The Academic Common Market is an interstate agreement among Southern states for sharing uncommon academic programs. Participating states are able to make arrangements for their residents who qualify for admission to enroll as in-state students for fee purposes.
The Common Market concept recognizes that it is impractical for every state to attempt development of programs in every field of knowledge. Each Southern state has programs which are not offered in some of the other states and which can accommodate additional students. Through the sharing of such programs, the market assists in eliminating unnecessary duplication and in increasing access to programs which meet the educational needs of the citizens of the South.
To enroll as an Academic Common Market student, you must:
Be accepted for admission into a program to which your state has obtained access for its residents through the Academic Common Market. Applications for admission should be made directly to the institution offering the program.
Obtain certification of residency from the Common Market coordinator for certification information.
The opportunities presently available at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, at in-state rates to residents of Southern states through the Academic Common Market are listed in the column to the right.
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This information is in the Graduate Catalog
- Benjamin Franklin Lever Tuition Fellowship
- Southern Regional Education Board SREB-State Doctoral Fellowship
- GEM Fellowship
- NSF Fellowship
- SMART Fellowshi
- pLeggett Fellowship
- Doctoral fellowships
- All of the undergraduate students who participate in the Carver summer research program