Fayetteville Policies and Procedures  516.0

Non-Resident Tuition Scholarship for Students with $4,000 or More University-Based Scholarship(s)

This program is available to all non-resident (for fee purposes) undergraduate students, effective with the 1989-90 academic year. Non-resident Tuition scholarships will be awarded by the Academic Scholarship and Financial Aid Office in any semester in which the student qualifies when the total of University-based and controlled scholarships reaches $4,000 or more. The University will not disburse cash from this award, as the award will only be applied directly to the student's Tuition account based on a percentage of the difference between the in-state and out-of-state tuition (i.e., a check will NOT be issued from this account).

To qualify for this scholarship, the non-resident student must:

  • Be a full-time (24 credit hours or more per academic year) undergraduate student.
  • Have been awarded and accepted university based and controlled scholarship(s) in at least the total amount of $4,000.
Percent of Non-resident Tuition Scholarship Freshman Criteria Transfer Criteria Current Student
90% Non-resident Tuition Scholarship ≥ 3.60 GPA; and ≥ 28 ACT (1240 SAT combined math and critical reading) ≥ 3.30 cumulative transfer GPA N/A
80% Non-resident Tuition Scholarship ≥ 3.40 GPA; and ≥ 26 ACT (1170 SAT combined math and critical reading) < 3.30 cumulative transfer GPA Receives at least $4K in University scholarship(s) for the first time as an upperclassman
70% Non-resident Tuition Scholarship < 3.40 GPA; or < 26 ACT (1170 SAT combined math and critical reading) N/A N/A
  • Students reclassified as residents will forfeit this scholarship.
  • This scholarship is not available to students receiving employee or employee dependent fee adjustments for the semester.

October 19, 2015
Reformatted for Web April 21, 2014
Revised August 14, 2013
Revised March 7, 2012
January 26, 1990