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In-State Scholarships for 2015-2016

Please review our FAQ section for details on the scholarships listed below.

Capstone Scholar

A first-time freshman student who meets the December 15 scholarship priority deadline, has a 27 ACT or 1210–1240 SAT score (critical reading and math scores only) and at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA will be selected as a Capstone Scholar and will receive $14,000 over four years ($3,500 per year).

Collegiate Scholar

A first-time freshman student who meets the December 15 scholarship priority deadline, has a 28 ACT or 1250–1280 SAT score (critical reading and math scores only) and at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA will be selected as a Collegiate Scholar and will receive $16,000 over four years ($4,000 per year).

Foundation in Excellence Scholarship

A first-time freshman student who meets the December 15 scholarship priority deadline, has a 29 ACT or 1290–1320 SAT score (critical reading and math scores only) and at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA will be selected as a Foundation in Excellence Scholar and receive the value of one-half tuition or $19,652 over four years ($4,913 per year).

Presidential Scholar

A first-time freshman student who meets the December 15 scholarship priority deadline, has a 30–36 ACT or 1330–1600 SAT score (critical reading and math scores only) and at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA will be selected as a Presidential Scholar and will receive the value of tuition or $39,304 over four years ($9,826 per year) to be used towards undergraduate or graduate studies.**


*For scholarships awarded only by Undergraduate Admissions — If tuition is being paid by an outside source, the scholarship dollars may be used for other educational expenses (room, board, books, etc).

**Students graduating with remaining tuition scholarship semester(s) may utilize these monies only toward graduate school study at UA. To be eligible, students must enroll in graduate school during the first available semester after receiving an undergraduate degree. (More information)