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ASUMH GENERAL SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

How to Apply

The scholarships listed below are awarded through the ASUMH General Scholarship Application and determined by the ASUMH Scholarship Committee and the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid.

Scholarships that consider Financial Need typically use the results of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid to assist in determining an applicants need. However, the information provided on the scholarship application and in the applicants scholarship essay also factor into a determination of need.

Award amounts listed are based upon what students have historically received and are subject to change depending upon the factors that affect the source of funding for the individual scholarship.

Link to ASUMH General Scholarship Application

 


 Arkansas State University - Mountain Home Service Team Scholarship

The ASUMH Service Team scholarship, established by the Staff Association in March 2004, will provide one scholarship per academic year to an ASUMH student.   The scholarship recipient will be selected by the ASUMH Service Team Scholarship Committee every spring for the following fall and spring semesters.  If the scholarship recipient fails to enroll during the fall/spring semester, withdraws from classes subsequent to the billing of the scholarship account, or fails to continuously meet the eligibility requirements, the scholarship will then be awarded to an eligible alternate recipient.  The scholarship will be divided between the fall and spring semesters.

Eligibility Criteria

Have a minimum of 12 completed credit hours at ASUMH

Have a minimum of a 2.5 Cumulative grade point average at ASUMH

Not be receiving the Federal Pell Grant

File the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) available online at https://fafsa.ed.gov/

Meet in-state tuition guidelines

Be seeking any degree or certificate from ASUMH

Not available for use with audited classes or non-credit classes 

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

The ASUMH Service Team Scholarship is for an annual amount of $500, with $250 being awarded each semester, contingent upon the availability of funds.

Renewal Criteria

To be disclosed at a later date

Bank of Salem Scholarship

This scholarship is funded by the Bank of Salem for Fulton County residents attending ASUMH.

Eligibility Criteria

Be seeking a Certificate or Associate Degree at ASUMH

Recent High School Graduate

Must be a resident of Fulton County

Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 on a 4.00 scale

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

Half awarded for fall and half for Spring

Scholarship amount varies depending on availability of funding.

Renewal Criteria

To be disclosed at a later date

David & Ethel Powell Memorial Scholarship

The DAVID AND ETHEL POWELL MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP is made available through the DAVID AND ETHEL POWELL IRREVOCABLE MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP ENDOWMENT FUND. This scholarship is established to honor the unselfish efforts and sacrifice of David and Ethel Powell, both financially and physically, that made it possible for all of their children to attend and graduate from college.

Eligibility Criteria

Be a single parent with pre-school and/or school aged children residing with the scholarship applicant.

Be enrolled as a full-time (12 credit hours or more) student at ASUMH

Be a United States Citizen and a permanent legal resident of Baxter County

Never completed any advanced training beyond the high school

Financial Need must be demonstrated to receive this scholarship.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

Scholarship amount varies depending on availability of funding.

Renewal Criteria

To be disclosed at a later date

Denny Smith Scholarship

The Denny Smith Scholarship was established by First National Bank and Trust Company of Mountain Home in 2002 to honor the bank’s retired president and CEO, Denny Smith. Mr. Smith was a leader at First National for twenty-six (26) years of his fifty (50) year career in banking in Arkansas. A true friend of Arkansas State University Mountain Home, he was instrumental in the endowment of First National Hall. He has served as a member of the university’s Advisory Council for many years. First National is proud to honor him with this scholarship.

Eligibility Criteria

Be seeking a Certificate or Associate Degree at ASUMH

Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale on their most recent transcript (high school or college), or a 510 or higher G.E.D. score.

Be enrolled as a full-time (12 credit hours or more) student at ASUMH

Must be a resident of Baxter County.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

A $1,000.00 scholarship is awarded each academic year with half awarded for fall and half for Spring.

Renewal Criteria

The recipient must have a 3.00 GPA at the end of the fall semester to receive spring funds

Dora Fee Bruce Scholarship

Dora Fee Bruce was a great public school teacher who taught in small rural schools around Mountain Home and Little Rock for more than 40 years. Dora Fee Bruce was born in Peel (Marion County), Arkansas on property that is now under Bull Shoals Lake. During the dark days of the 1950s when Little Rock schools were closed due to segregationist rancor, she became a member of the Women's Emergency Committee to Open Our Schools. This scholarship was endowed in her memory upon her passing in 1998.

Eligibility Criteria

Be seeking a Certificate or Associate Degree at ASUMH

Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.00 on a 4.00 scale on their most recent transcript (high school or college).

Financial Need may be considered in awarding this scholarship.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

One scholarship is awarded each academic year for $2000.00 with half awarded for fall and half for Spring

Renewal Criteria

To be disclosed at a later date

Douglas Family Academic Scholarship

The “Douglas Family Scholarship” was established by Rhonald and Betty Morris in 2007. The Scholarship was named for Lee and Wilma Douglas, the parents of Betty Morris. Betty was Class Valedictorian in 1955 at Mountain Home High School. The Morris’s are the majority stockholder of Lyons Manufacturing, Inc. Mr. Morris is company president and Mrs. Morris is company secretary. They reside in Dallas, Texas.

Eligibility Criteria

Applicant must have attended high school in Baxter County for at least three years and graduated from that school

Be seeking a Certificate or Associate Degree at ASUMH.

Must be a full-time 15 credit hours each semester.

Must have academic plans to work toward a four-year degree.

Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale and a minimum ACT score of 19.

Significant financial need must be demonstrated to receive this scholarship.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

Two scholarships for $2,000.00 will be awarded each year in the amount of $1,000 per semester.

Renewal Criteria

The recipient must successfully complete fifteen (15) credit hours with a minimum of a 3.0 GPA the first semester to be awarded the second half of the scholarship.

Evelyn Hill Osborn Teacher Education Scholarship

This scholarship was made possible by a gift to the ASU Foundation from Kathy Brittain White in honor of her mother, Evelyn Hill Osborn, who devoted her life to education. This gift provides a yearly scholarship to an ASU Mountain Home Student who plans to major in education and become a teacher.

Eligibility Criteria

Must be seeking an Associate of Arts in Teaching from ASUMH and plan to continue on to obtain a four year degree in education.

Must have a high school diploma.

Applicant must be enrolled as a full-time student (12 hours or more per semester).

Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 on a 4.00 scale on their most recent transcript (high school or college).

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

Scholarship amount varies depending on availability of funding.

Renewal Criteria

The recipient must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.75 the first semester to be awarded the second half of the scholarship.

Martha A. Grant, CPA Scholarship

This scholarship is a donation from Martha A. Grant, CPA, who, while attending a community college, was a non-traditional student. She was a single parent with a small child, working full-time towards a goal of obtaining a Master of Science Degree. The Associates Degree was a very important stepping stone towards her goals. She set further goals and became a Certified Public Accountant.

Eligibility Criteria

Must be seeking an Associate of Science in Business from ASUMH and plan to continue on to obtain a four year degree in accounting.

Be enrolled as a full-time (12 credit hours or more) student at ASUMH

Must be a non-traditional student

Must be a single parent

Financial Need must be demonstrated to receive this scholarship.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

One scholarship is awarded each academic year for $1000.00.

Half awarded for fall and half for Spring.

Renewal Criteria

Spring funding is contingent on the recipient continuing to meet the criteria for the scholarship after the fall semester.

McMullin Outstanding Student Scholarship

This scholarship honors one student each year for outstanding academic achievement during the previous academic year.

Eligibility Criteria

Be seeking an Associate Degree at ASUMH.

Be enrolled as a full-time (12 credit hours or more) student at ASUMH

Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.75 on a 4.00 scale at ASUMH on all work completed through the end of spring prior to receiving the award during the following year.

Must have completed at least thirty (30) credit hours at ASUMH by the end of spring prior to receiving the award during the following year.

A letter of recommendation from a member of the ASUMH faculty or staff.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

Scholarship amount varies depending on availability of funding.

Renewal Criteria

The recipient must maintain a cumulative GPA of 3.75 the first semester to be awarded the second half of the scholarship.

Mildred S. Griffin Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is in memory of Mrs. Mildred S. Griffin, a retired school teacher who passed away on August 14, 2004. The scholarship was donated by Mrs. Mildred S. Griffin and is administered via the Mildred S. Griffin Trust.

Eligibility Criteria

Be seeking a Technical Certificate or an Associate Degree at ASUMH.

Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale on their most recent transcript (high school or college), or a 510 or higher G.E.D. score.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

Scholarship amount varies depending on availability of funding.

Renewal Criteria

To be disclosed at a later date

Newth Scholarship

This scholarship is a donation from Kenny and Laura Newth, local franchise owner/operators of McDonald's restaurants .

Eligibility Criteria

Be seeking a Certificate or Associate Degree at ASUMH.

Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.50 on a 4.00 scale on their most recent transcript (high school or college).

Enrolled in at least 9 credit hours each semester

Must be gainfully employed working no less than 20 hours per week. A letter from the applicant’s employer, verifying the hours per week the applicant works. Priority will be given to those applicants who meet the criteria and are currently employed by Twin Lake McDonald’s.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

One scholarship with a maximum amount of $500.00 will be awarded.

Half awarded for fall and half for Spring. In the event the scholarship is not paid for the Fall semester, this scholarship will be awarded in the full amount for the Spring semester.

Renewal Criteria

The recipient must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 the first semester to be awarded the second half of the scholarship.

Patrick Michael McKenna Memorial Scholarship

It is the intent of the Trustmakers that this grant be given to “get the student on their way” towards obtaining a college degree.

Eligibility Criteria

Be seeking a Technical Certificate or an Associate Degree at ASUMH.

Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.00 on a 4.00 scale on their most recent transcript (high school or college).

Must be enrolled as a full-time (12 credit hours or more) student at ASUMH

Must be making satisfactory progress towards graduation as determined by ASUMH.

Financial Need must be demonstrated to receive this scholarship.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

Scholarship funds may only be used to pay for tuition, fees and bookstore charges incurred through ASUMH cashier. The amount of this scholarship may be limited by the receipt of other scholarships that are also be designated to pay specifically for charges incurred through the ASUMH cashier.

One time only award limited to $1000.00 per recipient

Half awarded for fall and half for Spring

Renewal Criteria

The recipient must be making satisfactory progress towards graduation as determined by ASUMH.

Twin Lakes Human Resourse Association Education Scholarship

This scholarship is made possible by the Twin Lakes Human Resource Association (TLHRA). The TLHRA is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving HR professionals in the Twin Lakes area by providing ongoing educational and networking opportunities that educate, encourage, and motivate our membership.

Eligibility Criteria

Must be a degree seeking student in either the Associate of Applied Science in Management or the Associate of Science in Business at ASUMH.

Must be a resident of Baxter county or Marion county

Must be enrolled as a full-time (12 credit hours or more) student at ASUMH

Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.00 on a 4.00 scale on their most recent transcript (high school or college), or a 450 or higher G.E.D. score.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

Scholarship amount varies depending on availability of funding.

Renewal Criteria

To be disclosed at a later date

Wilma Greeley Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship is in memory of Mrs. Wilma Greeley, who was very active in the Twin Lakes Life Member Club of the Telephone Pioneers of America club and in the community, and who passed away in 2002. The scholarship is donated by Mrs. Greeley’s husband, Ray Greeley.

Eligibility Criteria

Must be enrolled as a full-time (12 credit hours or more) student at ASUMH

Financial Need must be demonstrated to receive this scholarship.

Must be a Female

Must be a non-traditional student.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline

Award

Two scholarships are awarded for up $3000.00 each academic year.

Half awarded for fall and half for Spring.

Renewal Criteria

To be disclosed at a later date

Joe Dan and Carol Tyler Nursing Scholarship

The donors created this scholarship because of the shortage of qualified nurses in this area, particularly the shortage of qualified nurses to serve the needs of the elderly.

Eligibility Criteria

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the July 1st Application Deadline.

Must be accepted into the Licensed Practical Nursing(LPN) program before the the July 1st Application Deadline.

Scholarship amount varies depending on availability of funding.

Priority if give to applicants interested in working with the elderly, especially alzheimers patients. This should be expressed in the applicant's scholarship essay.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the July 1st Application Deadline.

Award

Scholarship amount varies depending on availability of funding.

Renewal Criteria

To be disclosed at a later date

Roller Funeral Home Scholarship in Memory of Mildred Ware

Eligibility Criteria

Must be accepted into the Licensed Practical Nursing(LPN) or or AAS in Funeral Science program before the the July 1st Application Deadline.

Must be an Arkansas Resident

Priority will be given to students residing in Baxter, Marion, Fulton, Izard, and Stone counties.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the July 1st Application Deadline.

Award

Amount of award is $400.00 for part time and $850.00 for full time

Two scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $850 each for the academic year to students who are enrolled for twelve or more hours. The students will receive $425 each semester. One will go to an LPN major and one to a Funeral Science major. Two scholarships will be awarded in the amount of $400 for the academic year to students who are enrolled for six-eleven (6-11) hours. The students will receive $200 each semester. One of these will go to an LPN major (even though in the fall and spring they will be full time, during the summer they are part time) and one to a Funeral Science major. If there are no part time LPN/Funeral Science majors, it can be given to a full time student. Scholarship can all go to one major if no qualifying applicants apply.

Half awarded for fall and half for Spring

Renewal Criteria

The recipient must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.50 the first semester to be awarded the second half of the scholarship.

Twin Lakes Veterans Scholarship

This scholarship is a donation from Twin Lakes Veterans of Mountain Home, Arkansas.

Eligibility Criteria

Must be enrolled as a full-time (12 credit hours or more) student at ASUMH

Must have served on active duty in the U.S. Armed Forces since September 11, 2001 in Iraq or Afghanistan.

Must provide a copy of DD214 or other applicable evidence of military service.

Financial Need must be demonstrated to receive this scholarship.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the July 1st Application Deadline.

Award

Two (2) scholarships for $1000.00 awarded each academic year

Half awarded for fall and half for Spring

Renewal Criteria

To be disclosed at a later date

Ruth E. Hamilton Nursing Scholarship

The donors, the family of Ruth E. Hamilton, created this scholarship because Ms. Hamilton Considered nursing a privilege, an honor and as means to help people, to minister to those in need, and to perform God’s work. The family would like for the recipient to be aware that this scholarship is designed to help pass the torch to another generation of nurses who believe in loving and caring for those too ill to care for themselves.

Eligibility Criteria

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the November 15th Application Deadline.

The applicant must be an admitted to and in the second semester or later of the ASUMH Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program, with a Cumulative GPA of 3.00, who expresses an intent to further his/her education in a Registered Nursing (RN) program.

Must be an Arkansas Resident.

Must be a resident of Baxter, Marion, or Fulton county.

Financial Need must be demonstrated to receive this scholarship.

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the November 15th Application Deadline.

Award

Scholarship amount varies depending on availability of funding.

Renewal Criteria

South Shore Scholarship

This scholarship is endowed by the South Shore Foundation. South Shore Foundation is a nonprofit, charitable organization working to enhance the quality of life in the South Shore - Bull Shoals - Arkansas region. The Foundation values the natural environment as a basis for the South Shore way of life

Eligibility Criteria

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline.

Must be enrolled at ASUMH as a full-time student (12 credit hours or more) not including remedial coursework

Deadline

Submit the completed ASUMH General Scholarship Application and documentation by the April 1st Application Deadline.

Award

Scholarship amount varies depending on availability of funding.

Renewal Criteria

To be disclosed at a later date