More Vaccine Incentive Rewards Given Out to Eligible Students

Madison Wright was one of the many students that won a $500 scholarship this semester after joining the university's vaccination incentive program.
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Madison Wright was one of the many students that won a $500 scholarship this semester after joining the university's vaccination incentive program.

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – More students were announced as winners in this week’s incentive drawing for being vaccinated against COVID-19. In total, 330 students have earned rewards this semester as part of the vaccine incentive program and there’s still time to sign up for the remaining drawings.

Any student is eligible to win just by getting a COVID-19 vaccination and can sign up entering to win if they haven’t already.

Weekly drawings are held every Wednesday. The next drawing is scheduled for Dec. 8.

RECENT WINNERS (FROM WEEKLY DRAWING HELD DEC. 1)

$500 Scholarship

  • Lys Rohr
  • Gage Reed

$100 Parking Permit Credits

  • Baylie Day
  • Reece Hodgson
  • Ella Silvis
  • Riley Bridge
  • Andrew Lieberum
  • Heidi DeCaluwe
  • Kile Harvey
  • Kaitlyn Minnick
  • Nicole Messerly
  • Carlos Malky Sandoval
  • Christina Morris
  • Kendall Jasper

$100 Bookstore Gift Card

  • Bailey Cunningham
  • Makayla Fitzhugh
  • Rachel Siebenmorgen

Additional weekly drawings will be held throughout the semester for COVID-19 vaccination incentives. All vaccinated U of A students who enter are eligible. Currently unvaccinated students can become eligible at any point in the semester as soon as they are vaccinated and have entered to win. Students only need to enter once to be eligible for all of the weekly drawings.

Each week, at least 15 prizes, including three $500 scholarships, will be awarded to vaccinated students who have entered to win. New winning names will be drawn randomly each week. So, the sooner students get vaccinated (and entered), the sooner they become eligible for the weekly drawings. 

Enter to win COVID-19 vaccination Incentives.

Proof of vaccination (defined as one dose of Johnson & Johnson or second dose of either the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine) will be required to claim prizes. 

WEEKLY DRAWING INCENTIVES FOR ALL VACCINATED STUDENTS

  • $500 scholarships (45 opportunities to win) 
  • $100 parking permit credits (250 opportunities) 
  • $100 bookstore gift cards (17 opportunities)
  • $100 Chartwells Dining gift cards (five opportunities) 
  • Razorback Football tickets + parking pass (six opportunities to win, four tickets each)
  • Grand Canyon backpacking trip (one opportunity)
  • Buffalo River canoe trip for two (one opportunity for two students)
  • Weekend camping rental package for two (one opportunity for two students) 
    • Includes a two-person tent, two sleeping bags with pads, a two-burner stove and cook set. 
  • Weekend mountain bike rental (one opportunity)
    • Includes a full-suspension mountain bike and helmet. 
  • Walmart AMP Voucher packages for two (five opportunities for two students) 
  • Walton Arts Center voucher packages for two (seven opportunties for two students)
  • TheatreSquared vouchers for two (15 opportunities for two students)
    • Good for two prime tickets to any 2021 TheatreSquared performance (reserve ahead to guarantee seats).
  • Faulkner Performing Arts Center event tickets (one opportunity, four tickets)
    • Four tickets to enjoy a performing arts event at this magnificent campus venue this fall or next spring.

Previous winners are not eligible for future prizes. 

Special thanks to Razorback Athletics, Walmart AMP, Walton Arts Center, TheatreSquared, Faulkner Performing Arts Center, University Recreation, University Bookstore and Chartwells for providing incentives for students. 

While state law prevents mandating it, COVID-19 vaccination is strongly encouraged. Vaccination is our primary means of mitigating the spread of COVID-19.

Let’s get RazorVAXED Razorbacks!  

About the University of Arkansas: As Arkansas' flagship institution, the U of A provides an internationally competitive education in more than 200 academic programs. Founded in 1871, the U of A contributes more than $2.2 billion to Arkansas’ economy through the teaching of new knowledge and skills, entrepreneurship and job development, discovery through research and creative activity while also providing training for professional disciplines. The Carnegie Foundation classifies the U of A among the top 3% of U.S. colleges and universities with the highest level of research activity. U.S. News & World Report ranks the U of A among the top public universities in the nation. See how the U of A works to build a better world at Arkansas Research News

Contacts

John Thomas, director of media relations
University Relations
479-575-7430, jfthomas@uark.edu

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