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Trojan SMART Instructions for Applying
This is the first page you are directed to once you click on "Apply Now" in the sidebar. Listed are open opportunities you may be considered for as long as you complete the application and match the scholarship criteria.
This is the first welcome page for Trojan SMART and includes instructions for logging into the system plus steps to take if you do not know your log-in information.
Enter your UA Little Rock student ID number (make sure ID# is entered with a capital T) for your username and enter your UA Little Rock student 6-digit PIN for your password.
Once you log in, the general scholarship application will open immediately. Questions with a red asterisks are required. You can either save your application to submit at a later time or submit when you are finished. You can also return and update your answers until the March 1st deadline.
Once you officially submit your general application, you are immediately matched to scholarships within Trojan SMART. Some of these require further information such as additional essay questions or reference letters. These scholarships are listed under "Other Recommended Opportunities." Please note: Not all students will see “Other Recommended Opportunities,” but will still be considered for scholarships not requiring additional documentation.
Each Recommended Opportunity that you qualify for is listed with a small description and can be applied for by clicking on "Apply" next to each listing.
Once you complete and submit your general application, along with any additional “Other Recommended Opportunity” applications, you have completed what you need to do until further notice.
If selected for a scholarship, an award notification will be sent to your UA Little Rock email address, so be sure to monitor your official UA Little Rock email account. This email will contain award information and a link that will take you to Trojan SMART where you will accept your scholarship.
You must be fully admitted to UA Little Rock to qualify for scholarship opportunities
For need-based scholarship consideration, you must have your current FAFSA completed for the award year in which you are applying, before the scholarship deadline.
Awards are competitive, and applicants are not guaranteed an award.
If you are a new, incoming freshman or transfer student, be sure to submit official transcripts and test scores (if required) to the Office of Admissions by the final deadline to make sure you receive full scholarship consideration.
Final deadline is March 1, 2019.
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