Scholarship Students - ASU Mountain Home Campus
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Recent Scholarship Recipients

Sarah Avey of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Patrick Michael McKenna Memorial Scholarship.

Jennifer Bailey of Jordan, AR, was awarded the McMullin Outstanding Student Scholarship. Jennifer is a member of the Fran Coulter Honors Program and co-founder of Twin Lakes Independent Business Group. 

Dylan Bradbury of Norfork, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Dylan was a member of the Norfork High School BETA club and SADD club.

LaJeana Chapman of Cotter, AR, was awarded the Wilma Greely Memorial Scholarship. LaJeana is a student of the ASUMH LPN Day Program.

Dawn Dickerson of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Martha A. Grant, CPA Scholarship. Dawn attended Norfork High School and participated in Girl Scouts.

Linda Duren of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Wilma Greeley Memorial Scholarship.

Gregory Cole Ford of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship.

Shelby Halliday of Pyatt, AR, was awarded the Mildred S. Griffin Endowed Scholarship. Shelby attended Valley Springs High School and was a Rapid Response and CPR instructor.

Sonya Heiskill of Cotter, AR, was awarded the Patrick Michael McKenna Memorial Scholarship. Sonya was homeschooled and involved in the Twin Lakes Community Choir, Lions Homeschool Athletics and the HCE Praise Band.

Michael Hilton of Horseshoe Bend, AR, was awarded the Friends of the North Fork and White Rivers Scholarship. Michael is the recipient of the ASUMH Academic Achiever Award and is a member of the Stream Team.

Alexis Knapp of Norfork, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship.  Alexis participated in the Norfork High School history club, basketball, yearbook, and other organizations. 

Stephen Kruse of Lakeview, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Stephen played baseball for Mountain Home High School and was a member of German club.  

Meagan Loucks of Flippin, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Meagan was an active member of National Honor Society at Flippin High School and was a volunteer for many community events.

Jesse Parker of Viola, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship.  Jesse was involved in Salem High School BETA club and student council.  

Michael Tanner Phillips of Harrison, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Michael is active in his church and participated in the Valley Springs High School art club.

Natasha Phillips of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship and the Evelyn Hill Osborn Teacher Education Scholarship. 

Lea Powell of Gassville, AR, was awarded the David and Ethel Powell Memorial Scholarship. Lea is a member of the ASUMH Criminal Justice Club and a proud member of the Mountain Home Police Department Citizen Police Academy.

Matthew Sage of Flippin, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship.

Kyndal Smith of Salem, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship.

Taryn Smith of Gassville, AR, was awarded the Patrick Michael McKenna Memorial Scholarship. Taryn is a graduate of Cotter High School and was a member of the yearbook committee.

Jesse Stone of Yellville, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Jesse was in band and served as class president of Yellville-Summit High School.

Buck Stoops of Yellville, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship.

Bailey Turner of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship.

Amber Varn of Flippin, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship.  Amber was a member of the Flippin High School National Honor Society, FFA, FBLA, basketball, and volleyball.

Kendra Wallace of Gassville, AR, was awarded the Douglas Family Scholarship.  She was a graduate of Cotter High School.

Nicholas Wilhite of Mountain Home, AR, was awarded the Academic Distinction Scholarship. Nicholas participated in German club, FBLA, football, soccer and band for Mountain Home High School.