship application.  There is not a separate scholarship application to complete; however, an early admit status is required.  An early admission file includes an application for undergraduate admission, current high school transcript with class rank and qualifying GPA, qualifying ACT or SAT exam scores, and immunization records documenting two MMR vaccinations. 

The application for undergraduate admission and all supporting documentation must be on file before November 15, to receive priority scholarship consideration. Applicants who receive an early admission status after the November 15 priority deadline, and before the final scholarship deadline of February 15, will be considered for remaining awards.

$8,000

Graduating senior: Composite ACT score of 26 or 27 (New SAT score of 1240-1300) and 3.25 cumulative GPA

Priority:
Nov 15

Final:
Feb 15

Deans

X

Deans Scholarship

An award of $3000 per semester for up to eight semesters or until the completion of an undergraduate degree, whichever comes first.

Requirements

Graduating senior who has a 25 ACT composite (or equivalent SAT) and 3.25 cumulative high school GPA.

Deadline

All freshman academic scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. The application for undergraduate admission serves as the scholarship application.  There is not a separate scholarship application to complete; however, an early admit status is required.  An early admission file includes an application for undergraduate admission, current high school transcript with class rank and qualifying GPA, qualifying ACT or SAT exam scores, and immunization records documenting two MMR vaccinations. 

The application for undergraduate admission and all supporting documentation must be on file before November 15, to receive priority scholarship consideration. Applicants who receive an early admission status after the November 15 priority deadline, and before the final scholarship deadline of February 15, will be considered for remaining awards.

$6,000

Graduating senior: Composite ACT score of 25 (New SAT score of 1200-1230) and 3.25 cumulative GPA

Priority:
Nov 15

Final:
Feb 15

Academic Excellence

X

Academic Excellence Scholarship

An award of $2000 per semester for up to eight semesters or until the completion of an undergraduate degree, whichever comes first.

Requirements

Graduating senior who has a 24 ACT composite (or equivalent SAT) and 3.25 cumulative high school GPA.

Deadline

All freshman academic scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. The application for undergraduate admission serves as the scholarship application.  There is not a separate scholarship application to complete; however, an early admit status is required.  An early admission file includes an application for undergraduate admission, current high school transcript with class rank and qualifying GPA, qualifying ACT or SAT exam scores, and immunization records documenting two MMR vaccinations. 

The application for undergraduate admission and all supporting documentation must be on file before November 15, to receive priority scholarship consideration. Applicants who receive an early admission status after the November 15 priority deadline, and before the final scholarship deadline of February 15, will be considered for remaining awards.

$4,000

Graduating senior: Composite ACT score of 24 (New SAT score of 1160-1190) and 3.25 cumulative GPA

Priority:
Nov 15

Final:
Feb 15

Academic

X

Academic Scholarship

An award of $1000 per semester for up to eight semesters or until the completion of an undergraduate degree, whichever comes first.

Requirements

Graduating senior who has a 23 ACT composite (or equivalent SAT) and 3.25 cumulative high school GPA.

Deadline

All freshman academic scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. The application for undergraduate admission serves as the scholarship application.  There is not a separate scholarship application to complete; however, an early admit status is required.  An early admission file includes an application for undergraduate admission, current high school transcript with class rank and qualifying GPA, qualifying ACT or SAT exam scores, and immunization records documenting two MMR vaccinations. 

The application for undergraduate admission and all supporting documentation must be on file before November 15, to receive priority scholarship consideration. Applicants who receive an early admission status after the November 15 priority deadline, and before the final scholarship deadline of February 15, will be considered for remaining awards.

$2,000

Graduating senior: Composite ACT score of 23 (New SAT score of 1130-1150) and 3.25 cumulative GPA

Priority:
Nov 15

Final:
Feb 15

Incentive

X

Incentive Scholarship

An award of $500 per semester for up to eight semesters or until the completion of an undergraduate degree, whichever comes first.

Requirements

Graduating senior who has a 21-22 ACT composite (or equivalent SAT) and 3.25 cumulative high school GPA.

Deadline

All freshman academic scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis. The application for undergraduate admission serves as the scholarship application.  There is not a separate scholarship application to complete; however, an early admit status is required.  An early admission file includes an application for undergraduate admission, current high school transcript with class rank and qualifying GPA, qualifying ACT or SAT exam scores, and immunization records documenting two MMR vaccinations. 

The application for undergraduate admission and all supporting documentation must be on file before November 15, to receive priority scholarship consideration. Applicants who receive an early admission status after the November 15 priority deadline, and before the final scholarship deadline of February 15, will be considered for remaining awards.

$1,000

Graduating senior: Composite ACT score of 21 or 22 (New SAT score of 1060-1120) and 3.25 cumulative GPA

Priority:
Nov 15

Final:
Feb 15

           

Freshman Academic Scholarship Policies

Applying for scholarships

  • All freshmen academic scholarships are awarded on a competitive basis.
     
  • The application for undergraduate admission serves as the scholarship application. There is not a separate scholarship application to complete; however, an early admission status is required.  An early admission file includes an application for undergraduate admission, current high school transcript with a qualifying GPA and ACT/SAT exam score, and immunization records documenting two MMR vaccinations.  
     
  • Students may receive only one Tech-funded academic scholarship in any semester. Academic scholarship recipients will have the opportunity to participate in early May registration.
     
  • Scholarship recipients must live in a residence hall or receive an exemption to the residency requirements from the Residence Life Office in accordance with established university policy. Recipients are responsible for making on-campus housing arrangements.
     
  • During scholarship committee selection, ACT/SAT score, GPA, and rank in class will be taken directly from our student information system; therefore, it is imperative that documentation of current information is sent to the Admissions Office before the priority or final deadline. Students who receive scholarship awards are responsible for knowing the renewal requirements that are printed on their award notifications or are available online.
     
  • Applicants who live in Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas are considered in-state for tuition purposes. A limited number of out-of-state scholarship awards are made to applicants who live outside of Arkansas and its contiguous states.
     
  • Students who are recognized as Arkansas Governor's Distinguished Scholars are eligible to receive an Advanced Scholars Stipend. The Advanced Scholars Stipend is awarded in conjunction with a university funded academic scholarship. Students may not receive an Advanced Scholars Stipend and a University Honors Stipend. Students who fail to retain their university funded academic awards forfeit the Advanced Scholars Stipend. 

Requirements

  • Applicants must be graduating seniors and admitted as a first-time entering undergraduate on the main campus to be considered for an award.

 

 

 

HENDERSON STATE UNIVERSITY-

www.hsu.edu/FinancialAid/academic-scholarships.html

Academic scholarships

Henderson State University offers a wide variety of academic scholarships for incoming and transfer students. The application for undergraduate admission serves as the scholarship application. To be considered, students must be admitted to the university. This includes submitting an application for admission, official ACT/SAT scores, and an official transcript. Early application is recommended as scholarships are competitive.

To be considered for an academic scholarship,you must submit your entire application packet (application, scores, transcript) prior to June 1.

First Time Freshman Scholarship Guide

Transfer Scholarship Guide

Application for Admission/Scholarship

Distinguished Freshman Scholarship - $11,000 + $1,000 per year residence hall/campus housing credit

  • 3.5 or higher high school cumulative GPA
  • ACT 31-36
  • Students must live in campus housing.
  • To renew scholarship you must have completed 30 hours and maintained a cumulative 2.75 GPA at the end of each academic year

Presidential Scholarship
Tier 1: $9,500 + $500 per year residence hall/campus housing credit

  • 3.5 or higher high school cumulative GPA
  • ACT 28-30
  • Students must live in campus housing.
  • To renew scholarship you must have completed 30 hours and maintained a cumulative 2.75 GPA at the end of each academic year

Tier 2: $9,000 + $500 per year residence hall/campus housing credit

  • 3.25 to 3.49 high school cumulative GPA
  • ACT 28-36
  • Students must live in campus housing.
  • To renew scholarship you must have completed 30 hours and maintained a cumulative 2.75 GPA at the end of each academic year

University Centurium Scholarship
Tier 1: $7,000

  • 3.5 or higher high school cumulative GPA
  • ACT 25-27
  • To renew scholarship you must have completed 30 hours and maintained a cumulative 2.5 GPA at the end of each academic year

Tier 2: $6,500

  • 3.25 to 3.49 high school cumulative GPA
  • ACT 25-27
  • To renew scholarship you must have completed 30 hours and maintained a cumulative 2.5 GPA at the end of each academic year

Red and Gray Scholarship
Tier 1: $4,000

  • 3.25 or higher high school cumulative GPA
  • ACT 23-24
  • To renew scholarship you must have completed 30 hours and maintained a cumulative 2.0 GPA at the end of each academic year

Tier 2: $3,500

  • 3.0 to 3.24 high school cumulative GPA
  • ACT 23-36
  • To renew scholarship you must have completed 30 hours and maintained a cumulative 2.0 GPA at the end of each academic year

Reddie Achievement
$2,500

  • 2.5 high school cumulative GPA and ACT 20-22   OR
  • 2.50 to 2.99 high school cumulative GPA and ACT 20-36
  • To renew scholarship you must have completed 30 hours and maintained a cumulative 2.0 GPA at the end of each academic year

Transfer Scholarships

  • Available to qualified students transferring from community colleges and four-year institutions.
  • Students seeking fall term entry must be admitted prior to June 1st.
  • Students seeking spring term entry must be admitted prior to November 1st.

Tier 1: $4,500

  • 3.5 or higher GPA
  • 24 or more transferable hours
  • To renew scholarship you must have completed 30 hours and maintained a cumulative 2.5 GPA at the end of each academic year

Tier 2: $4,000

  • 3.0 to 3.49 GPA
  • 24 or more transferable hours
  • To renew scholarship you must have completed 30 hours and maintained a cumulative 2.5 GPA at the end of each academic year

 

HENDRIX COLLEGE

https://www.hendrix.edu/financialaid/scholarships/

 

 

Scholarships

Lowering your cost

You've worked hard. You're a great student. You've demonstrated leadership and service. You've excelled in fine arts performances. Now it's time for your hard work to pay off.

Scholarships can work for you to help lower the cost of your Hendrix education. Here are available scholarships, including some of the details. Scholarship questions? Contact your Hendrix admission counselor for answers.

Hendrix Achievement-Based Scholarship

Hendrix College Scholarship

Eligibility: Based on GPA, standardized test scores, leadership and extracurricular activities, recommendations 
Amount: $18,000 up to full tuition 
Notes: All accepted students automatically considered 
Application: The application for admission serves as the application for this scholarship

Hays Memorial Scholarship

Eligibility: 3.6 GPA, 32 ACT, 1410 SAT 
Amount: Tuition, double occupancy residence hall room, unlimited board plan (without Burrow Bucks), and mandatory fees 
Notes: Must apply for admission by our Early Action I date; must apply for the Hays Memorial Scholarship by February 1, The Hays Scholarship is renewable for up to three additional years if the student maintains a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and selects housing and meal plan options covered by the award 
Application: A separate application is required Click here to begin the application.

Hendrix Scholarship for Arkansas Governor's Distinguished Scholars (GDS)

Eligibility: Accepted freshmen applicants who receive the $10,000 Arkansas GDS 
Amount: The scholarship amount and number of scholarships are determined each February for new students enrolling during the following fall. 
Notes: See Arkansas Governor's Distinguished Scholarship below. The Hendrix Scholarship* is renewable for up to three additional years if the student maintains a cumulative GPA of 3.25 and selects housing and meal plan options covered by the award *Limited number of awards available 
Application: This scholarship is awarded to recipients of the GDS who know of their awards and deposit by May 1. Students awarded the GDS or who deposit after May 1 will be reviewed on an individual basis.

Scholarship for National Merit, Achievement, and Hispanic Finalists

Eligibility: Accepted applicants who are selected as National Merit, Achievement, or Hispanic Finalists 
Amount: $1,000 
Notes: Finalists must name Hendrix as their first college choice 
Application: The scholarship is automatic upon notification from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (National Merit and National Achievement) and the College Board (National Hispanic) if the student is accepted

IB Diploma Recognition Award

Eligibility: Accepted applicants who are IB Diploma candidates 
Amount: $1,000 
Notes: IB Diploma candidacy must be confirmed by student's high school if not listed on the transcript 
Application: The scholarship is automatic upon IB Diploma candidacy confirmation if the student is accepted

Robert & Ruby Priddy Scholarship

Eligibility: Middle-income families 
Amount: Varies 
Notes: All accepted students automatically considered 
Application: FAFSA must be completed

Hendrix Co-Curricular Scholarships

Hendrix Impact Scholarship

(formerly known as the Leadership Scholarship)

Eligibility: Demonstrated record of leadership, activities, and honors 
Amount: $2,000 per year 
Notes: Must apply by February 1 
Application: Click here to learn more about the scholarship and begin the application.

United Methodist Youth Fellowship Leadership Scholarship

Eligibility: Leadership in United Methodist youth ministries 
Amount: $2,000 per year 
Notes: Must apply by February 1 
Application: Click here to learn more about the scholarship and begin the application.

Interfaith Leadership Scholarship

Eligibility:  Open to students of all religious and nonreligious backgrounds, the Interfaith Leadership Scholars program prepares students to be leaders in a religiously complex world. Through a program of campus and community involvement, scholars develop the skills, knowledge, and attitudes needed to work across lines of religious difference for the benefit of the common good. Applicants must demonstrate an openness to collaborating with religiously diverse groups
Amount: $2,000 per year 
Notes: Must apply by February 1 
Application: Click here to learn more about the scholarship and begin the application.

Performing and Fine Arts Scholarship

 Eligibility: Based on talent in music, theatre, and art; open to non-majors 
Amount: $2,000 per year 
Notes: Must apply by February 1 and must audition by March 13     
Application: Click here to learn more about the scholarship and begin the application.

Arkansas Scholarships

Arkansas Governor's Distinguished Scholarship

Eligibility: 32 ACT, 1410 SAT, 3.5 GPA, or National Merit finalist or National Achievement Scholar 
Amount: The scholarship amount is determined each February for new students enrolling during the following fall. 
Notes: Arkansas residents only 
Application: Complete the Arkansas Department of Higher Education's Universal Scholarship Application by February 1

Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship

Eligibility: Academic achievement and test scores 
Amount: $1,000 freshman year $4,000 sophomore year $4,000 junior year $5,000 senior year 
Notes: Arkansas residents only. 
Application: Complete the Arkansas Department of Higher Education's Universal Scholarship Application by June 1

Minority Teachers Scholarships

Eligibility: Minority students working toward teacher certification 
Amount: Up to $5,000 per year 
Notes: Arkansas residents who are African-American, Asian-American, Native American, and Hispanic college juniors and seniors with 2.5 GPA or higher 
Application: Complete the Arkansas Department of Higher Education's Universal Scholarship Application by June 1


Hendrix College is a Collegiate Partner of Scholarship America and the Dollars for Scholars family of community scholarship foundations. Hendrix has agreed that Dollars for Scholars awards of up to $1,000 per student will not adversely affect scholarship funding provided by Hendrix.

Financial Aid and Scholarships Home

 

SAU Scholarships-

https://web.saumag.edu/admissions/apply/scholarships/

 

Academic scholarships are awarded based on grade-point average, class rank, and ACT or SAT score. Performance scholarships are available in art, band, choir, and theatre. Other scholarships are available in athletics and rodeo. If you are eligible for an academic or performance scholarship, any other financial aid you are awarded may be applied to other costs each semester, such as books and supplies (some restrictions apply). The priority deadline to apply for a scholarship is March 1, unless funds are depleted prior to this date.

Incoming FreshmanNon-Traditional and UpperclassmenTransfersInternational

Apply now or learn about specific scholarships below

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Scholarship

Eligibility

Award

Deadline

Presidential
8 semesters

Composite ACT score of 30 or above (or SAT equivalent) or has been named a National Merit or a National Achievement finalist or semi-finalist.

Based on other aid, $5,500/semester

Priority deadline is March 1

University
8 semesters

Composite ACT score of 27-29 (or SATequivalent).

Based on other aid, $4,500/semester

Priority deadline is March 1

Blue and Gold
8 semesters

Composite ACT score of 24-26 (or SATequivalent).

Based on other aid, $3,300/semester

Priority deadline is March 1

Valedictorian/ Salutatorian
8 semesters

Valedictorian or salutatorian of his/her graduating class, eligible to apply and composite ACT score of 19-23

Based on other aid, $3,300/semester

Priority deadline is March 1

Top 10% 
8 semesters

Top 10% of graduating class, eligible to apply and composite ACT score of 19-23

Based on other aid, $3,300/semester

Priority deadline is March 1

Leadership Incentive Award 
4 semesters

3.25 GPA, 20-23 Composite ACT, and recommended as a leader by a high school principal, counselor, teacher, etc. – limited number, competitive

Based on other aid, $3,300/semester

Priority deadline is March 1. Limited funding.

 Recipient is expected to attend Leadership

Academy in August prior to fall registration.

Two letters of recommendation required.

Please provide a list of entire high school

 involvement, awards, and community

service.

Achievement Award
8 semesters

Composite ACT score of 21-23

Based on other aid, $1,000/semester

Priority deadline is March 1

Art, Music, Theatre

Required cumulative grade point average in high school (2.50 for art and 2.00 for music and theatre), audition for faculty member in the area of the student’s talent, and full-time enrollment.

Variable – recipients may only receive one performance scholarship

Contact Information:
Art Department Chair, 870-235-5053
Band Director, 870-235-4244
Choir Director, 870-235-4246
Theatre Department Chair, 870-235-4257

Arkansas Academic Challenge
8 semesters

Criteria determined by ADHE. Call 1-800-54-STUDY or visit www.adhe.edu

Variable by year

Between January and June 1 of the year the

applicant graduates from high school

Retention criteria for all incoming freshman scholarships (excluding Arkansas Academic Challenge and Art, Music, and Theater Scholarships) include: 30 hours with a 3.0 GPA each year. Must enroll in a minimum of 15 hours in the fall and must complete a minimum of 12 hours by the end of the fall semester with a 2.5 GPA and complete 30 hours with a 3.0 GPA by the end of the spring semester for the first year. Complete 15 hours with a 3.0 cumulative each semester thereafter.

 

TAMU-T- http://tamut.edu/Admissions/Enrollment-Services/Scholarships/index.html

 

Scholarships

The Financial Aid Office offers a wide variety of academically competitive scholarships based on merit.  Our scholarships are designed to encourage, support, and reward outstanding students.  The Financial Aid Office is available to assist you with the application process, and you are encouraged to review this Website in its entirety to learn more about available scholarship opportunities.

Annual/Renewal Awards

Fall 2018 incoming students will be applied for all scholarships (This includes general academic year scholarships, as well as new student four-year scholarships) by completing our on-line University Admissions Application.  Students must be accepted in admissions by the scholarship priority deadline in order to be eligible.  The following four-year scholarships are available for new students:

  • Presidential
  • Transfer Honors
  • Eagle Elite

Continuing/Returning Students should complete the online General Academic Year Scholarship Application by the scholarship priority deadline each year to apply for all upcoming Fall/Spring Scholarships.  This is one application that applies you for ALL donor scholarships offered.  These funds are competitive and very limited, so if you miss the deadline date, the next opportunity will be a year later.  Scholarship funds are only offered if funding is available.

Students who have been awarded a multi-year renewable scholarship will be responsible for viewing their scholarship renewal criteria, and maintaining all requirements for automatic scholarship renewal each year.

 Semester Awards

Occasionally, the Financial Aid Office will offer a scholarship for one semester.  Please continue to check the Website according to the deadline dates below for the scholarship criteria and application.

Scholarship Deadline Dates:

December 1st - Fall deadline for scholarships

 

TEXARKANA COLLEGE- https://www.texarkanacollege.edu/financial-aid/scholarships/

 

 

 

UCA Entering Academic Scholarships-https://uca.edu/scholarships/

 

 

2018-2019
Policy
Eligibility Chart, Application Policy and Deadlines

Scholarship Exception Policy

Exception/Hold Form

 

 

 

 

 

U of A Hope/Texarkana Scholarships-www.uacch.edu › Admissions › Financial Aid › Scholarships

 

U of A Hope • Texarkana Institutional Scholarships

For GED Recipients attending U of A Hope • Texarkana

U of A Hope • Texarkana Foundation Scholarships

U of A Hope • Texarkana Health Professions Foundation Scholarships

Arkansas Single Parent Scholarships

Transfer Scholarships

“U Can @Hope/Texarkana” Scholarship ProgramFeb 15

University of Arkansas-Fayetteville

https://scholarships.uark.edu/

 

The primary role of the Academic Scholarship Office is to administer university-wide merit-based scholarships and serve as a central resource for prospective and current undergraduate students seeking scholarship funding. The office also serves as a clearinghouse for scholarships awarded by academic departments and outside agencies. Our goal is to support the university's mission of recruiting and retaining high-achieving students who enrich and diversify the academic environment of the University of Arkansas.

New Freshman Scholarships

NOVEMBER 1 - Priority Admissions Deadline: Complete an admissions application and request a scholarship application on the general admissions form, submit transcripts, and send test scores to the office of admissions by this date.

NOVEMBER 15 - Priority Scholarship Deadline: Submit a scholarship application by this date for priority consideration for academic scholarships.

FEBRUARY 1 - Final Scholarship Deadline: Submit all required materials by this date for scholarship consideration.

State and Federal Financial Aid for New and Current Students

Current and prospective University of Arkansas students interested in federal or state financial assistance should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon possible after January 1. The Title IV code for the University of Arkansas is 001108. For additional assistance with federal or state aid, please contact the Office of Financial Aid or the Arkansas Department of Higher Education.

 

 

 

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