Monday, April 23rd, 2018

Criminal Justice & Law Enforcement Scholarships


8th North Judicial District Police Officer Annual Scholarship
Chancellor and Mrs. Chris Thomason offer financial support through the 8th North Judicial District Police Officer Scholarship to students at the University of Arkansas Hope • Texarkana.  This scholarship is payable in two consecutive semesters (fall-spring; $200 per semester) during the same academic year to certified law enforcement officers working and residing in Hempstead County or Nevada County. The expressed purpose of this scholarship is to pay tuition and fees related to enrollment at U of A Hope • Texarkana.

 

Express Employment Professionals Back The Blue Annual Scholarship
Express Employment Professionals offers financial support through the Express Employment Professionals – Back the Blue Annual Scholarship to an active law enforcement officer who is enrolled as a student at the University of Arkansas Hope • Texarkana.  Two scholarship are awarded annually; one for an active law enforcement officer in Hempstead County and one for Miller County.  This $500 scholarship is payable in two consecutive semesters ($250/fall – $250/spring) during the same academic year.  Continued eligibility is subject to academic performance and other scholarship criteria as follows:

  1. Student must be an active law enforcement officer
  2. Student must have/maintain a 2.75 cumulative GPA or higher

 

Harlequin Endowed Scholarship
Dave and Judy Phillips offer financial support through the Harlequin Endowed Scholarship to a student seeking a degree at the University of Arkansas Hope • Texarkana.  This is a fall-spring scholarship and is paid in two consecutive semesters during the same academic year.  The dollar amount and number of scholarships awarded are based on fund availability.  Continued eligibility is subject to academic performance and other scholarship criteria as follows:

  1. Student must have/maintain a 2.75 cumulative GPA or higher
  2. Student must be non-Pell eligible
  3. Preference given to student seeking Criminal Justice or Business degree
  4. Preference given to non-traditional student