Scholarship Form

2022 SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATIONS ARE NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR

2023 GRADUATING SENIORS. 

 PLEASE READ AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.

 

The mission of the Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame (ASHOF) is to (a) honor and preserve the history of individuals who have brought honor, prestige, and fame to the state of Arkansas through outstanding achievement, accomplishments, and contributions in amateur and professional sports and (b) encourage and promote higher education through the funding of scholarships to deserving student-athletes.

 

The ASHOF awards ten $1,000 scholarships to deserving Arkansas student-athlete high school seniors.  The winners of these scholarships will be announced at the ASHOF's annual Induction Banquet, which will be held next year on April 14, 2023, at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock Arkansas.

 

These scholarships will be based on written essays and will be awarded to 5 female and 5 male student-athletes who will be enrolling in Arkansas colleges in the fall of 2023.  All scholarship funds will be awarded directly to the Arkansas college that each student will be attending.  A distinguished panel of ASHOF Board members, some of whom are also ASHOF inductees, will screen and review all essays submitted, and all winners will be notified by February 1, 2023.  All decisions of the ASHOF will be final.

 

CRITERIA FOR ELIGIBILITY:

 

  • Must be a graduating senior from an Arkansas high school (AAA member) for the school year 2022-2023.
     

  • Must be attending an Arkansas college or junior college (private or public) as a freshman the following fall 2023.  Students attending out of state colleges are not eligible.
     

  • Must submit an essay to the ASHOF for evaluation.  The essay should state how sports has positively impacted your life.  This essay must be submitted online by December 31, 2022.  All submissions after this date will not be considered.
     

  • THE ESSAY SHOULD BE NO LONGER THAN THE FRONT OF ONE STANDARD TYPEWRITTEN PAGE, SINGLE-SPACED.  Essays longer than one page will NOT be accepted.  Quality over quantity.
     

  • Only the first 100 essays submitted to the ASHOF will be considered for review for the scholarships.

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2020 ASHOF Scholarship winners

Jerry Jones – Corrin Bowen – Fayetteville – University of Arkansas

Jim Lindsey – Grace Carmack – Bryant – University of Arkansas

Rush Harding III – Grace Fuell – Alma – University of Central Arkansas

Wally Hall – Sophie Kleppe – Mountain Home – Arkansas Tech University

Sheffield Nelson – Sarah McCammon – Searcy – Arkansas State University

Steve Strange, Sr. – Andrew Chamberlain – Rogers – University of Arkansas

Nancy Williams – Will Cherry – Marion – Univeristy of Arkansas

Anita Cabe – Suazell Farmer – West Helena – University of Central Arkansas

Sharon Heflin – Jackson Sorey – Sheridan – Arkansas Tech University

 

2020 ASHOF/NFF Scholarship Winner:

Jake Meaders – Bryant – University of Central Arkansas

Drew Dozier
2019 Scholarship
Winner
Drew Dozier

2019 ASHOF $1,000 Scholarship Winners

Jerry Jones Scholarship – Drew Dozier – Waldron

Jim Lindsey Scholarship – J’Malachi Kinnard – Warren

Rushing Harding Scholarship – Tanner Shelton – Alma

Wally Hall Scholarship – Austin Shipman – Jonesboro

Sheffield Nelson – Zane Cox – Lockesburg

Steve Strange, Sr. Scholarship – Mary Claire Briggs – Little Rock

Nancy Williams Scholarship – Hilyn Elizabeth Vardeman – Russellville

Anita Cabe Scholarship – Makayla Anderson – Acorn

Sharon Heflin – Ashton Patrick – Hot Springs

2019 ASHOF National Football Foundation

2019 ASHOF National Football Foundation Scholarship Winner - Latavion Scott - Bryant