New Application Process for All Scholarships Administered by the Texas Exes

New Application Process for All Scholarships Administered by the Texas Exes

There is a new application process for all scholarships administered by the Texas Exes. In the past, all entering freshmen were automatically considered for Texas Exes scholarships by simply applying for admission to UT using the ApplyTexas application. Current students were considered after completing a scholarship application through the Office of Student Financial Services.

The new, separate scholarship process opens today for entering freshmen. All applications must be received by Dec. 1, 2014.

Students will automatically be applying for the Chapter and Named Scholarships for which they qualify—no further action is needed. In order to apply for the Forty Acres Scholars Program, students must click the “Apply” button and complete an additional essay.

The application for current UT students opens in early January 2015, and the deadline is March 1, 2015.

For more information on how to apply, click here.


  1. Tom Brayshaw says:

    The article implied that the application was presently available on line, but I could not get to it.
    The local scholarships I checked had the december 1, 2014 date. Is this correct? Most of the chapters I work with prefer a later date, usually April 1.

    Tom Brayshaw

  2. Tim Taliaferro says:

    Tom, try this link:

    That work for you?


  3. Catherine Phillips says:

    No assistance for talented graduate students?

  4. Laurie Coker says:

    I am curious too. What about scholarships for Tecas Exes who want to pursue masters or doctoral degrees? Hoping to hear good news.

  5. C Cao says:

    There are significant problems with signing up as an applicant. This website does not successfully register you and directs you to a dead page.

  6. Emily Beustring says:

    Do you know of anything like this for students accepted to UTA?


  7. Emberly Miller says:

    Anything good about this school? Any good programs for therapist for kids, or becoming a teacher?

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