Financial Aid and Scholarships

Undergraduate Scholarship Information

We understanding that paying for college can be a stressful topic. All incoming and current agribusiness students should complete the University of Arkansas general scholarship application and the Bumpers College general application. The scholarship application cycle opens Jan. 1 and closes Feb. 15 of every year. Please visit the Bumpers College Scholarship page to learn more about the application process.

Every year the Department of Agricultural Economics and Agribusiness awards approximately $40,000 to our students. See our departmental scholarships below:

Name of Scholarship

Eligible applicants must be Agricultural Business majors and meet the following criteria:

AEAB General

No additional criteria

Dabbs Scholars Alpha Gamma Rho

No additional criteria

Fred E. and Mabel Long Delzell Memorial Scholarship

No additional criteria

James T. Edmondson

Undergraduate junior or senior, or graduate student with education emphasis in marketing of agricultural products who has demonstrated leadership potential.

Virgil and Inez Fielder Endowed

Preference is given to incoming freshmen with other undergraduate levels also eligible.  High academic performance and financial need are considered.

Waymon A. Halbrook Endowed Memorial

Preference is given to Arkansas residents.  Demonstrated high academic ability.

Harold and Iva Hicks Endowed

Agricultural Business, Crop Science, Environmental Soil and Water Sciences, and Human Environmental Sciences majors are eligible for this scholarship

Hilliard and Eloise Jackson

One scholarship is awarded to both an Agricultural Business and a Human Environmental Science major each year. Preference is given first to applicants from Crawford or Franklin counties in Arkansas, and second to Arkansas residents

Henry J. Meenen Cooperative

Undergraduate senior or graduate student

The Robert E. Moery Scholarship

Preference is given to applicants from Eastern Arkansas counties with financial need who have a minimum 2.50 cumulative grade point average

J.I. Morgan Grain Merchandising

Undergraduate upperclassmen with demonstrated strong academic record

Martin & Carole Redfern Scholarship in Agribusiness No additional criteria

Leo J. Sellmeyer Agriculture

Financial need with preference given to applicants with a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.00

Robert G. F. Spitze Freshman Scholarship

Entering Freshman with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.00 with evidence of a commitment to pursuing a public service career in some level of government work

Don White Scholarship in Grain Merchandising and Agri Marketing

Evidence of interest in agri marketing by participating in the grain merchandising and marketing program

John W. White Scholarship in Agricultural Economics

Undergraduate sophomore or junior with financial need