University Honors Difference

Additional Information

All scholarship applicants must be admitted to the University with a Federal Financial Aid Application (FAFSA) on file before a scholarship will be authorized. All additional information requested by the Financial Aid Office must be submitted by December 1 in order to meet the aid application requirements for second semester renewal. Main campus scholarship awards will only pay for main campus coursework and must be used the fall semester following high school graduation. Students may receive only one Tech-funded academic scholarship in any semester. Academic scholarship recipients will have the opportunity to participate in early Honors registration. Scholarship recipients must live in a residence hall or receive an exemption to the residency requirements from the Residential Life Office in accordance with established University policy. Recipients are responsible for making on-campus housing arrangements. Students who live in Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas are considered in-state for tuition purposes. 

Scholarships are awarded for consecutive fall and spring terms only and do not cover                  summer terms. Scholarship renewal requires that each student enroll in and complete a minimum of 15 hours each semester for all funded semesters. Scholarship awards are subject to Arkansas Department of Higher Education Scholarship Stacking Policy, Arkansas Act 1180 of 1999.

 


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