Scholarships

ASU Three Rivers Institutional Scholarships

Institutional Scholarship Application

 

Academic Scholarship – High School

Honors College Scholarship: 
ASUTR Honors College Scholarships are awarded to recent (within one year) high school graduates or transfer students who earn an ACT Composite score of 23 and are accepted into the Honors College (separate application process). ASUTR students admitted to Honors College by application any time after the first semester may also apply for this scholarship. The award will be disbursed for the fall and spring terms provided the student enroll in at least 27 hours per academic year. The scholarship pays mandatory tuition and fees up to 18 hours per term. Lab fees, inclusive access, and other special course fees are the student’s responsibility. The scholarship will not pay tuition and fees for repeated courses. This scholarship is awarded for the duration of four semesters (fall/spring only) or the completion of an associate degree, whichever comes first, provided the student maintain all scholarship requirements. Please contact the Honors College Director, Tricia Baar, for more information regarding the Honors College application process.
Scholarship Deadline to Apply: August 15

ASUTR Academic Scholarships are awarded to recent (within one year) high school students with a composite ACT score of 23. The award will be disbursed for the fall and spring terms provided the student enrolls in at least 27 hours per academic year. The scholarship pays 75% tuition 15 hours per term. The scholarship will not pay tuition for repeated courses. This scholarship is awarded for the duration of four semesters or the completion of an associate degree, whichever comes first, provided the student maintains all scholarship requirements.
Final Deadline: August 15

GED +Plus Scholarship – Graduating ASTR Adult Education Center Student
ASUTR GED +Plus Scholarships are awarded to recent (within one year) General Education Degree (GED) graduates, whose Composite GED score is a 600 or above and are first-time students. The scholarship will cover 75% tuition up to 15 hours and may be awarded up to 4 semesters. The scholarship will not pay tuition for repeated courses.
Fall Deadline: August 15    Spring Deadline: January 5

GED Scholarship – Graduating ASUTR Area Adult Education Center Student
ASUTR GED Scholarships are awarded to recent graduates (within one year) of the ASUTR Area Adult Education Center who are first-time students. The scholarship will cover 50% tuition up to 15 hours and may be awarded up to 2 semesters. The scholarship will not pay tuition for repeated courses.
Fall Deadline: August 15    Spring Deadline: January 5

Foundation Scholarship:
ASUTR Foundation Scholarships are awarded competitively to students who demonstrate financial need by completing a FAFSA. The scholarship is a onetime award of $1000, which students may reapply for each semester.
Fall Deadline: May 2    Spring Deadline: November 25

ASUTR Public Safety Scholarship:
ASUTR Public Safety Scholarship applicants must be a certified public safety officer (active or retired) i.e. Law Enforcement, Firefighter, EMT, all First Responders, and Arkansas Correctional Officers. The scholarship applies to all class types (in person, online, and hybrid) and covers 100% tuition up to 8 hours per semester. Applicants must provide a letter from supervisor verifying employment status. 

Student Government Association (SGA) Scholarships: The SGA sponsors an academic scholarship. Contact Dr. Kim Armstrong (karmstrong [at] asutr.edu) or Von Michael (vmichael [at] asutr.edu) for more information.

The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Scholarship: 
The President of the College is authorized to award a scholarship of tuition, up to 15 credit hours, to an incoming traditional or nontraditional student who embraces the ideals and teachings of the late Martin Luther King Jr. The scholarship is renewable up to two semesters, fall/spring only. No more than one scholarship will be awarded. Student must be PELL eligible and have a 2.75 GPA.

ASUTR DEAL/Concurrent Enrollment Scholarships are awarded to recent (within one year) high school students who received 12 or more concurrent enrollment credit hours through ASUTR and are first-time college students. The scholarship pays 50% tuition up to 15 hours per semester and may be awarded up to 4 semesters. Submit application to the Concurrent Enrollment Program Coordinator, Tara Bratton, at tbratton [at] asutr.edu

ASUTR DEAL Summer Tuition Waivers are awarded to current Dual Enrollment Accelerated Learning (DEAL) students. The award will be disbursed for the summer term provided the student enrolls in at least 3 semester hours. The scholarship pays 50% tuition only up to 12 hours. The scholarship will not pay tuition for repeated courses. The scholarship is not applicable for the Nursing program. This scholarship is awarded for the summer term only.
Deadline: Third Friday in May

ASUTR Career Center State Completer Scholarship: High School
ASUTR Career Center State Completer Scholarships are awarded to recent high school graduates (within one year), who received “State Completer” status by graduation as defined by the Arkansas Department of Career Education, and are first-time students. The scholarship will cover 50% tuition up to 15 hours and may be awarded up to 4 semesters. The scholarship will not pay tuition for repeated courses.
Scholarship Deadline to Apply: August 15

ASUTR Career Center Skills USA Scholarship: High School
ASUTR Career Center State Completer Scholarships are awarded to recent high school graduates (within one year), who received “State Completer” status by graduation as defined by the Arkansas Department of Career Education, and are first-time students. The scholarship will cover 100% tuition and may be awarded up to 4 semesters. The scholarship will not pay tuition for repeated courses. Applicants must submit a copy of State Completer certificate with application. Gold – up to 4 semesters, Silver – up to 2 semesters, Bronze – one semester
Scholarship Deadline to Apply: August 15

 

Privately Funded Scholarships

Arkansas Governor's Commission on People with Disabilities Scholarship: The Arkansas Governor’s Commission on People with Disabilities will award several student scholarships. Applications are graded by the Scholarship Committee on the basis of financial need, academic achievement, community involvement, goals and the specific challenges you face due to your disability. Applicants are recommended to the full Commission for approval. The scholarship recipients will be recognized at a reception in Little Rock in June 2010. Please include a typed short biography when submitting the Arkansas Governor's Commission on People with Disabilities Scholarship. Visit this page for application instructions.

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 https://www.aspsf.org/how-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 https://www.cadc.com/single-parent-scholarship.

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 www.gibill.va.gov.

The Post-9/11 GI Bill Website now offers a step-by-step guide on what to consider and how to apply, including an estimator to help eligible individuals determine how much money they are eligible for. The intent is to make this process as easy and straight forward as possible and to alleviate any confusion that claimants might have.

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 www.statevoucher.org.
 

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