To apply for these scholarships, you must check “Texas Exes Scholarships” and enter the code onto the scholarship application. Only list the code for the available scholarships in which you meet all criteria listed.
Aleman-Wilson Challenge Grant Scholarship
For current Mexican-American undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Education who demonstrate financial need and currently possess a minimum grade point average of 2.5. The student must have graduated from high school in South Texas, with a strong preference given to students from the following counties: Bee, Brooks, Cameron, Duval, Hidalgo, Jim Hogg, Jim Wells, Kleberg, Starr, Webb and Willacy.
Alpha Phi Omega Memorial Scholarship
For a continuing University of Texas undergraduate student who demonstrates the ideals of leadership, friendship, and service through extracurricular activity. Members of APO are excluded. Selection criteria include service to campus, community, and scouting; minimum of 2.5 GPA; employment while in college; and financial need.
Emily Fields Anderson Memorial Scholarship
For female undergraduate students majoring in Spanish who show academic achievement and financial need. Overall participation in extracurricular activities will be considered.
Marence Daniel “M.D.” Anderson Memorial Scholarship
Code: ESA-MD (UNAVAILABLE FOR 2014-2015)
For an African American male sophomore student with an overall grade point average of 2.5 or better who has demonstrated leadership, community service and/or volunteer activities, scholastic competence, achievement in varsity or intramural sports, and personal honor. The scholarship can be continued for a total of 3 years as long as the recipient maintains a GPA of at least 2.5.
Asian/Asian American Faculty and Staff Association (AAAFSA) Scholarship
For Asian and Asian American undergraduate students who have at least a 3.0 GPA and one year of community service in the Asian community. Academic performance and financial need will be considered. The scholarship can be renewed annually until graduation provided the recipient maintains a 3.0 GPA.
Sam and Ann Barshop Scholarship
Code: ESA-BARSHOP (UNAVAILABLE FOR 2014-2015)
For an African American or Hispanic graduate student from the San Antonio area that is enrolled in the McCombs School of Business. Academic performance and financial need will be considered.
Finn F. and Alma Beatrice Beasley Scholarship
Code: ESA-BEASLEY (UNAVAILABLE FOR 2014-2015)
For current freshmen undergraduates who are graduates of Llano High School who demonstrate academic excellence and financial need.
B. and V. Bhagat Memorial Scholarship
For deserving pre-med students at the University of Texas of Austin.
Mary Hilliard Bickler-Max Hermann Bickler Memorial Scholarship
For a student at the undergraduate level who is pursuing a career in deaf education.
William Reagan Birdwell Jr. Memorial Scholarship
For a current film major at the University of Texas. Applicants with a minimum GPA of 3.0 but not exceeding 3.5. Applicants should be involved on campus and demonstrate leadership, service, and integrity.
For married undergraduate students who are both enrolled full time at UT Austin. Selection will be made from the application of one spouse but benefitting the married couple that is deemed most deserving considering financial need and academic success.
George Boerger Scholarship
For an incoming undergraduate transfer student who demonstrates financial need and a strong academic record. Current UT students are not eligible. 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.
Theresa DeVillier Brown Memorial Scholarship
For a nursing student specializing in cancer-patient care.
Dr. Neil and Mrs. Clarita Fonville Buie Scholarship
For residents of Falls County, Texas, with preference given to Marlin residents and Marlin High School 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.
Manny and Renata Carter Scholarship
Current full-time undergraduate students at the University of Texas at Austin who are native Texans with a minimum 3.5 grade point average who are majoring in international business or Germanic languages are eligible to apply for this scholarship through the Texas Exes regular application process. Financial need will be considered.
Club Sembradores de Amistad Challenge Grant Scholarship
For first-generation Hispanic UT undergraduate students who have completed at least 30 hours at UT with a minimum GPA of 3.0 and are economically disadvantaged. The scholarship can be renewed if the student is enrolled as a full time UT student with at least a 3.0 GPA. Recipients are encouraged to remain in Central Texas after graduation.
Henry Benjamin Decherd and Isabelle Thomason Decherd Scholarship
Code: ESA-DECHERD (UNAVAILABLE FOR 2014-2015)
For a sophomore African American student at the University of Texas at Austin with a 2.5 or higher GPA that has participated in two or more extracurricular activities and demonstrates good character. The scholarship can be received by the same student for 3 years or until graduation.
Teri B. Dismukes Memorial Scholarship
For current students at the University of Texas at Austin who are seeking a degree in social work and have financial need.
Dorothy and Jim Doyle Scholarship
For current UT graduate students in a field of engineering or natural sciences or for current undergraduate students in the College of Liberal Arts who plan to do graduate study in a technical field. Applicants must demonstrate financial need.
Steven Wade Elms Memorial Scholarship
For a current or entering student from the Midland-Odessa area who has made significant contributions to The University of Texas and/or to the community through charitable and volunteer activities. Applicants should exemplify leadership, entrepreneurship, ambition, and strong ties to family and friends. Financial need will also be considered, and recipients may reapply.
Fallen Wrangler Memorial Scholarship
For outstanding members of the Texas Wranglers who personify qualities of leadership, community service, academic achievement, and extracurricular activities.
Reba Daniel Ferrell Scholarship
Code: ESA-FERRELL (UNAVAILABLE FOR 2014-2015)
First preference will be given to female graduates of Blooming Grove High School, Texas, ISD who have completed a minimum of 2 semesters at UT with at least a 2.5 GPA. If there are no qualified candidates from Blooming Grove, any qualifying female students from small rural Texas high school (graduating class of less than 100 students) who have completed a minimum of 2 semesters at UT with at least a 2.5 GPA can apply.
Fetzer Family Memorial Scholarship
For a continuing student at the University of Texas at Austin who graduated from a greater Houston or GulfCoast area high school and is enrolled in the McCombs School of Business.
Ray Fisher Memorial Scholarship
Applicants must be current UT undergraduate students at the sophomore level or above with demonstrated high scholastic ability and financial need.
Betty Cotten Memorial/Flying Longhorns Study Abroad Scholarship
Code: ESA-STUDY ABROAD
For current UT upper division undergraduate students who are US citizens and have been accepted into an official UT study abroad program. Academic excellence and financial need will be considered.
Joe B. Frantz Memorial Scholarship
For deserving junior, senior, or graduate level students who are pursuing scholarly research in the history of Texas, Mexico, and the Southwest.
Michael E. Gammon Memorial Texas Cowboys Scholarship
For a current full time UT junior or senior student from Denton, Texas who demonstrates outstanding leadership, character, financial need and service.
For a current full time undergraduate Liberal Arts major at UT with a minimum 3.4 GPA who works at least 20 hours per week during the academic year.
Earnest and Agnes Gloyna Family Scholarship
For juniors or seniors at The University of Texas who are U.S. citizens with excellent academic records and have demonstrated leadership on campus. The award will alternate between students in the School of Engineering and the other schools and colleges at UT.
Frank I. Guess Memorial Scholarship
For an upper classman or graduate student who is interested in being a coach in any sport in a middle school, high school or college setting. The applicant should be of high character and possess leadership skills. Grades will be a consideration and the applicant should have a strong desire to work with students to not only teach them the skills of the game but also the skills of life. The same student may receive this scholarship more than once, but must compete for it yearly.
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 initial award may be continued through the normal course of studies if the applicant is in financial need and reapplies annually.
Hispanic Faculty and Staff Association Challenge Grant Scholarship
For deserving Hispanic students that are current freshmen or sophomores at UT Austin.
Hispanic Texas Exes/University Co-Op Scholarship
For deserving Hispanic students at The University of Texas at Austin.
For students at The University of Texas at Austin who can verify that they have lost one or bothparents and are active in Christian religious activities. A scanned copy of the death certificate(s) should be attached to an email detailing the circumstances of the death(s) and be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Candice Kim Memorial Scholarship
For an Asian-American upperclassman in the College of Business with a GPA of 3.0 or better; must show financial need. Involvement in campus activities and interest in attending law school will be secondary considerations for selection.
John Madison Kindle Memorial Scholarship
For a graduate student who is registered for and in the process of preparing a graduate thesis or dissertation.
Will Looney Memorial Scholarship
For a graduate student at The University of Texas who received an undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University in College Station. Applicants should demonstrate a passion for life and a desire to better the world. Involvement on campus and a demonstration of leadership, dedication to scholarship, service and integrity will also be taken into consideration. Applicants must be enrolled as full time UT graduate students.
Pat and Jack Maguire Scholarship
For an upper division or graduate student “with a dream…or vision that will make a significant contribution to society for all of us.” Candidates should be at a level of quality that merits recognition of professionals in their chosen field (e.g. publication, performance in the fine arts, etc.).
Lucille Robison Marek and Emil Henry Marek, M.D. Memorial Scholarship
For undergraduate pre-med or education majors with academic merit and financial need.
Dale Miller Government Intern Scholarship
For UT students who secure summer government internships in a capacity that is relevant to their fields of study. Preference will be given to students who demonstrate scholastic achievement. Financial need will also be considered.
Bernice Milburn Moore Scholarship
For a woman undergraduate student, over the age of 30, who attends the University to renew, replenish or enrich the quality of her education.
Betty D. Mortimer Memorial Scholarship
For current UT business students, with first preference given to those from Bexar County. Recipients must be well-rounded students with high academic accomplishment and financial need.
Margaret Nosek Scholarship
For students who will be at the senior, master, or doctoral level in the next academic year. They must certify that they have a disability that causes a significant functional limitation in one or more major life activities. Applicants must provide evidence of ambition to pursue a career in research in any academic area. Preference will be given to traditionally underrepresented groups.
Kenneth Charles Offermann Memorial Scholarship
For an upper division student in the College of Business Administration who demonstrates scholastic achievement and shows financial need.
Foster Parker Memorial Scholarship
For currently enrolled undergraduate students of the school of Business. Selections are based primarily on involvement in activities that benefit the school of Business and the University. Financial need and scholastic achievement will be considered.
Morgan Peppers Memorial Scholarship
For an African American UT Cheerleader or Pom Squad member who demonstrates leadership, great character, a spirit of service, financial need and a minimum GPA of 2.75.
Phanta “Jack” Phoummarath Endowed Scholarship
For a UT student entering their sophomore year at the University of Texas at Austin who will help promote alcohol awareness on campus to educate other students about the dangers of hazing and alcohol abuse. Interested students must apply by March 1 of their freshman year using the online UT Scholarship Application for Continuing and Transfer Students. The recipient must participate as an active member of the University’s Alcohol and Drug Peer Education Program (or subsequent themed program should the formal name change). To receive the scholarship for a second and subsequent years, the student must have effectively participated in UT’s Alcohol and Drug Peer Education Program and be recommended by University Health Services and the Dean of Students Office.
John Russell Raines Memorial Scholarship
For deserving undergraduate marketing majors
Hazel Harrod Ransom Memorial Scholarship
For undergraduate students at the sophomore level or above who are majoring in English, have demonstrated financial need, and have earned an outstanding academic record.
Evelyn and Hugh Reveley Scholarship
For an undergraduate Hispanic, African American, or Native American student with financial need who has completed at least one year of studies at The University of Texas at Austin with an overall grade point average of at least 2.5.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Rountree Endowed Scholarship In Marketing
For students in the school of Business at the junior level or above with a concentration in marketing. Preference is given to students from Central Texas.
Susan N. Sams Scholarship
Code: ESA-SNS (UNAVAILABLE FOR 2014-2015)
An applicant for the SNS endowment must be: (1) a woman, age 18 or older; (2) a single mother; (3) unmarried; (4) a U.S. citizen; (5) enrolled in, or accepted to The University of Texas – Austin; (6) pursuing a first bachelor’s degree; and (7) low and single income.
Richard J.V. Johnson and Mack Stoeltje Friendship Scholarship
For deserving current UT students who are enrolled in the College of Communication, the McCombs School or Business or Civil Engineering.
Patricia Ellen Tapper Soffer Memorial Scholarship
Deserving undergraduate students in the College of Education at the sophomore level or above are eligible to apply. Preference will be given to elementary education majors.
For deserving 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.
Beaumont Stinnett Memorial Scholarship
For an undergraduate student in liberal arts or natural sciences who has attained academic achievement, demonstrates high moral character, has financial need and is from the Texas Panhandle.
Brett Alan Stone Memorial Scholarship
For a current University of Texas undergraduate student who demonstrates financial need, a history and future in community service, and a GPA of at least 3.0. Special consideration will be given to members of the Good Society, members of the Texas Swim team who are recommended by Men’s Intercollegiate Athletics, or Plan II students.
Harriet Boyd Tait Memorial Scholarship in Professional Accounting
For a deserving third year integrated MPA program student in the McCombs School of Business and prioritized as follows: First priority: a qualified applicant who graduated from a high school located in the Rio Grande Valley Counties of Brooks, Cameron, Hidalgo, Jim Hogg, Kenedy, Starr, Willacy, or Zapata. If a deserving student from those counties is not available in any given year, a qualified applicant from any high school in Texas will be selected. Consideration of home-schooled applicants in the priority described should be included. Can be recommended by the Department of Accounting in the McCombs School of Business or by application through the Texas Exes Scholarship annual application process.
Texas Exes Student Chapter Scholarship
For current undergraduates with a minimum 3.0 grade point average who have demonstrated leadership and involvement on the UT campus.
Rose A. de la Vega Memorial Scholarship
For current Hispanic undergraduates majoring in civil engineering in the Cockrell School of Engineering.
Texas Wranglers Scholarship
For a sophomore or junior male who is not a Texas Wrangler and has never received the Texas Wrangler Scholarship. Qualifications in order of importance: has taken an active role as member and officer in University- related organizations; has done volunteer work with charities or other organizations benefiting the community; has provided 50 percent or more of education costs through employment and/or student loans; has maintained a 3.0 or better grade point average; and has been involved in sports, intramurals, or hobbies.
Gene Woodfin Prize
For junior or senior students in the school of Business. Selection is based on overall merit, integrity, leadership ability, ambition, and other indicators of excellence. Upper division and overall grade point averages will be considered in addition to honors, special projects, and activities. Funded by an endowment of The University of Texas System.