ASU Three Rivers Institutional Scholarships

Institutional Scholarship Application 2023-2024
Institutional Scholarship Application 2024-2025

  • Honors College Scholarship ($4000 per year)

  • Eagle Academic Scholarship ($3000 per year)

  • Talon Academic Scholarship ($2500 per year)

  • Quill Academic Scholarship ($1500 per year)

  • GED Scholarship ($200 per course)

  • GED+ Scholarship ($300 per course)

  • Foundation Scholarship ($1000 per semester; must reapply)

  • Public Safety Scholarship ($800 per semester)

  • Nursing Excellence Scholarship ($200 per course)

  • DEAL/Concurrent Education Scholarship ($200 per course)

  • DEAL Summer Scholarship ($200 per course)

  • Career Center State Completer Scholarship ($200 per course)

  • Career Center SkillsUSA Scholarship ($400 per course)

  • Arkansas SkillsUSA State Officer Scholarship ($400 per course)

  • Dr. Barry Ballard Memorial Scholarship (Amount varies; one available/year)

  • Jessie Mae Ashford Endowment Scholarship (Amount varies; one available/year)

Student Government Association (SGA) Scholarships: The SGA sponsors an academic scholarship. Click here for the SGA Scholarship Application. Contact Von Michael (Email  Von Michael ) for more information.

The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship: 
The ASUTR Chancellor or designee is authorized to award this scholarship to the MLK Essay contest winner who is an incoming traditional or nontraditional student that embraces the ideals and teachings of the late Martin Luther King Jr. It pays tuition, up to 15 credit hours per semester, for the fall and spring semesters. One scholarship will be awarded per year. Student must be enrolled in 12 credit hours, in a degree or certificate program, eligible for Pell, and have a 2.75 GPA. Contact Vergina Smith (Email Vergina Smith) for more information.

Privately Funded Scholarships

Arkansas Governor's Commission on People with Disabilities Scholarship: This scholarship is a one-time award for Arkansans with disabilities who are seeking higher education and/or vocational training. The Arkansas Governor’s Commission on People with Disabilities Scholarship application link and instructions are available here. 

Single Parent Scholarship: Scholarships are available to single parents who have custody of a minor child. Application for this scholarship must be made prior to each semester. Follow this link to apply.

Single Parent Scholarship/CADC: Scholarships are available to single parents who have custody of a minor child/children. Application for this scholarship must be made prior to each semester. Interested applicants from Hot Spring County may contact the chairperson of the Single Parent Scholarship Fund at 501-337-8401. Also, visit their website for additional information.

Arkansas Rehabilitation Services: Students with disabilities may be eligible for tuition assistance from the Arkansas Rehabilitation Services. Students should contact their county disability counselor.

SOLAR ACTION ALLIANCE Solar Scholarship: The application deadline is July 1, with the winner of the $1,000.00 scholarship to be notified on August 1. Click here for more information.

Veterans Administration: Students may be eligible for educational assistance while pursuing approved training if they participated in the either the Post-Vietnam Era Educational Assistance Program (VEAP) or the Montgomery GI Bill® (Chapter 30) while on active duty. Dependents of eligible veterans may also qualify for benefits. For more information, contact your VA Counselor by phone at (888) 442-4551 or visit the website..

The Post-9/11 GI Bill® Website now offers a step-by-step guide for application and an estimator to determine benefit amount if eligible. GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website.

National Guard Tuition Assistance: Tuition Assistance is available to members of the National Guard. Please contact the educational counselor at your unit. 

Education Training for Foster Youth: Sponsored through the Arkansas Department of Human Services, this scholarship allows former foster youth between the ages of 18 and 21 to obtain assistance of up to $5000 per academic year for educational expenses. Information and applications are at this Website.