ASPSF - Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund Enabling single parents to attain self-suffiencey through post-secondary education.
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Start an Endowed Scholarship

 

WCSPSF is a member of United Way

 

Use free Adobe Reader to complete your application:

STEP 1: Download and install free Adobe Reader.

STEP 2: Download and open the application form.

STEP 3: Use the Typewriter tool to type text anywhere on the page.

Click your cursor where you want to type then begin typing. It's that easy! If you don't see the Typewriter Toolbar, click on the Tools menu then click Typewriter > Show Typewriter Toolbar. Click the Typewriter icon to enable the tool.

STEP 4: Read and follow all application instructions for submitting your completed scholarship application.

If an original signature is required, you will need to print out the completed form and sign it prior to submitting your completed application packet. Be sure to include copies of all required documentation with your application packet.

STEP 5: Save a copy of your completed application form to your computer.


WHITE COUNTY

If you are a resident of White County, Arkansas and wish to apply for a Single Parent Scholarship, download the application below. If you are not a resident of this county, click here to locate your county.

Dan Newsom, Executive Director
Email: wcspsf.inc@gmail.com
Mobile: (501)230-2414
Phone: (501)268-4066
Mail: PO Box 8325
Searcy, AR 72145

Apply for a Scholarship

Download the following required forms. You may re-apply for each semester that you wish to receive a scholarship.

Application Deadlines:

  • Spring semester - January 7
  • Summer - June 1
  • Fall semester - August 15

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Resident of White County, Arkansas,
  • High school graduate or equivalent (may apply if enrolled in college and in process of obtaining GED diploma),
  • Single head of household (single, separated, divorced, widowed) with primary care of a child under the age of eighteen (18) living in your home,
  • Pursuing a vocationally oriented undergraduate course of study (full- or part-time) to ensure a better standard of living for his/her family. Applicants cannot already have earned an undergraduate degree with the exception of those pursing a Master of Arts in Teaching.
  • Low-income as figured on a monthly basis,
  • Applicant must maintain a 2.5 G.P.A. or academic test equivalency each semester.
  • Must apply for the Pell Grant,
  • Complete application including any required supporting documentation must be received by the deadline in order for the application to be considered.

Information about other scholarship opportunities and living assistance programs can also be found on ASPSF's Other Scholarships and the Living Assistance Services pages.