Category: Scholarships

Advising Scholarship

Shared on behalf of Academic Counselors Association. Are YOU a student who helps other students? Do YOU dream of being better prepared to tutor, advise, or otherwise assist your peers? Are YOU a complete superhero dedicated to helping others CHANGE

Glenn Maloney Scholarship

The Office of the Dean of Students invites you to apply for the Glenn Maloney Scholarship!   The Glenn Maloney Scholarship is given in memory of Glenn W. Maloney. Glenn served The University of Texas at Austin for 19 years, the last seven

Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship

Shared on behalf of Mexican American and Latina/o Studies Do you aspire to be a researcher? Are you considering graduate study? Do you want to promote diversity at institutions of higher learning? Are you seeking peers and mentors who share

Gilman (Education Abroad) Scholarship

Shared on behalf of Heather Thompson in Education Abroad The Gilman Scholarship supports Pell Grant eligible students seeking to study abroad. UT Austin is consistently a top producer of Gilman Scholars receiving over 60 scholarships a year. On average the

Non-Traditional Student Scholarship

Shared on behalf of The Senate of College Councils Recruitment & Retention Committee To qualify as a non-traditional student, students must be one or more of the following: An external transfer student A veteran A student over the age of

Rapoport-King Thesis Scholarships

The Rapoport-King Thesis Scholarships honor Audre and Bernard Rapoport and Robert D. King, former Dean of the College of Liberal Arts. Audre and Bernard Rapoport of Waco, Texas have provided an endowment that enables the College of Liberal Arts to provide scholarship and

Scholarship Opportunity (Alpha Xi Delta)

The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid received information from an outside scholarship donor regarding the Alpha Xi Delta Scholarship. Any woman attending UT can apply and she does not need to be affiliated with the Alpha Xi Delta chapter

Present at the Undergraduate Research Showcase

The Liberal Arts Council is hosting their annual Undergraduate Research Showcase on April 11, 2020, from 9-3p. This showcase allows students within the college of liberal arts to present their research to a panel of faculty. All participants will receive

McNair Scholars Program

McNair Scholars seeks to increase the number of undergraduate students earning doctoral degree who are low-incomeĀ andĀ first-generation, or who come from communities underrepresented in graduate education. Program participants must be committed to enrolling in graduate programs with an end goal of