Fisheries and Wildlife Scholarships

In addition to scholarships available to the general student body, the following scholarships are earmarked for students in Tech's Fisheries and Wildlife Biology Program. Arkansas Tech Endowed Scholarships are applied for through the Office of Financial Aid. Other scholarships are advertised they become available within the program. Not all scholarships are available every year.

 

  • Junior or senior fisheries and wildlife student with an interest in fisheries management
  • $4,000 to $5,000/split between three or four students - should be present at the Governor's Cup Tournament to help with weigh-in
  • Freshman through senior fisheries and wildlife students with an interest in aquaculture
  • $1500/year split between one/two students - should be present at January meeting give presentation or report on work experience
  • Students majoring in Fisheries or related field
  • Preference to rising juniors, but sophomores and seniors can apply
  • 2.5 GPA minimum and preference for financial need
  • Two $2000 scholarships available
  • For more information see NAFF Scholarship
  • Junior or senior fisheries and wildlife student with an interest in quail and small game management
  • $1,500/year given to one student - must be present at annual banquet in February to accept award - preference for residence in or adjacent to Pope County
  • Sophomore to senior level fisheries and wildlife students interested in wildlife or fisheries conservation
  • $400/year - must be present at annual fall banquet to accept award
  • Senior fisheries and wildlife or parks and recreation students that can demonstrate scholarship and financial need
  • $1,500/year
  • Out-of-state fisheries and wildlife students that can demonstrate scholarship and financial need
  • $1,800/year
  • Fisheries and wildlife or parks and recreation students that can demonstrate scholarship and financial need
  • $350/year

AGFC - see www.agfc.com or ATU F&W Program Director for more information

  • High school seniors or full-time college undergraduates with GPA of at least 2.5, Arkansas residents only
  • $1000/year