GPA is important for the OOS waiver determination. For Arkansas, the OOS "waiver" is pretty generous for bordering states. From their scholarship website:
Non-Resident Tuition Award
"The NRTA is awarded to entering freshmen and transfer students from Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee, Missouri, Kansas, and Oklahoma. Entering freshmen must have a 3.25 or higher GPA and ACT of at least 24 or 1090 SAT (combined math and critical reading). Transfer students must have at least a 3.0 or higher cumulative college GPA and at least 24 transferable hours."
You're probably not going to be competitive for any sort of academic scholarship with your SAT where it is, but if the GPA is decent, you should be able to get the OOS portion covered at Fayetteville.