Scholarships and Financial Aid

Scholarships for students seeking rewarding careers involving food, family, or the environment are made possible by generous gifts from many firms and individuals. We greatly appreciate the support of our benefactors. The Bumpers College was able to award more than $800,000 to students last year.

The criteria for these scholarships include academics, financial need, interests, organizational involvement, etc. Because most Bumpers College scholarships are one-year awards, all current and prospective Bumpers College undergraduate students are encouraged to apply each year.  ALL applicants who are U.S. citizens are requested to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as early as possible each year.

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Announcements:

COVID-19 & Student Funding:

The University understands the challenges and disruptions COVID-19 has brought to our students. A emergency student fund has been created to assist students experiencing fincancial difficulties during this pandemic. Students must submit an application to HogSync to determine eligibility. If you have more questions about COVID-19 and financial aid, please visit the U of A Financial Aid Office COVID-19 FAQs page

The 2020-2021 Bumpers College Scholarship Application is currently closed.
The scholarship application process is open from January 1-February 15 every year. 

For more information, contact Heather Parks (479-575-2596), Project Specialist for Scholarships and External Relations


How to Apply:

The Bumpers College scholarship application will be open January 1 - February 15.

All Current, New Freshman, and New Transfers students are encouraged to apply. 

Student who are changing their major to a major within Bumpers College must do so by February 12 for the purpose of scholarships. This also includes incoming students.

Application Instructions  for Current U of A Students, New Freshmen and New Transfers:

  • Read the University of Arkansas Scholarship Application Instructions and complete the General Application before February 15, 11:59 p.m. CST
  • The Bumpers College application will only be recommended to you after you have submitted a complete General Application. You must complete the Bumpers College application by February 15, 11:59 p.m. CST.
  • ALL students completing The Bumpers College scholarship application are strongly encouraged to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as early as possible.

How to Accept:

  • We encourage all recipients to use their scholarship offer as confirmation for all appropriate notifications to local news media, educational entities and interested organizations.
  • By June 15, recipients of new scholarship awards must record their intent to accept or decline each scholarship offer by mailing or emailing a signed intent form or by completing the online intent form (requires login with UA credentials).
    • NOTE:  Current students with renewable Bumpers College scholarships for which this is not the first year of the award do not have to record their intent to continue the scholarship.
    • Student Ambassadors do not have to log in to record their intent to accept their Ambassador scholarship
  • A letter of appreciation (if required) written to the listed scholarship donor(s) must be submitted for approval by July 1 and a final signed copy submitted by August 1.  Please follow the guidelines provided for letters of appreciation included in your award offer.  Funds will only be released to student accounts after all required letters of appreciation are received and approved. 
  • Recipients of Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences departmental scholarships will receive a departmental participation form through their uark email.   This form must be completed and returned to the Bumpers College Scholarship Office.
  • All materials should be returned to:
    • Bumpers College Scholarship Office
      1 University of Arkansas
      AFLS E-202
      Fayetteville, AR  72701

All Bumpers College scholarship offers are made based on the information provided in the Bumpers College Scholarship Application.  To remain eligible for offered scholarships, please note:

  •  All scholarship offers are considered “pending” until your eligibility has been confirmed and may be amended or rescinded if your eligibility changes.  Verification of eligibility includes, but is not limited to, verification of a maintained cumulative grade point average and current-year FAFSA information.
  • Unless otherwise stated, scholarship funds will be applied directly to your student account, half per semester, pending confirmation of the stated criteria and provided you are enrolled in a Bumpers College degree program as a full-time undergraduate student with a minimum of 12 credit hours each semester.  Any exceptions to the number of hours required are noted in the scholarship criteria.
  • Bumpers College scholarships and associated departmental scholarships will be withdrawn if you change your major outside the Bumpers College, or if the information provided at the time of application has changed such that you are no longer eligible for a scholarship; or may be adjusted if you receive additional financial aid totaling more than the cost of attendance as defined by the Office of Financial Aid.
  • Departmental scholarships will be withdrawn if you change to a major outside the awarding department.
  • Your spring payment is contingent on your continued full-time enrollment in the same degree program.
  • If you will be graduating in December or do not need full-time hours to graduate in your final, graduating semester, please contact the Bumpers College Scholarship Office immediately.

Scholarships Available

   

Scholarship Name

Eligible applicants must be Bumpers College majors and meet the following criteria:

   

ACACIA Corporation

no additional criteria
   

Bob and Marilyn Bogle Endowed Access Arkansas

Arkansas resident whose estimated family contribution may not exceed $6,000 as verified by FAFSA report, with priority given to students with estimated family contributions of $4,310 or less. Upperclassmen applicants must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or higher.  This scholarship is renewable for four years of undergraduate study as long as student remains eligible.  Students may not have more than five D's throughout undergraduate studies.

   

W. Carroll Bumpers Memorial Access Arkansas

Arkansas resident whose estimated family contribution may not exceed $6,000 as verified by FAFSA report. Upperclassmen applicants must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or higher. This scholarship is renewable for four years of undergraduate study as long as student remains eligible.  Students may not have more than five D's throughout undergraduate studies.

   

Stanley and Charlene Reed Access Arkansas

Must be Arkansas resident whose estimated family contribution may not exceed $6,000 as verified by FAFSA report, with preference given to students from the Delta region and Eastern Arkansas. Upperclassmen applicants must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or higher. This scholarship is renewable for four years of undergraduate study as long as student remains eligible.  Students may not have more than five D's throughout undergraduate studies.

   

Howard and Inez Young Access Arkansas

Arkansas resident whose estimated family contribution may not exceed $6,000 as verified by FAFSA report. Upperclassmen applicants must have a cumulative grade point average of 2.25 or higher. This scholarship is renewable for four years of undergraduate study as long as student remains eligible.  Students may not have more than five D's throughout undergraduate studies.

   

Governor Homer H. Adkins

Arkansas resident

   

AFLS Division of Agriculture Land Grant

Incoming, new freshmen must have a high school grade point average of 3.50 and a minimum ACT of 24.  Transfer students must have completed at least 30 transferable hours with a minimum 3.00 cumulative grade point average.  This scholarship is renewable; recipients must successfully complete 30 credit hours annually and maintain a 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average.

   

Agriculture Beginning Scholars

Incoming freshmen

   

Robert and Marilyn Alexander Endowed

Financial need and demonstrated academic success.  This scholarship may be renewable with satisfactory progress toward degree completion.

   

T. C. and Ada Anderson

no additional criteria

   

Arkansas Agricultural Consultants Association

Arkansas resident with financial need.  Preference given to juniors and seniors majoring in Crop Science or Horticulture, Landscape and Turf Sciences.

   

Bald Knob Agricultural Science

Resident of Bald Knob, Arkansas or White County, Arkansas with financial need.

   

Boys 4-H House Alumni Association

financial need

   

Gordon R. Brown

Upperclassmen from Lonoke County, Arkansas

   

Bumpers College General

no additional criteria

   

Mr. & Mrs. Cy Carney

Arkansas resident or Bumpers College Student Ambassador

   

College of Agriculture

no additional criteria

   

Daughters of Demeter

Arkansas resident who is a senior with financial need and 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average

   

The Jim Davis Memorial

no additional criteria

   

DBCAFLS Alumni Society Rising Senior Award

Must have completed 90 credit hours by end of spring semester in which applying with 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average.  Preference given to demonstrated leadership and campus involvement.

   

Division of Agriculture

no additional criteria

   

Lester Elliott-Ozark Arts & Crafts

Preference given to current or former members of 4-H; first preference to 4-H record book winners

   

Luther W. & Edna L. Estelle

Arkansas resident or born in Arkansas; incoming freshmen should be in top 25% of their class. May be renewable if 2.50 or higher cumulative grade point average is maintained.

   

Joseph F. Fleming

no additional criteria

   

Gamma Sigma Delta

Current sophomore or junior

   

Gamma Sigma Delta - Lippert Ellis

Sophomore with the highest GPA at the end of preceding fall semester who enrolls as a junior in the following academic year.

   

Gamma Sigma Delta - John White

Junior who will be enrolling as a senior the following academic year. Selection based on need (50%), GPA (30%) & leadership & participation (20%).  Alternates between agricultural majors and human environmental sciences majors.

   

Albert & Mary Gartside

no additional criteria

   

J.R. and Phyllis Glasgow Endowed

no additional criteria

   

Ginger and Jack Graham Endowed

Must have completed four semesters.  Financial need.  Preference given to students whose education will be interrupted without financial support.

   

Marvin and Bessie Lawson Scholarship

Nontraditional student with financial need

   

Lucille & Delton V. Maloch

Preference given to children of Cooperative Extension personnel with financial need.  Two scholarships given: one agricultural major and one human environmental sciences major.

   

Olen and Mary McKnight Endowed

Preference given to graduates of Clinton High School, Clinton, Arkansas or residents of Van Buren County, Arkansas.

   

Jane M. Morelock Memorial

Preference given to members of the Junior Angus Association or involvement with 4-H beef projects.  Incoming freshmen must have 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average.  Current students must have 2.50 or higher cumulative grade point average.

   

Billie E. Parette Memorial

no additional criteria

   

B. C. Pickens Endowed

Preference given to students from Pickens, Arkansas with financial need

   

Joseph F.  Rumsey III

Preference given to dependents of Zero Mountain Employees. Financial need. Minimum 2.50 GPA.

   

Arkansas Farm Bureau Romeo E. Short Memorial

Must have less than $8,000 in confirmed financial support. Incoming freshmen must have 3.00 or higher high school grade point average and ACT score of 22 or higher.  Current students must have 3.00 or higher grade point average.  Scholarship is renewable if students successfully complete 30 credit hours each year and maintain 3.00 or high cumulative grade point average.

    I. Stanley Spencer Endowed Preference given to active or retired military personnel or their children. Graduate of a public high school or a Department of Defense Dependents’ Overseas School. Financial need. Preference shall be given to students who have expressed their intention to return to a family farm upon graduation.
    Spitze Public Policy Legislative Internship Award Interest in public policy having completed at least one course in political science, law, or public policy. Must be enrolled in a Bumpers College Internship course during the semester the internship is served. Requires separate application.
   

E.E. and Roxie Strang Memorial-Sebastian County Farm Bureau

Upperclassmen from Sebastian County, Arkansas whose parents are members of Sebastian County (Arkansas) Farm Bureau

   

Triangle Insurance Scholarship

Juniors or seniors with agricultural cooperative background with a 2.50 or higher cumulative grade point average

   

Greg Weidemann DBCAFLS Alumni Society Scholarship

Must have completed 90 credit hours by end of spring semester in which applying with 3.00 or higher grade point average.  Preference given to demonstrated college and extracurricular activities.

   

John W. White Award

Juniors

   

Charlie Wieland Memorial Scholarship

members of farm families with financial need

   

Thomas & Hazel Wright Endowed in Agriculture

Agriculture major with financial need and academic merit


Name of Scholarship

Eligible applicants must be Agricultural Business majors and meet the following criteria:

AEAB General

No additional criteria

Dabbs Scholars Alpha Gamma Rho

No additional criteria

Fred E. and Mabel Long Delzell Memorial Scholarship

No additional criteria

James T. Edmondson

Undergraduate junior or senior, or graduate student with education emphasis in marketing of agricultural products who has demonstrated leadership potential.

Virgil and Inez Fielder Endowed

Preference is given to incoming freshmen with other undergraduate levels also eligible.  High academic performance and financial need are considered.

Wamon A. Halbrook Endowed Memorial

Preference is given to Arkansas residents.  Demonstrated high academic ability.

Harold and Iva Hicks Endowed

Agricultural Business, Crop Science, Environmental Soil and Water Sciences, and Human Environmental Sciences majors are eligible for this scholarship

Hilliard and Eloise Jackson

One scholarship is awarded to both an Agricultural Business and a Human Environmental Science major each year. Preference is given first to applicants from Crawford or Franklin counties in Arkansas, and second to Arkansas residents

Henry J. Meenen Cooperative

Undergraduate senior or graduate student

The Robert E. Moery Scholarship

Preference is given to applicants from Eastern Arkansas counties with financial need who have a minimum 2.50 cumulative grade point average

J.I. Morgan Grain Merchandising

Undergraduate upperclassmen with demonstrated strong academic record

Martin & Carole Redfern Scholarship in Agribusiness No additional criteria

Leo J. Sellmeyer Agriculture

Financial need with preference given to applicants with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00

Robert G. F. Spitze Freshman Scholarship

Entering Freshman with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00 with evidence of a commitment to pursuing a public service career in some level of government work

Don White Scholarship in Grain Merchandising and Agri Marketing

Evidence of interest in agri marketing by participating in the grain merchandising and marketing program

John W. White Scholarship in Agricultural Economics

Undergraduate sophomore or junior with financial need

 

Scholarship Name

Eligible applicants must be Agricultural Education, Communication and Technology majors and meet the following criteria:

Agricultural & Extension Education Department Alumni

no additional criteria

Alpha Tau Alpha Scholarship

Financial need; must enroll in internship during award year

Nolan and Bobbi Arthur Memorial Award

3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average; Preference to students during their student teaching semester

John I. Coley Endowed

Upperclassmen with 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average who plan to become County Extension Agents; Financial need

   
   

Glenn W. Hardy Endowed

Financial need; Preference to students completing internships outside the Fayetteville, AR area

Patricia Ann Hardy Memorial

no additional criteria

John W. Odom White

Agricultural Education, Communication and Technology, Food Science, and Horticulture, Landscape and Turf Sciences majors with financial need


Other Scholarships and Financial Aid

 

Scholarship Name

Eligible applicants must be Animal Science majors and meet the following criteria:

Arkansas Meat Processors and Locker Association Heck Judging

Upperclassmen with 2.50 or higher cumulative grade point average

Animal Science General Scholarship

no additional criteria

Arkansas Cattleman’s Association Endowed

Preference to involvement in the Cattlemen’s Association, and to those involved in FFA or 4-H

Arkansas Farm Credit State Federation Endowed

no additional criteria

Beefmasters Endowment

no additional criteria

Brangus Endowed

Preference to students with interest in working in the beef cattle industry

C.J. Brown Endowment

Upperclassmen; Based on cumulative grade point average

Alton Campbell Memorial

Financial need; 2.50 or higher cumulative grade point average

William and Frances Dorough Scholarship in Animal Science

Preference to financial need

Robert Felsman

Primary interest in beef cattle and swine; 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average; Financial need

Dr. Richard and Ann Fulton Endowed

Upperclassmen; Preference to pre-veterinary students

Glass-Hostetter Equine Program Service

Upperclassmen enrolled in Equine Program; 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average; Preference to competency with horses-especially DEKEP horses, equine internships, farm experience.  Active participation in DEKEP program required.

Hudson Family Endowed

Preference to livestock judging team participants

Jasper Springs Stable Equine

Equine concentration

Florence E. King Scholarships in Equine Studies

U.S. citizen; Genuine interest in equine industry career; Renewable for up to four years of undergraduate study – recipients must successfully complete 30 credit hours per year and maintain 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average to remain eligible

Carl B. and Florence E. King Pre-Veterinarian Scholarship

Arkansas resident; must be single; Renewable for up to four years of undergraduate study – recipients must successfully complete 30 credit hours per year and maintain 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average to remain eligible

Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Lewis, Sr.

3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average; incoming freshmen must have 24 or higher composite ACT score

Danny Metz

Sophomore or junior with financial need; Leadership; strong academic background

Alvin L. Neumann Animal and Poultry

Upperclassmen; Financial need

Paul R. Noland Endowed

Arkansas resident; Junior or Senior; 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average; Financial need; Preference to interest in swine production

Jack Perkins

Preference to livestock judging team participants; cumulative grade point average requirements by academic class

PLR Farms/J.O. and Marie Parker Endowed

Preference to (in no specific order) Financial need; residents of Washington County, Arkansas; 4-H and/or FFA membership; involvement in Polled Hereford/Hereford industry

The Ned Purtle Endowed

Livestock judging team participant; Preference to transfer students

The Ned Ray Purtle Endowed Animal Science

Livestock judging team participant; Demonstrated leadership skills supporting beef industry; Preference to transfer students

Odie Talmadge Stallcup Endowed

Cumulative grade point average requirements by academic class; May be renewable

Dr. Calvin Willis Endowed Scholarship in Animal Science

2.75 or higher cumulative grade point average; Livestock judging team participant; Preference to Arkansas resident; Preference to leadership skills supporting ruminant industry

DEPARTMENTAL LEVEL UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS
5 scholarship renewal points must be earned during the fall semester for your Crop, Soil and Environmental Sciences scholarship to be disbursed in the spring semester.  The department offers multiple opportunities to earn scholarship points.

UNDERGRADUATE DEPARTMENTAL SCHOLARSHIPS: Eligible applicants must be Crop Science or Environmental, Soil and Water Sciences majors, students and meet the following criteria:
C. Roy Adair - Agronomy Senior (must have completed 90 hours); Upper fourth of class; Financial need
Robert W. Anderson Preference to freshmen with interest in plant protection, pest management, entomology or weed science
Dr. James L. Barrentine Endowed 2.50 or higher cumulative grade point average; Preference to (in order) freshmen or transfer students from Eastern Arkansas, freshmen or transfer students, upperclassmen
R.P. & Mildred E. Kline Bartholomew Memorial 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average; Financial need
Paul & Irma Boyer Financial need; Preference to interest in pest management; 2.50 grade point average required first semester to receive second semester funds.
Caviness Endowed Upperclassmen; 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average; Collegiate extracurricular activities; Preference to interest in plant breeding
Jacob Coleman Memorial Endowed 2.75 or higher cumulative grade point average; Preference to Arkansas residents
Sherman D. Cullum Sr. Upperclassmen; May be renewed
Eddie Davis Preference to upperclassmen
Delta Classic 2.75 or higher (3.00 or higher preferred) cumulative grade point average; Academic performance; Community involvement; Financial need
Arkansas Envirothon Scholarship In-coming freshmen on the winning state Envirothon team during senior year of high school; Recipient must complete 12 hours with 2.0+ GPA in fall to receive spring funds
Fontaine Richard Earle Endowed Upperclassmen; Preference to interest in existing species/environment/agricultural economy interaction
Harold & Iva Hicks Endowed May also consider Agricultural Business, Human Environmental Sciences and Entomology majors
Dale A. and Wilhelmina S. Hinkle Juniors or seniors with emphasis in environmental science
Clifford Bruce Jacobs Endowed Agricultural Graduates of DeWitt or Gillett high schools in Arkansas; 2.50 minimum grade point average; Renewable
Dr. and Mrs. J.O. Legg Character; Industriousness; Scholastic achievement
Sam Offutt Memorial Scholarship in Agronomy Upperclassmen must have 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average; Incoming freshmen must have high grade point average and minimum 24 ACT score
Wayne E. Sabbe-Arkansas Plant Food Association Endowed 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average; Preference to upperclassmen; Preference to Arkansas residents; Preference to financial need; Agricultural Business majors may also be considered
Tanner Thompson Shuck Memorial Endowed Scholarship Sophomore, junior or senior student majoring in ESWS in CSES; Preference to 1. Students who have graduated from Arkansas high schools, 2. Students with demonstrated financial need, 3. Students who excel in the classroom and have a minimum cumulative 2.5 GPA, and 4. Students who demonstrate community engagement and volunteerism; Renewable for students who meet the above criteria and remain in good academic standing.”
Charles A. Stutte Memorial no additional criteria
Lyell and Marcell J. Thompson Endowed Upperclassmen who contribute to diversity; Preference to 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average; Preference to Arkansas residents; May be renewable
Bobby R. Wells Memorial Upperclassmen; Academic merit
White River EPA no additional criteria
Harvey A. York and John O. York Plant Breeding Outstanding junior; Plant breeding concentration (not bio-tech)

 UNDERGRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS OUTSIDE UA

American Society of Agronomy Graduate and Undergraduate scholarships
Arkansas Agricultural Consultants Association  
Arkansas Association of Professional Soil Classifiers James L. Gray & E. Moye Rutledge Scholarship Be at least in their second year of study at an accredited college or university in Arkansas; Soil science (or related) major; 2.75 or higher cumulative grade point average; Contact Dr. Kristofor Brye
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Conservation Scholarship  
Arkansas Society of Professional Sanitarians  
Arkansas Environmental Federation  
Garden Club of America  
Mark and Theresa Gentry Land and Water Scholarship Undergraduate and graduate students of the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, who are studying land and water resources management, or related areas. Email for application. More information available.
Razorback Chapter Soil and Water Conservation Scholarship (NRCS) Email for information and application.

 GRADUATE LEVEL DEPARTMENTAL SCHOLARSHIPS 

Nancy and Neill Sloan Endowed Graduate Master-level graduate students; Entomology and Plant Pathology majors also considered
Spooner Scholar Award Two or more graduate semesters completed; Academic record; Leadership
Ron & Alice Talbert Endowed Weed Science Studying weed science; Innovative scientific initiative; Outstanding academic record
List Compiled as of 6/6/2019

Scholarship Name
Eligible applicants must be Food Science majors and meet the following criteria:
Jim "J. B." Brooks Memorial Preference to graduate students specializing in fruits and vegetables; Undergraduates also eligible; High academic performance; Financial need
Ron Buescher Endowed Preference to undergraduates involved in research activities
Food Science Alumni Preference to undergraduates involved in research activities
Food Science General no additional criteria
Gerber Endowed Scholarship in Pediatric Nutrition & Food Science

Preference to students studying in food related fields with an emphasis on pediatrics;  Food Science and Human Environmental Sciences majors

Dr. Navam Hettiarachchy Endowed 2.75 or higher cumulative grade point average; Preference to graduates of Arkansas high schools with demonstrated superior leadership skills in support of the food industry.
Michael Johnson Endowed Fund in Food Science Graduate student
Ozark Food Processors Association Ahmed and Anna Kattan One scholarship to each: Outstanding freshman, Outstanding sophomore, Outstanding junior
McKee Foods Corporation Endowed no additional criteria
Justin Morris Endowed Preference to undergraduates involved in research activities
Murphy Foundation Endowed Indicated career in culinary arts; 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average; Preference to NWACC culinary graduate; Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovations majors also considered
Carolyn and Roy Sharp Financial need; Academic excellence
Joe & Gretchen Steele no additional criteria
John W. and Trannye Odom White Financial need. Graduate students may be considered.

Other Scholarships and Financial Aid
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Available Scholarships

For more information, contact Heather Parks, Project Director for Scholarships, Development and External Relations (479-575-2596)

Scholarship Name

Eligible applicants must be Poultry Science majors and meet the following criteria:

Richard H. Forsythe

Must have declared Poultry Science major at least one semester prior to applying; strong academic background with strong work ethic and demonstrated leadership ability and professional potential in poultry industry.

Daryle & Peggy Greene

Minimum 2.75 cumulative GPA; incoming freshmen must have minimum high school gpa of 3.50 with a 24 or higher ACT score; incoming transfer students must have completed at least 12 college hours with a minimum 3.25 cumulative gpa.  Recipients must actively participate in at last half of all Poultry Science Club meetings/activities, and are expected to help at least 15 hours at one or more departmental events.

Dr. Grover C. Harris, Jr Endowed

Undergraduate students active in 4-H.

Oliver J. Hubbard Memorial Poultry Science

Financial need; academics within top 10% of declared Poultry Science majors; good work ethic and leadership ability

J.O. Kumpe, Sr.

Preference given to students with expressed interest in poultry product technology and further processing

Talmadge S. Nelson Endowed Scholarship

Junior or Senior standing with minimum 2.75 cumulative grade point average

Poultry Science Alumni Endowed

Sophomore or junior standing with minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.50; demonstrated involvement in campus and college groups

PSA '92

no additional criteria

Poultry Science Matching

no additional criteria

Satish Pradhan Memorial Outstanding Graduate Student Award

Graduate student

Henry B. Shreve Poultry Pioneer Endowed

Incoming freshman; acceptable ACT and cumulative GPA scores; financial need to be considered

J. Kirk Skeeles Memorial

Seniors; 3.50 cumulative grade point average, member of Pre-Vet Club in good standing

E. L. Stephenson Poultry

Must be Poultry Science major at least one semester prior to applying; Transfer students must have completed two semesters at UA; Strong academic background; strong work ethic

Randal Tyson Endowed

Must be Poultry Science major at least one semester prior to applying; Transfer students must have completed two semesters at UA; Strong academic background; strong work ethic

James Whitmore in Poultry Science

no additional criteria

Other Scholarships and Financial Aid

 

Scholarship Name

Eligible applicants must be majors within the School of Human Environmental Sciences (specific majors noted as applicable) and meet the following criteria:

Ethel Owen Adair Completed 3rd year of college; Upper class quartile; Financial need
Lucile Bates Cobb Beling no additional criteria
Flossie Boles Endowed Home Economics Preference to students from rural background and financial need; Additional preference to students involved with 4-H
Beatrice S. Bryson no additional criteria
Carnall Hall Alumni Hospitality Innovations majors; 2.50 or higher cumulative grade point average
Hazel Owen Dahms Juniors and Seniors majoring in Apparel Merchandising and Product Innovations
Jo P. and Bill T. Dalton Endowed Residents of Washington, Benton and Franklin counties in Arkansas
Virginia Ferguson Memorial Active member of Phi Upsilon Omicron
Food, Human Nutrition and Hospitality Hospitality Innovations majors
Gerber Endowed Scholarship in Pediatric Nutrition & Food Science

Preference to students studying in food related fields with an emphasis on pediatrics;  Food Science and Human Environmental Sciences majors

Irma Fitch Giffels Scholastic talent; Financial need
Rebecca Sholley Gifford Memorial Juniors and Seniors active in Phi Upsilon Omicron;
Bobbye Jo Shepherd Halbrook Memorial Completed at least two years of college credits; Human Development and Family Sciences majors with Child Development concentration
Harold and Iva Hicks Endowed Agricultural Business, Crop Science, and Human Environmental Sciences majors
Hilliard and Eloise Jackson Arkansas residents; Agricultural Business or Human Environmental Sciences majors; First preference to residents from Crawford or Franklin counties in Arkansas
Juanise Scoggin Johnson Memorial no additional criteria
J.L. and Virginia P. Lancaster Endowed Preference to upperclassmen; Preference to financial need
Inez Meadors McNeal Juniors or Seniors; Human Development and Family Sciences majors with Child Development pr Birth through Kindergarten concentrations
Xzin McNeal Endowed 2.50 or higher cumulative grade point average
Murphy Foundation Endowed Indicated career in culinary arts; 3.00 or higher cumulative grade point average; Preference to NWACC culinary graduate; Food Science majors also considered
Lorena Petermann Neumann Home Economics Upperclassmen; Scholastic merit; Financial need
Eula M. Noyce Endowed Juniors or Seniors; Human Development and Family Sciences majors
Emily-Jane Parette Memorial Human Nutrition and Hospitality Innovations majors; Financial need; Preference to students who contribution to the diversity of the student body
Inez Sitton Endowed no additional criteria 
Hazel Taylor Spitze Freshman Scholarship Human Development and Family Sciences majors; Incoming freshmen with a 3.00 or higher grade point average
Anna Pearl Rose and Martin Stevens Stauber, Sr. Endowed Non-traditional students
Manila and Alfred Taylor Entering freshmen or undergraduates returning after two years of interruption to studies; Interest in public service career; 3.00 or higher grade point average
John W. White Scholarship in Home Economics Sophomore or Junior; Financial need
Other Scholarships and Financial Aid