Scholarship Update: For 2019-2020, New incoming Freshman and Transfer students only need to complete the application for admission and send official transcripts and ACT or SAT scores to be considered for Freshman Academic scholarships (including Trojan Pathway and Concurrent Student Scholarships) and transfer scholarships through August 1, 2019.
Whether you’re new to the scholarship process or have a few semesters of experience, we’re here to help you understand the types of scholarships for which you can apply. There are hundreds of awards available, so it often pays (literally) to do your research. Here are a few resources to give you a better idea of what scholarships UA Little Rock offers, and outside scholarship resources too.
New Incoming Freshmen Scholarships
New Transfer Student Scholarships
Scholarships for All Students
Scholarship Listing by Area
If you have declared a major, it’s always good to check with your major department for any other opportunities they administer because not all awards are listed or available in Trojan SMART.
Browse by College to narrow your search:
Apply for admission
If you are just starting at UA Little Rock, make sure you have completed the online admissions application. If you are a continuing student, proceed to step two.
Current FAFSA on file
Complete a FAFSA for the academic year you are submitting a scholarship application for prior to the deadline (March 1st) for need-based scholarship consideration.
Trojan SMART Application
Apply for a variety of UA Little Rock scholarships in one spot by completing the online application and submitting all required documents.