Entering Freshman Scholarships

Most scholarships are based on earnings from investment of the endowed funds, so amounts vary from year to year. Awards range from $500 to $8,000, with most scholarships falling within the $1,500 – $2,000 range.

Emma Agnes Scarborough Adams Memorial Scholarship
For an entering freshman who has graduated from Huntsville High School in Huntsville, Texas. Selection is based on academic excellence (especially in English), moral character, and financial need.

Asian/Asian American Faculty and Staff Association (AAAFSA) Scholarship
For Asian and Asian American entering freshmen. Academic performance and financial need will be considered. The scholarship can be renewed annually until graduation provided the recipient maintains a 3.0 GPA.

Christopher J. and Lisa Ferrell Bacic Scholarship
For entering freshmen with financial need who have demonstrated overall leadership qualities, displayed excellence in academics, leadership in extracurricular and/or community activities. First preference will be given to students from the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex.

Charles and Mary Love Bailey Challenge Grant Scholarship
African American or Hispanic entering freshmen who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need will be considered for this scholarship.  The recipients will be eligible to receive the scholarship for four years of undergraduate work.  To continue the scholarships after the first year, all recipients must earn a minimum grade point average of 2.5.

Rose Baptiste Memorial Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving graduates of the De Bakey High School for Health Professions in Houston, Texas with first preference given to African American students.  Second preference will be given to Hispanic students.  The scholarship can be continued for an additional three years of undergraduate work if the student maintains at least a 3.0 GPA.

Jane Cook Barnhill and John W. Barnhill, Jr. Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving African American or Hispanic entering UT freshmen who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need.   The scholarship will fund four years of undergraduate study as long as the recipient maintains at least a 2.5 grade point average.

Finn F. and Alma Beatrice Beasley Scholarship
Code: ESA-BEASLEY
For entering freshmen who are graduates of Llano High School who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need.

Black Texas Exes Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving African American students who are entering freshmen at UT Austin and demonstrate academic excellence and financial need.  Recipients are eligible to receive the scholarship for four years of undergraduate work if they maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.5.

Richard W. Blalock Memorial Scholarship
For deserving entering freshmen at the University of Texas at Austin with first preference being given to graduates of any Marshall High School. Second preference will be given to graduates of any Harrison County or Gregg County high school. The scholarship can be continued for three additional years of undergraduate work as long as the recipient maintains at least a 2.75 GPA.  If no high school graduates from the preferred areas are available for this award, it can be given to any deserving entering freshman.

James Neal Blanton, Jr. Memorial Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving African American or Hispanic entering freshmen admitted to UT’s College of Engineering who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need.   The scholarship will fund four years of undergraduate study as long as the recipient remains enrolled as a full time student in UT’s College of Engineering and maintains at least a 2.5 grade point average.

George Boerger Scholarship
For an entering freshman who demonstrates financial need and a strong academic record. The scholarship can be renewed annually for a maximum of three additional, years provided the student can demonstrate financial need and maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.75. Recipients may reapply.

Herbert G. Boldt Memorial Scholarship
For an outstanding student from Bexar County who demonstrates financial need, integrity, scholarship, and extracurricular involvement.

Henry Bonilla Congressional Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving Hispanic entering freshmen that demonstrate academic excellence and financial need.  Can be continued for 3 more years if recipient maintains at least a 2.5 GPA.

Pat Bryan Memorial Scholarship
For an entering freshman from Young County.

Dr. Neil and Mrs. Clarita Fonville Buie Scholarship
For residents of Falls County, Texas, with preference given to Marlin residents and MarlinHighSchool graduates with financial need. In addition, this recipient should have high moral character, demonstrated exceptional leadership skills and a strong academic record.  It may be given to a UT student, regardless of his or her classification as an undergraduate or graduate student.  There is no limit to the number of times a student may be the recipient.

Tomasita Canales Scholarship
For a freshman student preparing for a career in piano performance. Candidates must be recommended by the Music School Chair.

Hazel and Jubilo Clements Memorial Scholarship
Awarded annually to the second-highest scholastically ranked senior at Huntsville High School who has been accepted as an entering freshman at The University of Texas for the following fall.

David A. Conway/Robert E. Lee High School Memorial Scholarship
Available to an entering freshman who has graduated from Robert E. Lee High School of Baytown, Texas. Academic ability, achievement, and high moral character are considered.

Richard De La Paz Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving Hispanic entering freshmen with first preference given to graduates of MillerHigh School in Corpus Christi, Texas that have been admitted to the College of Natural Sciences at the University of Texas at Austin.  If no Natural Sciences majors can be identified, any student from MillerHigh School admitted to UT Austin can receive the award.  The scholarship can be continued for three additional years if the recipient maintains at least a 2.5 grade point average.

De Leon Family Challenge Grant Scholarship
Deserving Hispanic entering freshmen in the College of Education at The University of Texas at Austin.   The scholarship will fund a scholarship for four years of undergraduate study as long as the recipient remains enrolled as a full time UT student in the College of Education and makes satisfactory progress toward his or her degree.

Craig and Andy de Waal Scholarship
For a deserving entering freshman who is a first generation college student. First preference will be given to students who have been employed in high school. The scholarship can be continued for three additional years if the recipient maintains at least a 3.0 grade point average.

Jackson Albert Dudley Memorial Scholarship
For deserving Native Texans who will be entering freshmen, with first preference being given to students who graduate from high schools outside major metropolitan areas in Texas. The scholarship can be continued each year if the recipient maintains satisfactory progress toward his or her degree.

Almetris Marsh Duren Memorial Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving African American entering freshmen with financial need. The scholarship can be received for a total of four years if the recipient maintains at least a 2.5 grade point average.

Mary Ellen Durrett Memorial Scholarship
For an entering freshman, with first preference given to students graduating from Centerville High School in Leon County or Groesbeck High School in Limestone County who are majoring in human ecology. If no eligible students can be found in this preference group, any deserving student majoring in human ecology or natural or social sciences can be considered to receive the award.

Kenneth Ray Edgar Memorial Scholarship
For scholastically exceptional entering freshmen from the Houston (Harris County) area who will study mathematics or science at The University of Texas at Austin.

Steven Wade Elms Memorial Scholarship
For a current or entering student who has made a significant contribution to The University of Texas and/or to the community through charitable and volunteer activities. First preference will be given to students from the Odessa/Midland area. Applicants should exemplify leadership, entrepreneurship, ambition, and strong ties to family and friends. Financial need will also be considered, and recipients may reapply.

Engle Family Foundation Scholarship
For an entering freshman or current UT undergraduate who is a US citizen and resides in a state other than Texas. Recipients can receive the scholarship more than once. Priority will be given to students in the Colleges of Education or Engineering.

ESI/Suder Family Scholarship
For an entering freshman graduate of a Texas high school who demonstrates financial need, academic merit, and is enrolled in UT’s school of business, education or natural sciences. The scholarship can be continued over four years of undergraduate work if the recipient maintains at least a 3.0 grade point average.

TJ Farnsworth Family Scholarship
For deserving entering freshmen who demonstrate academic excellence, leadership skills and financial need. Recipients can receive the scholarship for four years of undergraduate study if they maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.25 and continue to meet the requirement of leadership through extracurricular activities.

Dr. Larry R. Faulkner Challenge Grant Scholarship
African American or Hispanic entering freshmen who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need will be considered for this scholarship.  Preference will be given to chemistry majors. The recipients will be eligible to receive the scholarship for four years of undergraduate work.  To continue the scholarships after the first year, all recipients must earn a minimum grade point average of 2.5.

Anissa M. and Reid F. Friedman Scholarship
For deserving entering freshmen at The University of Texas at Austin.

H. Bascom Funchess Jr. Memorial Scholarship
For outstanding entering freshmen with financial need who have been admitted to the colleges of architecture, business, communication, engineering, liberal arts or natural sciences. First preference will be given to students from Beaumont, Texas. The scholarship can be continued over four years of undergraduate work if the recipient maintains adequate grades.

Eustacio A. Galvan Memorial Scholarship
For graduates from San Benito High School in San Benito, Texas who will be entering freshmen or transfer students at The University of Texas at Austin with first preference given to Hispanic students.  Selection is based on academic achievement and extracurricular involvement.

Bill Garrett Memorial Scholarship
For deserving entering freshmen with first preference given to students graduating from any Waller County Texas high school – Waller High School, Hempstead High School and Royal High School in Brookshire. Special consideration will be given to student majoring in engineering. With a minimum of 2.5 GPA, the scholarship can be continued for another three years.

S.A. and Viola Garza Challenge Grant Scholarship
For outstanding entering freshmen with academic accomplishments and financial need who are both Native Texans and Mexican Americans; one or both parents should also be a Native Texan and a Mexican American.  The student must major in civil or environmental engineering at The University of Texas at Austin.  The scholarship will fund four years of study as long as the recipient remains enrolled as a full time student in civil or environmental engineering and maintains at least a 2.5 grade point average.

Pete Geren Challenge Grant Scholarship in Natural Sciences
For deserving African American or Hispanic entering freshmen in the College of Natural Sciences at The University of Texas at Austin.  Recipients can continue to receive the scholarships for an additional three years as long as they remain enrolled as full time students in the College of Natural Sciences and maintain at least a 2.5 GPA.

John B. Giddens, Jr. Scholarship
Graduates of Clarksville Texas High School are eligible to apply for this scholarship. Students should demonstrate academic excellence, good moral character, financial need, and a willingness to do part-time work while in school. Eligible applicants recommended by a faculty member or administrator of Clarksville ISD will be considered by the Texas Exes Scholarship Committee. A recipient can reapply for the scholarship if he or she earns at least a 3.0 grade point average at the University of Texas. The scholarship could be continued over the course of the student’s undergraduate career.

Albert and Ada Golden Memorial Scholarship
For an entering freshman who demonstrates leadership and has a financial need.

Arthur F. Graf III Scholarship
For entering or continuing students at The University of Texas at Austin who are from Bexar County. Recipients must have financial need and be well-rounded students who have demonstrated excellence in academics. Additionally, they should be active participants in extracurricular activities at school and in their communities.

Paul B. and Linda Sears Gray Memorial Scholarship
For entering freshmen from Comanche, Dublin, or Stephenville High Schools that are in the top 10 percent of their graduating classes.

Connie Garza Griffith Scholarship
For a graduate of a Starr County high school recommended by the superintendent and faculty. Academic achievement, character, leadership, and financial need are considered.

Ronald M. Guinn and Ann Bley Guinn Scholarship
Any undergraduate student of good character, who has evidenced good scholarship and leadership will be eligible to apply for this scholarship. It may be awarded to the same student for more than one year if they are making satisfactory progress toward their degree with at least a 2.5 GPA. First preference will be given to students from the Texas counties of Kimble and Tom Green with additional preference given to those majoring in engineering.

Hardin Family Scholarship
For a deserving entering freshmen at the University of Texas at Austin.

Gladys Whitley Hearst Challenge Grant Scholarship
For a deserving entering Hispanic or African American freshmen at the University of Texas at Austin who is enrolled in the College of Communication.

Jesse B. Heath Scholarship
For a graduate of Madisonville High School who has been accepted as an entering freshman at The University of Texas at Austin. Selection is based on academic excellence, moral character, and financial need. The scholarship is renewable, and recipients may reapply.

Alfred Heidenheimer Scholarship
For a deserving entering student who demonstrates financial need, with first preference given to graduates of Anson High School and second preference given to students from Jones County. The scholarship is renewable, and recipients may reapply.

R.L. Heinrichs Trust/Jamail-Long Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving African American or Hispanic entering freshmen that demonstrate academic excellence and financial need. Can be continued for 3 more years if recipient maintains at least a 2.5 GPA.

Nell and G.P. (Perk) Herndon Scholarship
For an outstanding entering freshman. Financial need will be considered but not required.

Dr. James L. Hill Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving African American students who are entering freshmen at UT Austin and demonstrate academic excellence and financial need.  Recipients are eligible to receive the scholarship for four years of undergraduate work if they maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.5.

Inman Family Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving African American entering freshmen that demonstrate academic excellence and financial need. Recipients are eligible to receive the scholarship for four years undergraduate work if they maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.5.

Amrit L. Jain Memorial Scholarship
For an entering freshman who demonstrates high academic achievement, involvement in extracurricular activities and financial need, and who is admitted to the Cockrell School of Engineering. Recipients must have attended a high school in Alief ISD – Elsik, Hasting, Kerr or Taylor.

Miriam Brown Keeler Scholarship
For entering freshmen, with first preference given to graduates of Cleburne High School. Recipients will be chosen on the basis of scholastic achievement and well-rounded personality, with financial need a third consideration.

Alfred W. and Alma Giddens Kennon Memorial Scholarship
For deserving entering freshmen who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need. Recipients can receive the scholarship for four years of undergraduate study if they maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0.

Deborah Knapp Scholarship
Outstanding entering freshmen from San Antonio who have demonstrated academic merit, volunteer service, and financial need are eligible to receive this award.

Michelle and Konrad Kothmann Scholarship
First preference for entering Freshman from New Trier HS in Winnetka, Illinois. Second preference to any entering student from a Chicago area high school. Only recipients from New Trier HS are eligible to receive this scholarship for up to four years of undergraduate study but must maintain at least a 2.75 GPA.

William Marshall and Larry Wilson Langley Memorial Scholarship
For deserving entering freshmen with financial need, with first preference give to graduates of Austin High School in Austin, Texas. The scholarship may be continued for three additional years of undergraduate study if the student maintains at least a 3.0 grade point average.

Fred E. Lewis Jr./Belton High School Scholarship
This scholarship is for outstanding graduates of Belton High School in Belton, Texas, who are native Texans and will be entering freshmen at The University of Texas at Austin. Financial need will be considered.

Kenneth Lewis Family Challenge Grant Scholarship
This scholarship is for deserving African American or Hispanic entering freshmen at The University of Texas at Austin with preference given to those from the Houston area.

Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long Scholarship
For deserving African American or Hispanic entering UT freshmen who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need. The scholarship will fund four years of undergraduate study as long as the recipient maintains at least a 2.5 grade point average.

Mary Ann “Sandy” Santleben Lunsford Memorial Scholarship
For an outstanding entering freshman from Victoria High School in Victoria, Texas with outstanding academic credentials who requires financial aid to attend The University. Second preference will be given to students from either Yoakum High School in Yoakum, Texas or from St. Joseph High School in Victoria, Texas. The scholarship may be continued over four years at The University of Texas at Austin provided the recipient maintains a 3.0 grade point average.

Salvador and Viola Luna Endowed Scholarship
For an outstanding Hispanic entering freshmen from Houston or Harris County who will be an entering freshman at UT Austin and demonstrates scholarship, leaderhsip and financial need.

Ginny Mandell Memorial Scholarship
For an outstanding entering freshman who has been accepted in the Department of Art and Art History. First preference will be given to candidates nominated by the Chair of the Department of Art and Art History. If no eligible students can be found in this preference group, any deserving entering freshman accepted in the Department of Art and Art History can be considered to receive the award.

Frank and Mollie Maresh Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving Hispanic entering freshmen who are admitted to the McCombs School of Business who plan to declare accounting as their major after 30 hours. The scholarship can be continued for a total of four years if the recipient remains an accounting major and makes satisfactory progress toward his or her degree.

R.W. McKinney Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship was created by the Nacogdoches Texas Exes in the memory of Texas Ex R.W. McKinney. For deserving entering freshmen from Nacogdoches.

Sara May Meriwether Memorial and George K. Meriwether, III/Jamail-Long Challenge Grant Scholarship

For deserving African American or Hispanic entering freshmen in UT’s School of Nursing that demonstrate academic excellence and financial need. Can be continued for 3 more years if recipient maintains at least a 2.5 GPA.

Aubrey A. Mollenhauer Memorial Scholarship
For an entering freshman who demonstrates a genuine desire to complete a degree plan at the University, and who displays integrity, ambition, and good citizenship. Financial need may be a consideration. This scholarship may be renewable, and recipients may reapply.

George O. Nokes Jr. Endowed Scholarship
For a student who has graduated from a Texas public high school, with preference given to students from small high schools in need of financial assistance to attend UT Austin.

Oates Brothers Scholarship
For deserving students who demonstrate financial need, academic achievement and moral character. First preference will be given to entering freshmen or transfer students who are graduates of a Shelby County, Texas high school. Second preference will be given to entering freshmen or transfer students who are graduates of a high school in San Augustine, Panola or Sabine Counties. The scholarship will fund four years of undergraduate study as long as the recipient maintains at least a 2.5 grade point average.

Nan Bennett Outlar Scholarship
This scholarship was established in 1982 by the Wharton County Texas Exes in honor of Mrs. Outlar’s contributions in founding the chapter in the early 1970s. Worthy students from Wharton County are eligible to receive this award.

Bobby Parkinson Scholarship
For an entering freshman who is a native Texan and a graduate of a Texas high school. Selection will also be based on leadership demonstrated through extracurricular activity as well as financial need.

The Parrish Computer Science Scholarship
For a UT freshman who has been accepted into the Turing Scholars Program, an honors program for high-potential undergraduates in Computer Science. Recommended by the chair of the Computer Science Department.

Sonia and Javier Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving Hispanic students who are entering freshmen in UT’s College of Liberal Arts who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need. The scholarship will fund four years of undergraduate study as long as the recipient maintains at least a 2.5 grade point average.

Carol and Jerry Pitts Scholarship
For highly motivated entering freshmen with ambition, integrity, high moral character and financial need. Recipients must be Native Texans majoring in Engineering, Natural Sciences, or Business who finished in the top 25% of their high school class. First preference will be given to graduates of RobertE.LeeHigh School in Midland, Texas with second preference given to graduates of R.L. Paschal High School in Fort Worth, Texas. The award may be continued for three additional years of undergraduate study provided that the recipient maintains at least a 2.5 overall GPA. It will not be used for an athletic scholarship.

Wilbon H. and Mary J. Pulliam Scholarship
For deserving entering freshmen who are Texas residents and graduated from a Texas high school with a minimum 3.0 GPA.

Annette C. Ramey Scholarship
For deserving entering freshmen at The University of Texas at Austin. Recipients must have financial need and be well-rounded students who have demonstrated excellence in academics. The scholarship can be continued for three more years if the recipient maintains a minimum 3.0 GPA.

Beverly R. and Jack P. Randall Family Challenge Grant Scholarship
For a deserving African American male entering freshman engineering major. The recipient is eligible to receive the scholarship for four years of undergraduate work if they maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.5.

Nancy and Mark Reichek Scholarship
For deserving entering freshmen with demonstrated academic and extracurricular accomplishments that have financial need. The scholarship can be continued for three more years provided the recipient maintains satisfactory progress toward his or her degree.

James M. and Marian Hartman Richardson Scholarship
For deserving entering freshmen from a public high school in Gregg County, Texas (Kilgore, Spring Hill, Gladewater, Sabine, Longview, Pine Tree, White Oak) and/or Marion County, Texas (Jefferson) who will attend the University of Texas at Austin and demonstrate academic achievement, character and leadership.

Rio Grande Valley Scholars Program 
For deserving entering freshmen from a high school in Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr, or Willacy County and demonstrates strength in academics, leadership and community service. There is a preference for financial need. The scholarship is renewable provided the recipient is a full-time student and maintains a cumulative 3.0 grade point average.

Robert A. Roberts Family Endowed Scholarship
For an entering freshman student at The University of Texas at Austin with financial need and academic merit. The student can continue to receive the scholarship for up to four years of undergraduate work provided that he/she makes satisfactory progress toward a degree.

William Blake Rodriguez Challenge Grant Scholarship
For a deserving Hispanic entering freshman at The University of Texas at Austin with financial need who has been admitted to Plan II. The Director of Plan II will recommend a recipient or recipients annually to the Texas Exes Scholarship Committee.

Mae Rowland Memorial Scholarship
Entering Freshman from Del Rio High School with academic merit, leadership and financial need.

Jim B. and Gladys James Russell Memorial Scholarship
For an entering freshman of outstanding character, citizenship, and scholastic achievement who also demonstrates financial need. First preference is given to students from the East Texas area of Kilgore, Longview, or Jefferson.

The Susan and Richard Santamaria Scholarship 
For a deserving entering freshman enrolled in The University of Texas at Austin who graduated from a Dripping Springs TX ISD high school.

R.B. and Goldie Easter Miller Senseman Memorial Scholarship
For entering freshmen with demonstrated financial need, academic excellence, and good character.

Senator Florence Shapiro Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving Hispanic or African American entering freshmen with financial need from Plano, Texas. The scholarship can be continued for three additional years if the recipient maintains at least a 2.5 grade point average.

Shiner Brewery Scholarship
For deserving students with financial need who are graduates of Shiner High School or Shiner’s St. Paul High School. Students must be well-rounded with demonstrated leadership and community service as well as participation in extracurricular activities. Work history will also be considered.

Silver Spurs/Joe M. Dealey Memorial Scholarship
For a deserving male entering freshman with demonstrated financial need from an Austin area high school.

The Soper Scholarship
For deserving entering freshmen students from the state of Tennessee who have demonstrated integrity, academic excellence and extracurricular involvement. Preference will be given to those from the counties of Bedford, Cannon, Cheatham, Clay, Coffee, Davidson, DeKalb, Dickson, Fentress, Franklin, Giles, Grundy, Hickman, Houston, Humphreys, Jackson, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Macon, Marshall, Maury, Montgomery, Moore, Overton, Perry, Pickett, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Stewart, Summer, Trousdale, Van Buren, Warren, Wayne, White, Williamson and Wilson.

Susan Eddy Soza and William Soza Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving Hispanic entering freshmen with first preference given to those from Presidio High School in Presidio,Texas. Second preference will be given to graduates of Marfa High School. The scholarship can be continued for a total of four years if the recipient maintains at least a 2.5 GPA.

Star of Texas Fair and Rodeo Scholarship
For entering freshmen. Recipients are eligible to receive the scholarship for four years of undergraduate work if they maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.5.

G. Rankin Starkey Memorial Scholarship
For an entering freshman, with first preference given to a graduate of Tivy High School in Kerrville. Students from Ingram or Center Point High Schools will also be eligible to apply. Based on academic merit and financial need.

Edwin Styron Scholarship
For entering freshmen who show exceptional ability, motivation, and promise of a future leadership role in a chosen field. Must show financial need.

Terrell County Scholarship
For an entering freshman who demonstrates financial need. First preference will be given to students from Terrell County attending the School of Nursing. Second preference will be given to any applicant from Terrell County, and third preference will be for any nursing student.

The Texas Cowboys/Gabriel Higgins Memorial Scholarship
The scholarship will be awarded annually to a deserving entering freshman or currently enrolled sophomore student at The University of Texas at Austin, with selection to be based on outstanding leadership abilities, character, and financial need.

Upshur County Scholarship
For an entering freshman from Upshur County.

Lisa H. Urban and John P. Urban, Jr. Scholarship
For a deserving entering freshman from the Baytown, Texas area with first priority given to those from business or engineering.

Carl C. Welhausen Scholarship
For deserving entering freshmen who are graduates of a Lavaca County high school.

Ben and Beulah Howell White Memorial Scholarship
For entering freshmen who demonstrate academic excellence, financial need and, when possible, an interest in public service. First preference will be given to students from South Austin high schools with second preference from any Austin high school.

Marilyn Marshall White Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving African American or Hispanic entering UT freshmen who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need. The scholarship will fund four years of undergraduate study as long as the recipient maintains at least a 2.5 grade point average.

Eva and Marvin Womack Scholarship
For entering freshmen who are Texas residents with financial need who are majoring in engineering, biochemistry, biology, botany, chemistry, geological sciences, microbiology, physics, or zoology. Academic achievement and leadership are considered. The scholarship can be renewed annually for three additional years if the following are maintained: a minimum academic load of 27 hours over one year; minimum grade point average of 3.0 each semester; major field of study continues to be in the above list; and continued financial need.

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