Creating a Pathway from UACCM to UA-Fayetteville

The Arkansas Transfer Achievement Scholarship is a program that reduces the tuition rate for UACCM graduates who transfer to the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. With this scholarship, graduates with an Associate of Arts or Science degrees will pay their UACCM tuition rate instead of the full rate of the Fayetteville campus, resulting in big savings on their path to gaining a bachelor’s degree.

The scholarship is available to students from the seven community colleges in the University of Arkansas System, allowing them to pay the rate they paid at their UA two-year college. It is renewable for a maximum of 10 regular semesters and only applies to students transferring to the UA Fayetteville. The scholarship only applies to the base tuition and does not include fees or any additional costs charged by specific programs at the Fayetteville campus.

How much are you saving?

As of the spring 2021 semester, the UACCM basic tuition rates per hour are $92.00 for residents in Conway County and $102.00 for Arkansas residents outside of the county. The base tuition at UA Fayetteville is $252.28. With this program, a student paying the UACCM rates at UA Fayetteville can save $22,500 over 10 semesters. 

Who is eligible?

  • Arkansas resident
  • Earn an Associate of Arts, Associate of Science, or Associate of Arts in Teaching degree
  • Requires degree conferment the regular term (excluding summer) immediately preceding transfer to the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville
  • Cumulative 2.0 grade point average
  • Meet all other U of A admission criteria and program requirements
  • Enroll in an on-campus undergraduate degree program, full or part-time
  • Renewable for up to 10 semesters with maintenance of good academic standing (2.00 cumulative GPA after each semester) or the first bachelor’s degree (whichever comes first)

Learn More

Need advice on how to get this scholarship? Speak to a staff member from UACCM Financial Aid.

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