If you are a resident of Lonoke County, Arkansas and wish to apply for a Single Parent Scholarship, read the Application Instructions below. If you are not a resident of this county, click here to locate your county.
|Emily Krablin, Chair|
| || ||Lonoke County Single Parent Scholarship Fund|
PO Box 604
Lonoke, AR 72086
- You must be a resident of Lonoke County, Arkansas, to apply for Open Scholarship Opportunities listed below. If you are not a resident of this county, click here to locate your county.
- Apply for each semester that you wish to receive a scholarship.
- Review the Eligibility Requirements and the list of Required Supporting Documents below.
- Click the appropriate application link listed under Open Scholarship Opportunities below. If links are not available, applications are not currently being accepted. Please check back later.
- Login to an existing student account or register for a new account. Contact the person listed above if you have forgotten your username or password.
- You may save your work, log out, and return later if you cannot finish your application in one sitting. Complete and submit your application and all required supporting documentation by the deadline. Application Deadlines are listed below.
- Periodically login to your student account to monitor the status of your application and manage your profile. Click here to login
Open Scholarship Opportunities:
IMPORTANT: All applications are locked after the deadline expires. Be sure to upload any electronic supporting documents to the application prior to submitting it. Students may not edit an application after it has been submitted. Contact the person above if you need to change or add any information on your application.
- Spring - December 31
- Fall - July 15
- Resident of Lonoke County, Arkansas
- High school graduate or equivalent (may apply if enrolled in college or in process of obtaining a GED).
- Single head of household (single, legally separated, divorced, widowed) with primary physical custody of a child under the age of eighteen (18).
- Pursuing a vocational undergraduate course of study (full- or part-time) to ensure a better standard of living for his/her family.
- Applicants cannot have earned an undergraduate degree with the exception of those pursuing a Master of Arts in Teaching.
- Low-income person at or near the poverty level.
- Apply for a Pell Grant with proof of status.
- Returning applicants must have a minimum 2.5 G.P.A. or academic test equivalency.
- All scholarship application documentation must be present before the deadline in order for the application to be considered complete.
Required Supporting Documentation:
Applicants are required to submit the following items, along with a completed scholarship application, by the application deadline.
NOTE: Electronic copies of these documents may be uploaded through the Supporting Documents section of your online application.
Be sure to upload any electronic supporting documents you plan to submit with your application prior to submitting it. Students may not edit an application after it has been submitted. Contact the person above if you need to change or add any information to your application.
- Proof of enrollment. Verification of college/school enrollment or acceptance, such as a letter from your educational institution acknowledging current enrollment and active participation.
- Proof of income.
- Transcripts. Copy of high school or college work (whichever is most recent).
- Proof of Pell Grant. Letter from financial aid officer of your educational institution stating financial aid approval or denial.
- Letters of recommendation. Two (2) letters of recommendation from people who are familiar with your character, life experiences, and goals. References from relatives are not acceptable. Letters must include date, writer's original signature, writer's address and telephone number.
- Goal statement. Personal statement of at least 90 words, typed or written in blue or black ink. Explain why you chose your current course of study and what you hope to achieve. Feel free to include any information about yourself, which may help the Selection Committee in its evaluation of your application.
- Permission Release Form. - Download, complete and submit the Permission to Release Confidential Information.
Information about other scholarship opportunities and living assistance programs can also be found on ASPSF's Other Scholarships and the Living Assistance Services pages.