Please Visit www.adhe.edu for more details and how to apply.
WORKFORCE IMPROVEMENT GRANT
The Workforce Improvement Grant is a need based grant for non-traditional students, those at least 24 years old. The program's goal is to help those students returning to school who have financial need but might not be eligible for assistance from traditional state and federal programs. To be eligible, a student must have unmet need after consideration of any Pell Grant awarded and must meet the general eligibility requirements for federal financial aid programs. The annual award is a maximum of $2000 for a student enrolled full time (12 semester hours). Students enrolled part time will have their grants prorated based on the number of hours enrolled. Because the grants are not renewable, students must apply each year.
Students apply for the Workforce Improvement Grant by completing the Free Application for Student Financial Aid (FAFSA), through the use of the on-line application.
Academic Challenge Scholarship
Due to additional funding made possible by the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery, the Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship has been expanded to provide opportunities for higher education to previously unserved Arkansans (traditional & non-traditional students). The applications for the Academic Challenge Scholarship will be available on January 1, 2010. The scholarship will be available to high school seniors and non-traditional students.
Academic Challenge Scholarship Overview (on-line application available January 1, 2010).
The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery Act (Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship)
Higher Education Opportunities Grant (GO! Opportunities Grant)
Provides $1000 grants to full-time and $500 grants to part-time students based on financial need. Students must be an Arkansas resident for at least 12 months prior to applying for the grant. Students also must meet the financial need criteria established for the GO! Grant and attend an approved Arkansas institution. Applicants complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and the GO! Opportunities Grant application.
Go! Opportunites Grant Overview
Go! Opportunities Grant Online Application
There are more ADHE grants listed on the website. Please Visit http://www.adhe.edu/ for more details and how to apply.