Institutions like the University of Texas Austin and Texas A&M have a reputation for top-notch academics and vibrant campuses, so it should come as no surprise that students from all over the nation choose to study in Texas.
Austin Board of REALTORS Scholarship
The ABI Achieves Great Success Scholarship was established by Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABR) to recognize exceptional students who are of Hispanic or Latino descent. Students can earn up to $2,000 a year, while their family members are eligible to earn an additional $500 each year. Five Texas Scholarships for College Freshmen UNT Denton’s Advanced Projecting Program (APP) is known for its academic and technology-focused learning experiences. Apprentices spend their summers working with their professors to develop and perform construction-based projects. In return for their summer work, the apprentices earn college credit while also building critical soft skills and professional experience.
UCaleb Tripp Thornton Memorial Scholarship
Amount: $2,000 Apply by October 31, 2017 (This scholarship is only available to freshmen) “This scholarship is geared towards our Texas freshmen. It recognizes our state’s top students, regardless of their high school GPA or test scores.
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This scholarship covers the majority of the student’s tuition, housing and meal plan, plus additional per-hour computer lab fees. Students must have at least a 3.0 GPA or 80 on the ACT, and need to provide academic transcripts, SAT scores, and essays.” Raised with the Golden Rule: Voties Award Amount: $500 Apply by November 7, 2017 (This scholarship is only available to freshmen) “This scholarship was started to recognize and acknowledge the students of Texas State who strive to be the best versions of themselves each day.
Terry Foundation Freshmen Scholarship
Amount: $1,000 – $5,000 Requirements: To receive this scholarship, applicants must be freshmen students enrolled in the University of Texas or Texas A&M College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, with a grade point average of 2.5 or higher. To be eligible for the Terry Foundation scholarship, you must also be a Texas resident. Undergraduate Student Support Texas Legislature Award Amount: $3,000 – $7,500 Requirements: To be eligible for this scholarship, undergraduate students enrolled in a Texas public or private university are required to complete 100 hours of service. This includes serving as a first-year mentor, tutoring or counseling, participating in the school’s leadership program and participating in at least one academic community service activity.
Texas Educational Opportunity Grant (TEOG) Program
Applications for the Texas Educational Opportunity Grant (TEOG) Program are open through October 15, 2017. The program provides a merit-based award to all Texas high school seniors who have the potential to attend a postsecondary institution of higher learning. The program provides an estimated $1,740 to each applicant’s education. The Senior High TEOG (SHET) award covers 80% of the first semester of a state university or community college. After the first semester, students must pay full price for tuition or fees and meet all other eligibility requirements, which vary by school. Some awards cover up to a maximum of 100% of tuition or fees. The SHET award is not for students who are considered homeless, have a single parent, have a disability, or are a veteran or dependant of a veteran.
Association of Texas Leaders for Education Scholarship
Total value: $10,000 Grants acceptance for first-year freshmen at Texas A&M University and Texas State University. Lamar University Scholastic Excellence Scholarship Total value: $5,000 Grants admission for first-year undergraduate students with an ACT composite score of 27 or above. Lamar University Tiger Scout Scholarship Total value: $5,000 Grants admission for first-year undergraduate students with an ACT composite score of 26 or above. Lee University Lee University Tiger Scholarship Total value: $1,000 Eligible student must be a Lamar University high school senior, a member of the Lee University student body or a graduate of a school accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.