Scholarships for undergraduate and graduate students in the College of Education and Health Professions are made possible by generous gifts from our College’s donors. The criteria for each scholarship is guided by the wishes of the donor, and may include academic merit, financial need, department or major, interests, organizational involvement, and classification. Because most COEHP scholarships are one-year awards, all current and prospective students are encouraged to apply each year.
The 2015-2016 Scholarship application period is now closed.
After Feb. 15, applications will be read by faculty members, and committees will meet to make their selections. Recipients will be notified by email in April.
Awards are contingent on continued full-time enrollment in the same degree program, and compliance with other requirements that will be detailed on this page before notifications are sent.
For more information on COEHP scholarships, please contact Lori Foster by email: email@example.com.
For scholarship recipients:
If you received notification that you have been offered a scholarship, please note the following mandatory stipulations:
Come to a photo shoot April 29, 2015 anytime between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the Graduate Education building foyer. Bring this completed bio form
with you on that date.
Submit a typed and signed
thank you letter (use this template
) by June 12, 2015. We will forward it to the sponsor of your award. Bring it to the photo shoot, or attach it to an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or hand-deliver/mail it to Erin Brown, 218 Graduate Education Building, Fayetteville, AR 72701.
Attend a luncheon hosted by the Dean’s office on Friday, Sept. 4, 2015 at 11:30 a.m., where you will be recognized as a 2015/2016 scholarship recipient and have an opportunity to meet the benefactors of your scholarship. An invitation will be sent closer to the event.
The optional news release form
may be submitted to Lori Foster email@example.com
by June 12, 2015, if you wish for the college to recognize your scholarship award by sending an announcement to your hometown newspaper.
Your award is contingent on continued full-time enrollment in the same degree program. For scholarship eligibility purposes, full-time enrollment is defined as 12 hours min. for undergraduate students and 6 hours min. for graduate students. If you will be graduating in December or do not need full time hours to graduate in the spring semester, please notify Lori Foster.