The International Scholarship Award waives the out-of-state portion of tuition up to 18 credit hours for undergraduate students and up to 9 credit hours for graduate students per semester.
Eligibility Requirements – effective fall 2016
- Newly entering International student (continuing students are not eligible)
- Submitted an admissions application for the fall semester into a degree seeking program (certificate programs are not eligible). Must be fully admitted into degree program by August 1st.
- Academic accomplishment will be considered
- Recommending UALR Faculty member must complete nomination form
- The priority deadline to apply is May 1st. The final deadline is June 1st. All requirements must be completed and submitted by June 1st.
- Awarded students must enroll full-time for the fall 2016 semester, defined as 9 semester credit hours for graduate students and 15 semester credit hours for undergraduates. Enrollment in required hours is confirmed at the end of late registration
- Students must be enrolled in courses required for their degree program
No scholarship awards are available for students beginning in the spring or summer semester.
This award requires your full-time enrollment at UALR for each semester covered by the scholarship. Undergraduate students must enroll in and complete 15 hours in both fall and spring semesters, maintain a 2.00 cumulative GPA, and earn satisfactory academic progress at the end of each spring semester. Graduate students must be admitted to an eligible program, enroll in and complete 9 hours in both fall and spring semesters, maintain a 3.00 cumulative GPA, and successfully complete 75% of attempted hours.
Students must be seeking first undergraduate or graduate degree (Law school students are not eligible) and must satisfy UALR’s English Language Proficiency expectations if first language is not English.
The International Award may be renewed for a maximum of 4 years (eight semesters) or until degree completion.
Information for UALR faculty
Funding for this scholarship program is limited and the application process is competitive. In the event that applications exceed available funding, award decisions will be made based on faculty recommendation letter. The recommendation letter should give a perspective on the student’s strengths, abilities, and accomplishments. In addition, in order to fairly allocate all academic programs’ equal share in scholarship funding, the number of awards for each program may be capped.
The following nomination form must be completed by a UALR faculty member.