Scholarships

Honors Scholarship Information
All students admitted to the Honors College qualify for in-state tuition. Continuation of the in-state rate depends on adherence to the terms and conditions of the University scholarship award as well as progress toward completion of Honors College requirements. For more information, please visit the Student Financial Services web site or contact the Honors office. 
Renewal
Semester renewal of Honors scholarships is contingent on academic eligibility and progress toward completion of Honors College requirements.
Stacking
Honors College scholarships are fully stackable with other University and non-University scholarships and financial aid. (N.B. in some instances, Honors scholarships can not be stacked with Athletic scholarships due to NCAA requirements.)
General Honors Scholarships
Students in the first and second year typically receive $300 per semester.
Students in the third and fourth year typically receive $600 per semester.
Housing Scholarships
The Honors College offers a limited number of competitively awarded housing scholarships to students admitted to the College. There is no separate application, and all students admitted to the College will be considered for the housing scholarship.
The Delores and Weldon Cole Honors Scholarships
Made possible by a generous gift from Delores and Weldon Cole (Class of 1960), these scholarships are available to current and prospective Honors College students who demonstrate the highest levels of achievement. There is no separate application, and all students admitted to the College will be considered for the scholarship.
The Virginia Bayless O'Connell Honors Scholarships
Named for Class of 1932 UNA alumna Virginia Bayless O'Connell, O'Connell Scholars are chosen from Honors College applicants who demonstrate the highest levels of achievement. There is no separate application, and all students admitted to the College will be considered for the scholarship.
Robert L. Potts and William G. Cale, Jr. Honors Scholarships
Established by a generous gift from Mr. Harry Smith, the Potts and Cale Scholars are chosen from Honors College students who demonstrate a strong pattern of academics, community involvement, and service. There is no separate application, and all students admitted to the College will be considered for the scholarship.
Grace and Howard Roberts Memorial Endowed Scholarship 
There is no separate application, and all students admitted to the College will be considered for the scholarship.
Financial Support for Experiential Learning
The Honors College offers financial assistance to students participating in study abroad, study away, travel for the purpose of research and presentation, and other forms of experiential learning. Contact the Dean for more details. 
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Please Note: All scholarship awards are subject to fund availability and budgetary constraints. 
For more information about Honors Scholarships, contact the Dean
For more information about UNA academic scholarships, contact the Office of Student Financial Services.

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