The “How to Pay for College” booklet will inform you about the financial aid application process and financial aid programs available in Arkansas.
This information can help you achieve any level of education beyond high school including certificate programs, two and four-year degrees and graduate degrees. Follow this guide to make your college dreams become a reality.
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Check out our 2020-21 Scholarships page for various scholarships.
Check out any of the the other links on the Scholarships & Financial Aid Drop Down Menu (above).
Submit your fafsa.ed.gov application ASAP. The deadline in Arkansas to submit is June 1, 2021.
If you plan to attend college in Arkansas, have a min score of 19 on your ACT, submit your FAFSA application, then apply for the Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship @ scholarships.adhe.edu
After applying to a University or College, check out the schools financial aid/scholarship page. Schools offer multiple scholarships -- see if you qualify and keep an eye out for deadlines. Don't miss out!
As always, meet with your school counselor/advisor for direction and guidance.
The idea is to apply, apply, apply to as many scholarships as possible. College is expensive, like really expensive. But you can afford a quality education, regardless of who you are, where you're from, or what you have. (if you do your part and meet their requirements obviously). Good luck!
This spreadsheet can help you keep track of scholarship requirements, deadlines, and any offered awards. Be sure to make a copy of it and save to your own folder.