Which Arkansas colleges receive the least federal student aid?


Baptist Health College-Little Rock and River Valley School of Massage reported receiving the least federal financial aid during the 2015-16 academic year among Arkansas schools, according to a Higher Education Tribune analysis of federal data.

The analysis is based on data reported annually to the U.S. Department of Education.

Arkansas schools receiving smallest share of federal student aid

Rank
School
City
Enrollment
Number receiving aid
Total amount
Average aid per student
1
Baptist Health College-Little Rock
Little Rock
661
4
$4,600
$1,150
2
River Valley School of Massage
Russellville
15
8
$14,846
$1,856
3
Hot Springs Beauty College
Hot Springs
8
6
$26,401
$4,400
4
Arkansas College of Barbering and Hair Design
North Little Rock
131
5
$28,875
$5,775
5
Academy of Professional Cosmetology
Rogers
65
6
$31,151
$5,192
6
Arkansas Beauty School-Little Rock
Little Rock
89
6
$32,725
$5,454
7
Arthur's Beauty College-Jonesboro
Jonesboro
71
15
$44,995
$3,000
8
Professional Cosmetology Education Center
El Dorado
25
12
$48,529
$4,044
9
Arthur's Beauty College Inc-Jacksonville
Jacksonville
73
17
$49,408
$2,906
10
The Beauty School
Mountain Home
15
11
$50,701
$4,609

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Academy of Professional Cosmetology Arkansas Beauty School-Little Rock Arkansas College of Barbering and Hair Design Arthur's Beauty College Inc-Jacksonville Arthur's Beauty College-Jonesboro Baptist Health College-Little Rock Hot Springs Beauty College Professional Cosmetology Education Center River Valley School of Massage The Beauty School

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