PINE BLUFF, Ark. – The University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff announced on Monday that it would start charging an application fee for all online and paper applications on September 1.
Online undergraduate applications will carry a $25 fee, and paper versions will have a $30 fee. Online graduate applications will carry a $30 fee, and paper graduate applications will have a $45 fee, the university said.
Applicants can pay online or at the university cashier’s office with cash, credit card, check or money order.
Any applications submitted prior to September 1 are free and will not require any fee.
A fee waiver form is available for those that meet certain qualifications. Those circumstances are:
- The student is enrolled in a federal, state or local government funded program that assists students from low income families (e.g., Upward Bound)
- The student requests UAPB/AM&N Legacy Status. A student may request Legacy Status as a child or grandchild (age 26 or under) of a UAPB/AM&N graduate who is a current annual dues paying member or a Life Member of the UAPB/AM&N National Alumni Association. Students must provide the first and last name of the parent or grandparent as it appears on the UAPB/AM&N Alumni Roster. High school personnel are asked to verify the student’s Legacy Status by sending the Waiver Form to the UAPB/AM&N National Alumni Association at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The fee waiver form is available here.