Arkansas Scholarship 2022 UAPTC Offers $1000 to $ 4000 Apply Now

The University of Arkansas is helping students from all around the world in order to provide the proper financial funds so that they can continue their education at the university and this scholarship will be available only for the students who will follow the eligibility criteria mentioned at the official website of the university. You can check out the details related to the scholarship opportunities from the article provided below and we will also share with you all the specifications related to the scholarships so that you can apply for this scholarship of your choice without any problem or difficulty. 

Arkansas Scholarship 2022

The University of Arkansas provides a lot of different types of scholarship opportunities available for the transfer students or the students who are taking into account various courses available at this university and these scholarships are specially presented in order to help the students to take into account courses that they are not able to afford due to their financial background. There are different types of opportunities available by the university for the students who are coming from abroad or for the students who want to have a basic lifestyle so that they can finish their education at the university and then start their careers. 

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Important Dates Of Arkansas Scholarship

  • For Transfer Scholarships- 
    • Deadline for fall semester 1st April  
    • Deadline for the spring semester 15th October

List of Arkansas Scholarship

The following scholarships are available by the University of Arkansas:-

  • Chancellor’s Merit Scholarship
    • An annual award of $10,000 per year to National Merit, corporate, and University of Arkansas-sponsored National Merit scholars
    • Awarded to Merit finalists who name the University of Arkansas as 1st choice to the National Merit Corporation
    • Applicants should notify the Scholarship Office at scholars@uark.edu or 479-575-4464 of selection as a semifinalist or finalist
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year and a 3.00 GPA
  • Chancellor’s Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $8000 per year
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year and a 3.00 GPA
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
  • Chancellor’s Community Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $5000 per year
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year and a 3.00 GPA
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool who also have a demonstrable commitment to community service
  • Silas Hunt Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $5000 or $8000 per year
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year and a 3.00 GPA
    • Awarded to students from underrepresented communities who have demonstrated outstanding academic leadership qualities and potential. Members of underrepresented communities include but are not limited to: students from underrepresented ethnic or minority groups, students with interest in a field that does not typically attract members of their ethnicity or gender, students who reside in an underrepresented county in Arkansas, and first-generation college students.
  • Advance Arkansas Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $4000 per year
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year (27 hours during freshman year) and a 2.50 cumulative GPA
    • Awarded to top students in the applicant pool with financial need as represented on the Free Application  for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
    • Preference for first-generation college students
  • Honors College Academy Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $4000 per year
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year and a 3.00 GPA
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
    • Applicants do not need to be enrolled in the Honors College to be eligible
    • Award of an Honors College Academy scholarship does not constitute acceptance into the Honors College
  • Razorback Bridge Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $3500 per year
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year and a 3.00 GPA
    • Awarded to students from underrepresented communities who have demonstrated outstanding academic leadership qualities and potential. Members of underrepresented communities include but are not limited to: students from underrepresented ethnic or minority groups, students with interest in a field that does not typically attract members of their ethnicity or gender, students who reside in an underrepresented county in Arkansas, and first-generation college students. 
    • Students selected as Razorback Bridge Scholars will participate in a peer and faculty mentoring program. Razorback Bridge Scholars will also have opportunities for involvement in leadership activities on campus.
  • Leadership Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $2000 per year
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year and a 3.00 GPA
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
  • First-Year Advantage Scholarship
    • One-time award for the first year for students living in U of A housing up to $5,000
    • OR a one-time award for the first year for students living at home (within 60 miles of campus) for up to $3,000
    • Need will be considered but not required
  • Honors College Academy Connection Scholarship
    • One-time award up to $4000
    • Awarded to top students in the applicant pool with a minimum 27 ACT or comparable SAT and with financial need as represented on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
    • Applicants do not need to be enrolled in the Honors College to be eligible
  • Razorback Connection Scholarship
    • One-time award up to $3000
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
    • University Enrichment Scholarship
    • One-time award up to $2000
    • Awarded to students from underrepresented communities who have demonstrated outstanding academic leadership qualities and potential. Members of underrepresented communities include but are not limited to: students from underrepresented ethnic or minority groups, students with interest in a field that does not typically attract members of their ethnicity or gender, students who reside in an underrepresented county in Arkansas, and first-generation college students.
  • Jewel Minnis Scholarship
    • One-time award up to $2000
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
  • Freshman Success Scholarship
    • One-time award up to $2000
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
  • Freshman Academic Scholarship
    • One-time award up to $1000
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
  • New Arkansan Non-Resident Tuition Award Scholarship
    • An annual award of as much as $11,775 – $15,000 per year based on 30 hours of enrollment
    • Awarded automatically (scholarship application not required) to entering freshmen from Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas who have a 3.20 or higher cumulative high school GPA on a 4.0 scale (test score requirement waived for summer/fall 2021 applicants).
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 24 hours per year and a 2.75 GPA
    • In order to be competitive for additional merit-based academic scholarships, students should meet minimum eligibility requirements for the Non-Resident Tuition Award
  • Extended States New Arkansan NRTA
    • An annual award of as much as $8,400 – $13,500 per year based on 30 hours of enrollment
    • Awarded automatically (scholarship application not required) to entering freshmen from the rest of the country who have a 3.20 or higher cumulative high school GPA on a 4.0 scale (test score requirement waived for summer/fall 2021 applicants).
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 24 hours per year and a 2.75 GPA
  • Chancellor’s Merit Scholarship
    • An annual award of $10,000 per year to National Merit, corporate, and University of Arkansas-sponsored National Merit scholars
    • Awarded to Merit finalists who name the University of Arkansas as 1st choice to the National Merit Corporation
    • Applicants should notify the Scholarship Office at scholars@uark.edu or 479-575-4464 of selection as a semifinalist or finalist
    • Students awarded the Chancellor’s Merit Scholarship also receive a New Arkansan Non-Resident Tuition Award Scholarship
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year and a 3.00 GPA
  • Chancellor’s Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $8000 per year
    • Students awarded the Chancellor’s Scholarship also receive a New Arkansan Non-Resident Tuition Award Scholarship
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year and a 3.00 GPA
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
    • Chancellor’s Community Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $5000 per year
    • Students awarded the Chancellor’s Community Scholarship also receive a New Arkansan Non-Resident Tuition Award Scholarship
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year and a 3.00 GPA
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool who also have a demonstrable commitment to community service
  • Silas Hunt Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $5000 or $8000 per year
    • Students awarded the Silas Hunt Scholarship also receive a New Arkansan Non-Resident Tuition Award Scholarship
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year and a 3.00 GPA
    • Awarded to students from underrepresented communities who have demonstrated outstanding academic leadership qualities and potential. Members of underrepresented communities include but are not limited to: students from underrepresented ethnic or minority groups, students with interest in a field that does not typically attract members of their ethnicity or gender, and first-generation college students.
  • Leadership Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $2000 per year
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students)
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
    • First-Year Advantage Scholarship
    • One-time award for the first year for students living in U of A housing for up to $5,000
    • OR a one-time award for the first year for students living at home (within 60 miles of campus) for up to $3,000
    • Need will be considered but not required
  • Fostering Success Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $9000 per year
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 30 hours per year and a 3.00 GPA
    • Awarded to students who have been in foster care from Arkansas (in-home) for at least one full year, who have a need or who have been declared as independent through FAFSA, and who have demonstrated academic potential. Students selected as Fostering Success Scholars will also participate in a peer and faculty mentoring program. Fostering Success Scholars will have opportunities to get involved in engagement activities on campus and in the community. Students interested in applying for this award should call the Academic Scholarship Office at 479-575-4464. Each applicant will have an advisor assist them with the full application process, including an application for admission by January 15th (apply.uark.edu), completion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), and the University of Arkansas Scholarship application by February 1. Students are encouraged to complete the process (with their University of Arkansas advisor) by the early consideration deadline of Nov. 15th as they may also be eligible for additional awards.
  • Academic All-Star Transfer Student Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $10,000
    • Awarded to students named the “Academic All-Star” by their Arkansas two-year college
    • Renewable for up to five semesters with completion of 12 hours per semester and a 3.00 cumulative GPA
    • The scholarship application is not required for this award
  • Arkansas Transfer Achievement Scholarship
    • An annual award that matches tuition from the following UA System Two-Year Institutions: Batesville, Cossatot, Morrilton, Rich Mountain, Pulaski Tech, Hope-Texarkana, and Phillips
    • Awarded to eligible transfer students who are Arkansas residents and have earned an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, or Associate of Arts in Teaching degree from a participating UA System Two-Year Institution, and enroll in an on-campus degree program at the U of A (Fayetteville campus)
    • Renewable for up to 10 semesters with the maintenance of good academic standing (2.00 cumulative GPA after each semester)
    • The scholarship application is not required for this award
    • Eligibility Information for the Arkansas Transfer Achievement Scholarship
  • Chancellor’s Transfer Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $3000 per year
    • Renewable for one additional year with the completion of 24 hours and a 3.00 cumulative GPA
    • Awarded to top applicants from Arkansas two-year colleges
  • U of A Transfer Student Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $2000 per year
    • Renewable for one additional year with the completion of 24 hours and a 3.00 cumulative GPA
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
  • Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $2500 per year
    • Renewable for one additional year with the completion of 24 hours and a 3.00 cumulative GPA
    • Awarded to top applicants from two-year colleges who are members of Phi Theta Kappa
    • Provide documentation of membership to the Academic Scholarship Office
  • Advance Arkansas Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $4000 per year
    • Renewable for 2 years (3 years for programs requiring five years for completion) with 30 hours per year and a 2.50 cumulative GPA
    • Awarded to top students in the applicant pool with financial need as represented on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
    • Preference for first-generation college students
  • Transfer Student Advantage Scholarship
    • One-time award up to $3000
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
    • Need will be considered but not required
  • New Arkansan Non-Resident Tuition Award Scholarship
    • An annual award of as much as $13,175 – $14,825 per year based on 30 hours of enrollment
    • Awarded automatically (scholarship application not required) to transfer students from Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas who have a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale.
    • Transfer students with a 3.20 or higher cumulative GPA will receive a New Arkansan NRTA that pays 90% of the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition
    • Transfer students with a 3.0-3.19 cumulative GPA will receive a New Arkansan NRTA that pays 80% of the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 24 hours per year and a 2.75 GPA
    • In order to be competitive for additional merit-based academic scholarships, students should meet minimum eligibility requirements for the Non-Resident Tuition Award
  • Extended States New Arkansan NRTA
    • An annual award of as much as $8,225 – $13,175 per year based on 30 hours of enrollment
    • Awarded automatically (scholarship application not required) to transfer students from the rest of the country who have a 3.20 or higher cumulative GPA on a 4.0 scale.
    • Transfer students with a 3.50 or higher cumulative GPA will receive an Extended States New Arkansan NRTA that pays 80% of the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition
    • Transfer students with a 3.20-3.49 or higher cumulative GPA will receive an Extended States New Arkansan NRTA that pays 50% of the difference between in-state and out-of-state tuition
    • Renewable for 4 years (5 years for Architecture students) with 24 hours per year and a 2.75 GPA
  • U of A Transfer Student Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $2000 per year
    • Renewable for one additional year with the completion of 24 hours and a 3.00 cumulative GPA
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
  • Phi Theta Kappa Transfer Scholarship
    • Annual award up to $2500 per year
    • Renewable for one additional year with the completion of 24 hours and a 3.00 cumulative GPA
    • Awarded to top applicants from two-year colleges who are members of Phi Theta Kappa
    • Provide documentation of membership to the Academic Scholarship Office
  • Transfer Student Advantage Scholarship
    • One-time award up to $3000
    • Awarded to top candidates from the applicant pool
    • Need will be considered but not required

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Eligibility Criteria 

The applicant must follow the following eligibility criteria to apply for the scholarships:-

  • For Transfer Scholarships 
    • To be considered for the University of Arkansas Transfer Scholarships, entering transfer students must have completed or be in the process of completing at least 24 or more transferable hours of college-level work from a regionally accredited institution of higher education other than the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville. 
    • Applicants must have completed a minimum of 12 transferable hours at the time of application. In addition, scholarship recipients must be U.S. citizens, legal residents of the United States, or foreign nationals permitted to pursue a course of study in the United States. Current University of Arkansas students are not eligible for this award. Applicants or nominees can only be awarded one of the above scholarships and only to support their first undergraduate degree.

Documents Required

The applicant must have the following documents ready in order to apply for the Arkansas Scholarship:-

  • ACTIVITIES & AWARDS: Prepare a list of your most important activities and academic awards/honors.
  • ESSAY: Prepare your essay. The essay prompts below are design to allow you to share more about yourself. We want a glimpse of what matters to you. And remember, the application essay is an opportunity for you to move beyond test scores and grades. Avoid platitudes and checklists of accomplishments and activities. The more specific you can be about your personal experience, the better! Write a well-developed essay (maximum length of 600 words) responding to one of the following:
  • Historians have often maintained that it is important to have a gap of 50 years between their own time period and their subject matter. Identify an invention or idea that was develop more than 50 years ago that still has a major effect on the way we live today. Why did you choose this particular invention or idea?
  • Identify an artist or innovator in the world today who inspires you. Tell us why.
  • What is an essential philosophical, academic, or creative question you would like to address during your college (and possibly professional) career? Explain.
  • RECOMMENDATION: Contact a professor regarding writing a letter of recommendation on your behalf. Your recommender will receive an email to a personalized website where he/she can copy and paste the recommendation letter. The recommendation letter must submit by the deadline date.

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Arkansas Scholarship 2022 Application Procedure 

The applicant must follow the following application procedure to apply for the scholarships:-

  • You must first apply for admission. Students do not have to admit to begin scholarship applications.
  • Students should submit their admissions application by October 1 to be considered for the October 15 spring semester deadline, and by March 15 to be considered for the April 1 fall semester deadline.
  • Submit official copies of all college transcripts
  • Official transcripts should be mailed or sent via Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) to the Office of Admissions, 232 Silas Hunt Hall, 1 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701 by the deadline date.
  • About 48 hours after submitting your application for admission, you will be able to access your personalized scholarship application by logging into your New Student Center. You will copy and paste, or upload, your required supplemental materials into the application (list of accomplishments and honors, essay, and name of recommender). 
  • Prepare supplemental scholarship application materials in your word processing software.
  • Copy and paste or upload supplemental materials into the personalized scholarship application
  • Once you have completed the application and have proofread it multiple times, click the submit button. You will not be able to make changes once the form has submit. You will receive an email the following day confirming receipt of your application.
  • Continue to monitor your email for important updates from the Academic Scholarship Office
  • Please visit Additional Funding Opportunities for additional scholarship and financial aid opportunities on campus.

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