Scholarship Information

  1. Discover what scholarships may be available to you at
  2. The Sixt Scholarship $5,000 for a 2 or 4 year course at an accredited university:
  3. Hey Seniors! Check out this scholarship from Fresh n' Lean:

"This scholarship would be for high school seniors looking to be enrolled in college for Fall 2018. As part of the application process, we require that the student submit a short video or photo essay that shows how their personal eating habits have helped them achieve specific goals. More information on the video or photo essay, as well as submitting the scholarship application, can be found here:

The award amount for this scholarship is $1,500 and the application must be submitted by May 1st, 2018.

A few other specifics of the scholarship are as follows:

    • Must be a legal resident and currently living in the United States
    • Fresh n’ Lean staff’s members are not eligible to enter
    • Home-schooled students may apply (must be equivalent to high school senior)
    • Must submit a video or photos with a short essay"

4. The BYU Management Society essay contest:

5. Classical Learning Test Scholarship Page:

6. The Arkansas Association of Federal Coordinators (AAFC) is offering the AAFC Scholarship to high school seniors to supplement college costs beginning their freshman year. This scholarship award is $1,000 for the first academic year and will be awarded to full-time students who enroll in an Arkansas college or university, including junior colleges, community and vocational or technical colleges, and plan to major in education.

Basic eligibility requirements include:

1. Remain in school for eight (8) consecutive semesters or until graduation requirements have been met

2. Minimum grade point average of 3.0 or a 4.0 grading scale

3. Good citizenship record. No suspensions or expulsions

4. Membership in a service or academic organization (extracurricular activity may be substituted)

5. Letter of recommendation from principal, teacher, or counselor, and a non-family member. Three (3) letters of recommendation are required

6. Plan to work in the field of education

Click here for a copy of the AAFC Scholarship Award Application. Please encourage eligible students to apply for this scholarship. The completed application must be received by January 10, 2018. Counselors should advise students that it is important to complete and mail all items listed on the application "checklist." Failure to do so could result in the choice of another applicant. If additional application forms are needed, duplicates may be made.

A letter notifying the award recipient(s) and respective school(s) will be mailed in a timely fashion.

The application will also be available on the AAEA website at Click on "Constituent Groups" at the top, choose "AAFC" in the drop box, and then "AAFC Scholarship" in the next drop box marked "More in This Section."

Benton County Scholarships

  • Carroll Electric Cooperative Corporation


Deadline: February 16, 2018

Graduating senior, financial need, top 15% of class, participation in extra- curricular activities in school & community, preference given to applicants whose parents or legal guardians receive service from Carroll Electric Cooperative

  • Benton County Master Gardeners' Scholarship


Deadline: March 1, 2018

Graduating Senior pursuing a degree in plant science related field - horticulture, botany, agronomy, forestry, landscape architecture and turf management.

  • Benton County Conservation District- Dave Ferguson Scholarship

First Place: $1000, Second Place: $500

Deadline: February 23, 2018

The scholarship applicants must live in Benton County, have a GPA of at least 2.5, and intend to follow a conservation related major at an Arkansas college or university. With the entry they are required to include two letters of recommendation, a minimum 750-word essay and two photos in support of your essay.

  • R. Preston Woodruff Jr. Scholarship


Deadline: April 01, 2018

Resident of Arkansas and attending a post-secondary institution (2-4 year university, college, technical school in the state of Arkansas.

  • Northwest Arkansas BYU Management Society


Deadline: March 9, 2018

All applicants must be a high school senior graduating from school districts within Benton or Washington counties in Arkansas. Proof of admission to a university, and three letters of recommendation are required. Students must complete three questions provided on the application, and write two, one page essays using the prompts, “Why I need this scholarship?” and “Should healthcare be guaranteed to everyone regardless of their capacity to pay? Explain why or why not.”

Arkansas Scholarships

Arkansas Association of Federal Coordinators (AAFC) Scholarship


Deadline: February 2, 2018

The Arkansas Association of Federal Coordinators (AAFC) awards the AAFC Scholarship to high school seniors of AAFC members to supplement college costs beginning their freshman year. This scholarship award is $1,000 for the first Academic Year, and will be awarded to full-time students who enroll in an Arkansas College or University, including junior colleges, community and vocational or technical colleges, and plan to major in education.

ASPMA Scholarship

Up to $5000

Deadline: Not yet listed.

The Arkansas School Plant Management Association (ASPMA) seeks to promote the continuation of education by offering scholarships to students in search of a vocational, associate or bachelor’s degree. Any graduating high school senior is eligible to apply for a scholarship. Awarded scholarships are eligible for renewal if funds are available. The scholarship payment shall be made directly to the student to assist them with their educational expenses.

Arkansas Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages Scholarships


Deadline: Postmarked by March 31, 2018

Applicants must be a current or former ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages). High school senior in the state of Arkansas (foreign exchange students are ineligible). Commitment to pursue an educational program of studies after high school (You must receive a college/university acceptance letter no later than the first day of April). Financial need. Academic record (no minimum GPA).

Arkansas Public Health Association Scholarship


Deadline: March 16, 2018

Applicants must be a high school senior in the state of Arkansas with plans to enroll in a field of public health. Must have at least a 2.5 GPA and demonstrate financial need.

Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame


Deadline: January 31, 2018

Must be a graduating senior from an Arkansas high school (AAA member) for school year 2017-2018. Must be attending an Arkansas college or junior college (private or public) as a freshman the following fall 2018. Must submit an essay that states how participating in high school sports has made a positive impact on your life.

The American Legion- Coudret and Garner Trust Scholarship

$1000- Coudret Trust Scholarship/ $2500- Garner Trust Scholarship

Deadline: March 12, 2018

  1. Must be children, grandchildren, or great-grandchildren of American Legionnaires in good standing of two or more consecutive years of membership. Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom Era veterans are exempt from the two-year membership requirement. Children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren of deceased Legionnaires are also eligible.
  2. Applicant or eligible Legionnaire must be a resident of Arkansas.
  3. Must have received a high school diploma by the time this scholarship will be awarded
  4. The Scholarship Application (see attached) must be submitted by the student and endorsed by his or her parent or legal guardian.
  5. Applicants must provide: One character reference in business letter format from an official of the student’s school, one letter of endorsement from an American Legion officer (local preferred), and one from an unrelated person belonging to none of the above.
  6. A certified copy of the student’s transcript.
  7. A declaration of support for the Preamble to the Constitution of The American Legion, as printed on the application. A Drug-Free Pledge is required as printed on the application.
  8. One photograph (approximately 3x5) and written authorization to use it.
  9. On a separate sheet of paper, using an essay format, provide a brief autobiography, career goals, and why you are the most qualified to receive this scholarship.

Bill of Rights Institute’s “We the Students” Essay Contest is Accepting Applications to Award Up to $20,000 in Scholarships

Scholarship Essay Contest Ends February 5, 2018

Arlington, VA – The Bill of Rights Institute (BRI), a leading voice spreading our nation’s founding principles in academia and among students, continues to promote their “We the Students” essay contest to help aspiring college students better understand the freedom of speech. The essay contest was launched last fall and there have been many submissions from entrants from a wide range of backgrounds. The contest awards up to $20,000 in scholarships to fifteen winners and the deadline for entries is February 5, 2018.

This year’s essay prompt is: To what extent in the United States does the government – federal, state or local – have the duty to monitor internet content? The question challenges students to look beyond the text of the First Amendment to examine how it applies to some of the most pressing and controversial issues facing society today.

Dr. David Bobb, President of Bill of Rights Institute, said, “Young people have never known a time before the internet. It’s connecting young people to ideas, people and places in ways that previous generations could never have imagined. This essay contest is a great opportunity for students to reflect on today’s fast-paced and increasingly connected world with our constitutionally protected rights and freedoms.”

Dr. Bobb continued, “This contest is a way for young people to think about and apply these important founding principles to today’s society, while also getting a chance to win scholarship funding to continue their studies.”

The essay submissions must be between 500-800 words and expects to expand beyond the 27,000 students it engaged the previous year. Below is the scholarship breakdown for the essay contest winners:

  • 1st place - $5,000 and a scholarship to the Bill of Rights 2018 Constitutional Academy in Washington, D.C.
  • Runners Up – Six scholarships at $1,250 each
  • Honorable mentions – Eight scholarships at $500 each

Established in September 1999, the Bill of Rights Institute is a non-profit educational organization that works to engage, educate and empower individuals with a passion for the freedom and opportunity that exist in a free society. The Institute develops educational resources and programs for a network of more than 50,000 educators and 70,000 students nationwide.

  1. The UCA Windgate Scholarship is based on talent and financial need and can be worth up to $2,000 per semester in the freshman year, based on amount of financial need. The scholarship is renewable and can increase up to $1,000 each year so that in the senior year, up to $5,000 per semester may be awarded. One scholarship will be awarded to an incoming freshman for the 2018-2019 academic year.

To be eligible students must:

· Return the application form, with the requested materials, by the deadline. (See form)

· Plan to declare art as their major

· Attend UCA in the fall 2018 semester

If you have any questions about the form or the scholarship, feel free to contact me at(501) 450-3113 or by email at . The form is also available on the Art Department website at . Scroll down to “Windgate Application 2018."

Also, we are glad to provide campus tours through the art department facilities for student groups. This includes the Baum Gallery of Art, the Black Box Student Gallery, the Patrick Doughtery sculpture The Big Naturals (see it at ) as well as studio spaces for ceramics, sculpture, photography, graphic design, printmaking, and painting.

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