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Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship

The Arkansas Academic Challenge Program provides scholarships to Arkansas residents pursuing higher education. Funded in large part by the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery, the Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship is available to students regardless of their academic status, whether just graduating from high school, currently enrolled in college, enrolling in college for the first time, or re-enrolling after a period of time out of college.

Scholarship Deadline to Apply:

July 01,


COVID Alert:  Recent High School Graduates- If you are still pressing towards that needed ACT score for Arkansas Academic Challenge, we are delighted to give you additional opportunities!  The Accuplacer test is being offered remotely and can be substituted for the ACT.  We’ll also accept the July ACT test score for scholarship awarding purposes. 

See Overview for more information on eligibility requirements for Traditional and Non-traditional students. 

Other Information:

Arkansas Academic Challenge Award Amounts

Students who were originally awarded prior to the school year are awarded at the following rates:

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Starting with the school year students are awarded at the following rates:

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Arkansas Concurrent Challenge

Qualified high school students may be eligible to enroll in concurrent courses and be covered by the new Arkansas Concurrent Challenge Scholarship.


Qualified high school students may be eligible to enroll in concurrent courses and be covered by the new Arkansas Concurrent Challenge Scholarship Act (Act of ).  The scholarship is funded by excess Arkansas Lottery proceeds. 

The Arkansas Concurrent Challenge Scholarship will award eligible high school students $ per course for up to two concurrent credit courses per semester.  

Other Information:

Only high school students who are classified as a Junior or Senior can qualify. Contact your high school counselor or local college advisor for student and course eligibility.      

Award Amount:

$ per course

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Arkansas Future Grant (ArFuture)

Arkansas Future (ArFuture) is the newest state grant program. The purpose of this grant is to increase the education and skills of Arkansas’s workforce in an affordable manner. The grant applies to students enrolled in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) or regional high-demand areas of study. The grant will cover tuition and fees for qualifying certificate and Associate degree programs at Arkansas’ public institutions for eligible students. The grant is available on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Fall Deadline: July 1

Spring Deadline: January 10

Qualifying Degree Programs

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Scholarship Deadline to Apply:

January 10,


Important Note: For students receiving AR Future funds for Fall  and/or Spring , the Mentorship and Community Service requirements have been waived for the  Academic Year.

An Applicant must:

  • Have either graduated from an Arkansas public school, private school, home school or received high school equivalency diploma approved by the Department of Career Education; or
  • Verify that he or she has resided within the state for the three (3) years immediately preceding application and has either:
    • Graduated from an out-of-state high school, private school, home school, or received a high school equivalency diploma approved by another state.
  • Be enrolled part-time or full-time at an approved institution of higher education in a program of study that leads to an associate degree or a certification in a STEM or regional high-demand field.
  • Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

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Governor’s Distinguished Scholarship

The Governor’s Distinguished Scholarship is the most academically rigorous scholarship program offered for those graduating seniors scoring either a minimum composite or superscore of 32 on the ACT or on the SAT and a academic grade point average. Those named National Merit Finalists or National Achievement Scholars may qualify without meeting the GPA requirement but must still meet the ACT/SAT requirement. The scholarship pays tuition, mandatory fees, and room and board up to $10, per year.

Scholarship Deadline to Apply:

March 01,


At least a composite or superscore of 32 on the ACT ( SAT) and a GPA to apply. FAFSA not required.

Award Amount:

$10, per year.

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Disclaimer: The laws, rules, regulations, award amounts, amount of awardees, eligibility criteria, funding per program, etc. are subject to change at any point prior to, during or after application through the YOUniversal application. These changes will be based on changes in law or funding provided by the Arkansas General Assembly. It is understood that ADHE is not at fault for any changes that occur to any financial aid program. In addition, awards for all ADHE programs are limited by the availability of funds.

Fiscal Year a record proceeds year for Arkansas Scholarship Lottery

July 13,

LITTLE ROCK, AR – The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery (ASL) announced today that it raised a record $ million in proceeds for Fiscal Year , which ended June In total since its inception in , ASL has raised more than $1 billion in scholarship proceeds.

ASL Executive Director Eric Hagler calls the achievement “extraordinary,” especially in light of the socioeconomic challenges of the past year.

“Despite the chaos and disruption over the past 16 months, Arkansans continued to support the scholarship program by buying lottery tickets in record numbers,” Hagler said. “Our dedicated team of professionals at the office of the Arkansas Lottery and our strong retailer network helped us to out-perform every metric in FY We are grateful because it allows us to fulfill our mission of helping to educate Arkansas students, which will have a long-term positive economic impact on our state.” 

Hagler said the record numbers posted for FY stand as proof that the Lottery is trending upward and on a proper course for prudent growth. But he says expectations for FY should be tempered because of potential limits on consumer discretionary spending.

“The re-opening of additional entertainment venues coupled with rising inflation and fuel costs represent a challenge to reproduce the same sales and net proceeds numbers achieved this past year,” Hagler commented.

Lottery proceeds support three scholarship programs.

The Arkansas Academic Challenge Scholarship provides tuition assistance for Arkansans at two- and four-year public and private colleges.

The Arkansas Workforce Challenge Scholarship is available for students applying for certificate programs in high demand occupations.

The Arkansas Concurrent Challenge Scholarship provides financial assistance to eligible students in the state who want to take college courses while still high school.

Corrigan Revels, a UA-Little Rock graduate and current employee of the school, says he was the first person in his immediate family to graduate from college, thanks in part to the lottery. 

“When I chose to attend UA-Little Rock, the lottery scholarship was a huge blessing,” said Revels. “Now, I’m in a position to help other students at my alma mater reach their fullest potential. I want to thank Arkansans for supporting students and graduates like myself.”

Hagler calls the lottery a win-win-win situation for everyone at every stage of the lottery process.

“Obviously, students in Arkansas win by receiving tuition assistance,” Hagler said. “Our retail partners also win when a player cashes in a winning ticket and when foot traffic increases in their stores. And, of course, players win when they redeem potentially life-changing prizes.”

Since , the lottery has awarded more than $ billion in prizes to players, resulting in approximately $ million in retailer commissions.



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Arkansas Scholarship Lottery

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Key people

  • J. Eric Hagler, Director
  • Jerry Fetzer, Chief Fiscal Officer
  • Donna Bragg, Director of Advertising & Marketing
  • Angela Springer, Director of Security
  • Timothy Parrish, Director of Treasury
  • Mike Smith, Director of Gaming
  • Mitch Chandler, Director of Sales

The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery is run by the government of Arkansas.


On November 4, , Arkansas voters approved a ballot question legalizing the sale of lottery tickets there. The Arkansas Scholarship Lottery Act establishes a Commission to oversee the operation of the Lottery in Arkansas (see Arkansas Lottery Commission below). On July 1, , Arkansas voted to join the Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL); it was the 33rd lottery to join.

Ticket buyers must be at least 18, which is the usual minimum age for US lotteries, but lower than in neighboring Louisiana. Video lottery is prohibited. Arkansas started selling scratch off tickets on September 28, Powerball tickets went on sale on October 31, [1]Mega Millions tickets went on sale in Arkansas on January 31,

Arkansas conducts its in-house draw games using a random number generator (RNG); it is believed to be the first US lottery to begin with computerized drawings. Balls and drawing machines are not used by the Lottery, although this "classic" drawing method is used in Arkansas' multi-jurisdictional games (Lucky for Life, Mega Millions, and Powerball.)

Arkansas Lottery Commission[edit]

Subchapter 2 of the Arkansas Scholarship Lottery Act established the creation of the Arkansas Lottery Commission. The subchapter established the Commission or Lottery as a self-supporting and revenue-raising agency of the state. The commission had 9 members by law, of whom three were appointed by the Governor, three by the Speaker of the state House of Representatives, and three by the President Pro Tempore of the state Senate. After the initial appointment of commissioners, the normal term of each commissioner was six years. Commissioners were limited to no more than two terms of six years and General Assembly members or anyone in their immediate family were prohibited from serving as commissioners.

In the legislative session of the General Assembly, the Arkansas Lottery Commission was abolished. Act of dissolved the 9 member commission and placed lottery operations under the purview of the Department of Finance and Administration.[2]

Draw games timeline[edit]

  • October 31, - Powerball tickets went on sale
  • November 4, - First Powerball drawing including Arkansas was held
  • December 14, - Cash 3 tickets went on sale
  • January 2, - Arkansas's first Powerball jackpot winner[3]
  • January 31, - Mega Millions tickets went on sale
  • February 2, - First Mega Millions drawing including Arkansas was held
  • July 12, - Cash 4 tickets went on sale[4]
  • July 14, - Million Dollar Raffle tickets became available.
  • May - Arkansas joins Decades of Dollars, which began in January in Georgia, Kentucky, and Virginia.

Draw games[edit]

In-house draw games[edit]

Cash 3[edit]

Cash 3 is a game that has 13 drawings weekly (twice daily except Sundays). It began on December 14, Prices, prizes, and options vary.

Cash 4[edit]

Cash 4 was originally to begin in February , but was delayed until July It also has 13 weekly drawings. Prices, prizes, and options will vary; the maximum prize is $5, on a $1 play.[4]

Natural State Jackpot[edit]

On August 27, , sales of tickets for Natural State Jackpot began. Five numbers are drawn between 1 and 39 without repetition. As with other Arkansas-only drawing games, winning numbers are chosen by a random number generator. Drawings are nightly, except Sundays. The average jackpot (all cash) averages approximately $,

Multi-jurisdiction draw games[edit]

Lucky for Life[edit]

Main article: Lucky for Life

Lucky for Life began as a Connecticut-only game, LuckyLife, in Eventually it added five lotteries and became a regional game under the current name. The current version began on January 27, ; as of April it is available in 22 states plus the District of Columbia.

Lucky for Life's two highest prize tiers ($per-day and $25,per-year) are "lifetime" prizes; winners of either tier can choose cash instead. The drawings remain in Connecticut; winning numbers are chosen using two drawing machines with numbered balls.

Mega Millions[edit]

Main article: Mega Millions

In , lotteries then with either Mega Millions or Powerball could begin offering both. The current version of Mega Millions began in Drawings are held in Atlanta using a similar draw method as in Lucky for Life.


Main article: Powerball

Former multi-state games[edit]

Decades of Dollars[edit]

Decades of Dollars began in in three states, with Arkansas joining a few months later. DoD became a Virginia-only game when Arkansas, Georgia, and Kentucky participated in the launch of Monopoly Millionaires′ Club (see below.)

Monopoly Millionaires′ Club[edit]

Monopoly Millionaires′ Club began in October in 22 states and the District of Columbia; however, poor sales largely due to player confusion led to the game suspending sales after only 10 draws of the Friday-only game.

In MMC was resurrected as a series (one in each jurisdiction) of scratch games. A television game show featuring Monopoly Millionaires′ Club aired beginning March 28,

Play It Again[edit]

Every Arkansas Scholarship Lottery instant game qualifies for entry into a "Play It Again" drawing. When the game is over, the top cash prize winner will be selected randomly from all qualifying entries for that game.

Some player-favorite games like Jumbo Bucks may always be available to play. Periodically, there will be second chance drawings scheduled to award the top prize from those games.[6]



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