In order to provide opportunities to highly qualified prospective and current international students, the university offers competitive scholarships and fellowship opportunities.
Departmental or private scholarship may be available. Unfortunately funding from federal or public sources is not applicable to non-resident international students. Check with you department or the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships to learn what funding options may be available.
Donaghey Scholars Program
The Donaghey Scholars Program is an undergraduate honors program at UA Little Rock, with a rigorous core curriculum and interdisciplinary expectations. Full funding is provided along with opportunities to study abroad.
Learn more at about the Donaghey Scholars Program.
Fully admitted graduate students may seek assistantship positions through their academic department or university office at UA Little Rock. Positions may include research opportunities, teaching positions or administrative duties. The value of a Graduate Assistantship is determined by the hiring department but usually includes an out-of-state tuition waiver, 9 credit hours of tuition payment per semester and a monthly stipend. Positions may be offered on a full-time basis (20 hours per week and full tuition) or half-time basis (10 hours per week and half tuition).
Students interested in graduate assistantship positions should contact their graduate program coordinator. Once a position is granted, students may use the job offer letter as part of their proof of funding required for the Form I-20. Graduate assistants will still be responsible for paying their fees, health insurance and living expenses.
Learn more through the Graduate School.