Arkansas High-Tech Scholarship Program
The Arkansas Hi-Tech Scholarship (HTS) program awards $250 per semester to Arkansas residents who are United States Citizens, Graduates from a high school in Arkansas and plan to enroll full time in an approved highly technical program at Arkansan public post-secondary schools. These candidates must show leadership capabilities, and meet certain academic criteria.
Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund
Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund provides supplemental financial assistance to those people who are single parents and living in Arkansas who wants to improve their knowledge and increase their income potential. This scholarship is at the national level by organizing affiliate Single Parent Scholarship Funds
Arkansas Health Education Grant Program
Scholarship for Arkansas residents who are graduate students enrolled full-time at participating accredited Health and Medical professional schools in Arkansas. Awards are for students pursuing studies in Chiropractic, Dentistry, Optometry, Osteopathic, Podiatric or Veterinary Medicine. Deadlines and award amounts may vary.
Trinity Foundation Scholarships
Trinity Foundation offers awards only for those who are graduating as High School Seniors from high schools in central Arkansas: LR Hall, LR Mills, LR Central, LR McClellan, LR Parkview, Benton High School, Bauxite High School, Pine Bluff High, Dollar way High, Watson Chapel High and White Hall High School or Children of Employees of the following businesses: McGeorge Contracting Co., Inc., Pine Bluff Sand & Gravel Company, Granite Mountain Quarries, Cranford Construction, River Mountain Quarries, Jeffrey Sand Company, Mobley Construction, Mobley Transport, Cornerstone Farm & Gin Company and Cornerstone Farms.
Music Departmental Scholarships
Scholarships for undergraduates or graduate students enrolled full-time at Harding University Department of Music. Students must demonstrate performance ability and professional promise.