Scholarships & Financial Aid offers scholarships for incoming freshman. You may apply for all University level scholarships through the ApplyTexas Application or Coalition application. Students must also submit a Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR) in order to be considered for freshman scholarships. The scholarship deadline for Fall is December 1*.
Your grades are only one of many components considered in the review process. Additional factors for selection include, but are not limited to your leadership, community service, special talents, first generation college status, and academic achievement under difficult circumstances. Some scholarships also have a financial need component.
*If the deadline falls on a weekend, the application will remain open until 11:59 PM (CST) on the following Monday.
As an International student, you may qualify for various programs depending upon your visa status. To determine if you qualify for aid programs, submit the International Student Financial Aid Application (ISFAA) each year. The priority date to submit the ISFAA for financial aid purposes is May 1. Completion of the ISFAA does not guarantee that aid will be awarded. For the purposes of scholarships which require or suggest that an ISFAA be submitted, the ISFAA will need to have been submitted by the time of the application for the applicable scholarship.
Established in 1999, the Century Scholars Program is a partnership between Texas A&M University and 110 under-represented Texas high schools to enroll and retain top students from each school. This program provides both scholarship funds and access to a four-year learning community which strives to help students develop during their time in college. Each scholarship includes a one-time $1000 scholarship to be used for a Texas A&M approved study abroad experience.
Since 1992, the Craig and Galen Brown Foundation (“Brown Foundation”) has partnered with Texas A&M University and the Texas A&M Foundation, providing more than 500 four-year undergraduate scholarships to high achieving, well-rounded high school students who were recognized as National Merit semifinalists and major in STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering, math) or business ('collectively, "Brown Scholars"). In fall 2020, 56 Brown Scholars will be enrolled at Texas A&M University as freshmen.
Beginning with the freshman class enrolled for fall 2020, the Brown Foundation will award additional graduate scholarships and offer unique summer internships combined with its four-year undergraduate Brown Foundation Scholarship which can include:
EnMed Scholarship (joint program awarding M.D./Master in Engineering degrees, four year scholarship)
Houston Methodist Research Institute Summer Internship (ten-week research opportunity)
Global Summer Internship Scholarship with Bray International, Inc.
The Greater Texas Foundation (GTF) Aggie Scholars Program is designed to assist graduates of early college high school programs in attaining their degree from Texas A&M University. The Aggie Scholars Program is funded by the Greater Texas Foundation, a statewide education grant maker, based in Bryan, Texas.
Texas A&M University is consistently ranked among the top universities in the nation for National Scholar enrollment. Texas A&M is pleased to offer scholarship opportunities to College Station fall freshman admits who are identified as one of the best students in the nation, as either a National Merit Semifinalist, National Merit Finalist, or National Recognition Scholar. Students who have multiple designations will only receive the scholarship offer that can lead to the highest valued scholarship package.
First awarded in Fall 2004, the Regents' Scholarship is designed to assist first-generation college students in achieving their educational goals at Texas A&M University. Students who entered fall 2019 or earlier will receive up to $5,000 per year for up to four years. Students entering fall of 2020 or later will receive up to $6000 per year for up to four years.
Howard and Nancy Terry were long-time residents of Houston, where Mr. Terry was successful in a variety of businesses, ranging from banking to oil and gas. In 1986, the Terry family decided to help young people to help themselves by setting up an educational foundation. Mr. Terry had always been grateful for the financial assistance that enabled him to go to college, so they decided to dedicate their time and resources to giving future generations of young people in Texas this same opportunity.
The Texas Armed Services Scholarship (TASSP) has been created to assist promising students from the State of Texas who are committed to education and service. It encourages young leaders to participate in the Texas Army National Guard, the Texas Air National Guard, the Texas State Guard, the United States Coast Guard, the United States Merchant Marine, or to become commissioned officers in any branch of the armed services of the United States. Annually, the governor and the lieutenant governor may each appoint two students, and each state senator and each state representative may appoint one student to receive a conditional TASSP award.