Sul Ross State University Scholarships 2022 - 2023

All scholarship applicants must meet the following criteria:
1. In order to be considered for a scholarship at Sul Ross State University, you must have an application on file in the Admission’s Office.
2. To receive a scholarship you must meet all the requirements for unconditional admission to Sul Ross State University and be in good academic and disciplinary standing, and meet the University’s minimum Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy.
3. Recipients of scholarships must be enrolled as full-time students (12 semester credit hours for undergraduate students and 9 semester credit hours for graduate students).
4. Recipients of Scholarships must submit a thank-you letter to the donor, unless otherwise specified.

All scholarships at Sul Ross State University must meet the following criteria:
1. All scholarships must be awarded on a competitive basis.
2. Scholarship selection criteria may include:
a. The particular qualifications for the scholarship being considered.
b. Scholastic records in high school and colleges or universities attended.
c. Evidence of good moral character and good citizenship.
d. Recommendations from high school and/or college officials.
3. The amount of the scholarship and other financial assistance cannot exceed that provided for in state and federal regulations or, in any case, exceed the estimated cost per year of student expenses as determined by the University through the Office of Financial Aid.
4. If an out-of-state student is the recipient of a competitive scholarship in the amount of $1,000 or more, his/her out-of-state tuition will be waived during the semester or semesters the scholarship is in effect. The scholarship must be administered by a Sul Ross State University Scholarship Committee
5. No person shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under, any program or activity sponsored by Sul Ross State University on any basis prohibited by applicable law, including, but not limited to, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability.

Before a student will be admitted to Sul Ross State University, the following items must be on file in the Admission’s Office:
1. Application for Admission.
2. An official secondary school transcript with date of graduation and rank in class recorded or an official copy of GED certificate. Transfer students: Official transcripts from all colleges and universities attended.
3. Official scores for the American College Test (ACT) or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT).

1. Application for Admission.

2. Official transcripts reflecting all college work attempted and degree(s) conferred should be on file in the Admission’s Office.

3. Any documentation required by the major department. This documentation may include the GRE, GMAT, GRE Subject Examination, Professional Certifications, etc. Check with the department in which you plan to seek a degree.

Undergraduate students are classified according to the number of
semester credit hours completed:

0 – 29 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Freshman
30 – 59 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sophomore
60 – 89 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Junior
90 or more . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Senior

Financial Need is determined by factors established by the U. S. Department of Education through a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).

Alpine Scholarships List

DEADLINE FOR ALL SCHOLARSHIPS: FEBRUARY 15, 2022 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
New Students are encouraged to apply by January 1, 2022
Award amounts and number of recipients vary based on available funds.
Not all scholarships may be awarded

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

President’s Endowed University Scholars Program
Bar-SR-Bar
Charles Chambers
Stringfellow Memorial
Davidson Memorial
Neville Haynes Memorial

All

Freshmen

25 ACT/1150 SAT, academic seal on High School Transcript.
References and an essay are required. References will be contacted.
Successful ongoing participation in SRSU Honors Program.

Freshman Leadership Program
Charlie & Bea Boyles
Ola Fay Bettesworth
Raymond & Lucile Morgan
Richardson-Newell-Sohl

All

Freshmen

References and an essay are required.
References will be contacted.

– San Antonio Livestock Exposition

RAS

Freshmen

Texas Resident.
References and an essay are required.

References will be contacted.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Sul Ross State University Honors Program

All

Undergrads

Entering freshmen: the top 10% of their High School graduating
class, or a score of 23 or better on the ACT/1200+ on the Evidence-
Based Reading and Writing (EBRW) and mathematics sections of
the SAT . Transfer or continuing students: 3.3 GPA/3.5 GPA in
honors classes. Participation in the Honors Program and essay
required.

Bertha Irene Harrell

Alpha Chi Members

Undergrads

Active in the Texas Chi Chapter of Alpha Chi.

Gene & Lucille Hendryx Alpha Chi

Alpha Chi Members

Undergrads

Member of Texas Chi Chapter of Alpha Chi at SRSU. Need Based*

The Texas State University System Foundation established the Edmund P. Kuempel Scholarship Program to provide financial assistance to worthy and deserving
students, to encourage academic excellence, and to recognize student leadership and achievements. Through this program, students in any undergraduate degree
program at any TSUS component school may receive financial assistance to help complete their degrees. Deadline: December 1, 2021.

DEADLINE FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP IS DECEMBER 10TH ANNUALLY

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Edmund P. Kuempel Scholarship Program

All

Undergrads

Be accepted at SRSU. Student must be enrolled in a course of study
which results in an academic degree. Candidate must have
satisfactorily completed 12 hours of course work at an accredited
institution with a GPA of at least 3.5. If accomplished at a non-Texas
State University System school, completed course work must be
transferrable to the TSUS constituent institution. The candidate
must submit a short essay (no longer 800 words) including a
statement of the candidate’s goals and reasons for pursuing the
degree. The candidate must be a U.S. citizen and a resident of the
state of Texas. The candidate must not have received the scholarship
previously.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

AEP Texas

All

Undergrads

U.S. States citizen. Customer of the company who uses AEP Texas
line service or be a child of an AEP Texas customer for a yr or
more. Certification from an AEP company official is required.
Please upload your certification via scholarship portal by
applying for this scholarship. Beginning freshman must be fully
admitted; continuing student: maintain a 2.5 GPA or better.
Enrolled at least 6 SCH. May or may not qualify for any other
financial assistance because of personal and/or economic
circumstance.

Alfred W. Negley Memorial

All

Juniors, Seniors, Grads

3.0 GPA. Evidence of high potential for leadership. High moral
character. High motivation to be of service to society. No
suspension or probation on the academic record. Jrs., & Srs. Must
be enrolled in 15 SCH, grad students must enroll in 12 SCH.

Alice Cowan

All

Juniors, Seniors, Grads

3.0 GPA.

American Legion Big Bend “Post 79″ of Alpine

All

Undergrads, Grads

Preference will be given to son, daughter, or grandchild of a
Veteran. Veteran’s proof required; apply and upload proof
through scholarship application portal.

Annie Bird Memorial

All

Undergrads

Non-traditional student. Preference given (in order) to widows,
widows with dependent child or children, or students at least 28
years of age. Please apply and upload – a written statement
indicating you are a widow; if you are a widow with a
child/children please provide their names and DOB through the
scholarship application portal. Must be full-time. Beginning
students must be unconditionally admitted. Continuing students
must have a 2.75 GPA.

Anna D. Linn Memorial

All

Undergrad

Freshman and transfer students (<12 credit hours): unconditionally
admitted. Continuing students: 2.5 GPA.

Baldemar & Araceli B. Garza

All

Juniors, Seniors

Must be Graduates from a H igh School in Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr
or Willacy Counties with preference given to Starr County students
first. Applicant must be full time. Must have a GPA of 3.0.

Baptist Student Ministry

All

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

Must be fully admitted. Must be enrolled in at least 12 credits
hours. 2.0 GPA. Must be a member of the Baptist Student Ministry
Organization. Preference may be given to applicants with a
demonstrated Financial need and applicants that come from a
Single Parent household. Please indicate on your scholarship
application that you come from a Single Parent household.

Belknap

All

Undergrads

Must be a U.S. citizen. New students (<12 credits hours): 75%
average on high school work. Returning students: cumulative 2.5
GPA. At least one half of the scholarships each year shall be
awarded to graduates of high schools located in Jeff Davis County.
Recipients must have successfully completed, or agree to complete,
during the first semester of the award, 3 hours of Communication,
Journalism, or Political Science.
Need Based*

Betty & John Dow Harris Humanitarian

All

Undergrads

U.S. citizen. M us be unconditionally admitted. Prefer geology,
science or agricultural field majors. Need Based*

Billy G. Golden Memorial

All

Undergrads

Must be at least 23 years of age, and/or married, and/or have
children, and/or be a U. S. M ilitary Veteran. Please apply and
upload – proof you are either married, and/or have children
(including their name(s) and DOB), and/or U.S. Military
Veteran through the scholarship application portal. Must be
fully admitted; returning students must have at least 2.5 GPA.

Centennial School

All

Undergrads

Entering freshman must have graduated in the top 50% of their HS
graduating class, be unconditionally admitted, and be full-time.
Continuing students must have at least a 2.5 GPA and enrolled fulltime.

Charles B. David

All

Undergrads

Must be fully admitted, if a returning student, must be have 2.5 GPA.

Charles Lake & Winnie Lee Gore Edmonson Memorial

All

Undergrads

Must be full-time. Beginning freshman must be unconditionally
admitted. Returning students must have an overall grade point
average of 2.5 GPA.

Dr. D .J. Sibley, Jr.

All

Undergrads

Beginning freshman and transfer students must be fully admitted.
Continuing students must be in good academic and disciplinary
standing.

Doris & Bryan Wildenthal

All

Seniors

(Spring only award) Student scheduled to graduate in May with
75% of course work completed at SRSU. Active in extracurricular
activities.

Elsa C. & Leo G. Dominguez

All

Undergrads

Preference given to Alpine or Marfa High School graduates.
Beginning freshmen must be fully admitted. Continuing students;
2.5 GPA. If incoming Alpine or Marfa High School graduate is
selected, they shall be announced at the appropriate High School
graduation.

Elvia Duran Alvarado

All

Juniors, Seniors

Preference will be given to graduates of Marfa High School. 3.0 GPA.

Floyd H. Neill, Jr.

All

Undergrads

3.5 GPA.

Harry & Anna Lister Memorial

All

Undergrads

Must be a member of the SRSU Newman Club. Continuing
students: 2.5 GPA. Freshman must be unconditionally admitted.
Need Based*

Harry & Anna Lister Memorial Scholarship for Victims of Domestic Violence

All

Undergrads

Full-time student. Freshman must be unconditionally admitted.
Continuing students must be in good academic and disciplinary
standing. Prefer spouses who are victims of domestic violence or
dependent Children of victims of domestic violence. Two
recommendations required and uploaded to the scholarship
application portal. One from Director of a Family Crisis
Center, one from president of the Board of a Family Crisis
Center or comparable agency.

John G. & Evelyn G. Prude

All

Undergrads

Full-time undergraduate. Beginning freshman must be ranked in the
top 25% of their graduating class and have standardized test scores
greater than or equal to: 1050 SAT or 25 ACT. Continuing
students: 3.0 GPA.

Juan N. & Elisa U. Franco

All

Undergrads

Preference will be given to majors in Mathematics and to graduates
of Fort Hancock, Texas High School. Graduates from the following
High Schools are eligible: Tornillo, Fabens, Dell City, Sierra
Blanca, Clint, Van Horn, Marfa, Alpine, Presidio, Fort Davis,
Balmorhea, Pecos and other small towns in West Texas. Beginning
freshman must be fully admitted. Returning students: 2.5 GPA.

Ken Batchelor

All

Sophomores, Juniors

Texas State resident. 3.3 GPA. Prefer Business Administration and
Computer Science majors. Additional preference given to students
involved in campus-sponsored activities and/or sports. Need Based*

Kenneth Peters Memorial

All

Undergrads

Full-time resident student. Beginning freshman must be
unconditionally admitted. Continuing students: 3.0 GPA

Lucy Rede Franco

All

Freshmen

Must be an incoming freshman with a 2.5 GPA or better enrolled
full-time and Presidio High School graduate.

Lutcher Lynn Palmer Memorial

All

Undergrads

First preference will be given to entering freshman graduating from
Grandfalls-Royalty, Ira, or Snyder High Schools majoring in
Elementary Education or Music. Second preference will be given to
entering freshman graduating from Grandfalls-Royalty, Ira, or
Snyder High Schools majoring in other academic programs. Thrid
preference will be given to continuing students from Grandfalls-
Royalty, Ira, or Snyder High Schools. Fourth preference will be
given to other undergraduate students. Beginning freshman must be
unconditionally admitted, enrolled full-time. Continuing students
must maintain at least a 3.0, enroll full-time. Need based*

M.S. and Meek Lane Doss

All

Undergrads

Preference will be given to students who are graduates of a high
school located in Western Texas, or graduates of a high school
located in Southeastern New Mexico. Beginning freshman must be
fully admitted. Continuing students must be in good academic and
disciplinary standing. Need Based*

Manuel G. And Rebeca V. Soza

All

Undergrads

Must be a Presidio High School graduate. Beginning freshman:
fully admitted. Continuing student: 2.5 GPA.

Mary Moll Jennings

All

Undergrads

Full-time. Must have graduated from an accredited public or private
high school from within any state in the U.S. and have been a
resident of that particular state for a period of not less than five
years. Beginning freshman or transfer student with (<12 credit
hours) must have graduated in the top 25% of their graduating class
and be unconditionally admitted. Continuing students: 3.0 GPA.
Grad students: unconditionally admitted, and in good academic and
disciplinary standing. Need Based*

McMillan-Wilson

All

Juniors, Seniors, Grads

Preference will be given to graduates of Alpine High School. Must
have completed 60 hours of course work and have a 2.5 GPA.

Non-Traditional Student (NOTS)

All

Undergrads, Grads

Preference will be given to U.S. Citizens. At least 23 years old,
and/or married, and/or have children, and/or a veteran. Please
apply and upload through the scholarship application portal –
proof you are either married, and/or have children (including
their name(s) and DOB), and/or U.S. Military Veteran. Fulltime
student with 3.0 GPA, good academic and disciplinary status.
Cannot be on academic or disciplinary probation. Must demonstrate
leadership qualities and be active in campus affairs. Student must
not have accepted another scholarship awarded by Sul Ross for the
semester award is made.

Norm Cash Memorial

All

Undergrads

3.0 GPA.

Petro Amigos Supply, Inc.,

All

Undergrads

To maintain diversity within the student population, preference will
be given to students based on race, sex, financial need or rural
isolation. Must be unconditionally admitted. Continuing students:
2.75 GPA. Beginning freshman: a score of 800 or above combined
verbal and math score on the SAT or the equivalent ACT score.
Must be an undergraduate majoring in an academic discipline
which supports the Petroleum Industry.

President’s Access Initiative – Tier 1

All

Freshmen

Graduated top half of class with acceptable score on the SAT/ACT.

President’s Access Initiative – Tier 2

All

Freshmen

Graduated top half of class from Marfa, Fort Davis, Fort Stockton,
Alpine, Presidio, Marathon High School.

President’s Access Initiative – Tier 3

All

Transfers

Transfers from community colleges. Minimum Cumulative 2.5
GPA. Must have at least 30 transferable hours and be TSI complete
in reading, writing, and math.

Raymond C. Wheat & Edna Mae Moss

All

Undergrads

3.0 GPA.

Raymond and Lucyle Sublett Memorial

All

Undergrads

Single parent with one or more dependent children. Please apply
and upload through the scholarship application portal – a
written statement indicating you are a single parent with one or
more dependents (include their name and DOB). Enrolled at
least ½ time. Entering freshman must be unconditionally admitted.
Continuing students must be in good academic and disciplinary
standing. Need Based*

Ray and Frances LaBeff Memorial

All

Undergrads

Beginning freshman must be unconditionally admitted. Continuing
students: 3.0 GPA. Must be a graduate of an accredited High
School in Brewster County, Texas. Must be a enrolled full-time.

Regents

All

Undergrads

First-generation student. Please apply and upload through the
scholarship application portal – a statement that indicates you
are a first-generation student. Beginning freshman must be fully
admitted. Continuing students: 2.5 GPA.

Richard W. Beck & Elsie R. Beck

All

Undergrads

Must be enrolled full-time. Beginning freshman must be
unconditionally admitted. Continuing students: 2.5 GPA.

Rodolfo T. & Sylvia M. Urby

All

Undergrads

Fully admitted. Enrolled full-time. Must have at least a 2.0 GPA.
Preference will be given to graduates of a Del Rio, TX high school.
Need Based*

Shannon Bonham Memorial

All

Freshmen

Graduate of Fort Stockton High School, learning disabled student
during grades 9-12. Prefer community involvement, leadership,
and compassion for others.

Southwest Texas Gas Corporation

All

Undergrads, Grads

Graduate of Alpine, Balmorhea, Fort Davis, or Marfa High School.
Need Based*

Strauser Seales

All

Undergrads

2.8 GPA. Enrolled at least 9 hours. Must be first generation college
student. Need Based*

Student Deposit

All

Undergrads

2.5 GPA. Texas resident. Need Based*

Sul Ross State University Alumni Association

All

Undergrads, Grads

Must be a descendant or relative, by blood or adoption, of an
alumni of SRSU. Provide dates in which the alumni attended
SRSU. Must be a full-time student. Beginning freshman must be
unconditionally admitted; continuing undergraduates: 2.5 GPA or
better, continuing graduates: 3.0 GPA or better.

Sul Ross Women’s Organization

All

Juniors, Seniors

Must be full-time with at least a 3.0 GPA. Transfers: must have
completed at least 15 SCH at SRSU. Please apply and upload a
copy of approved degree plan through the scholarship
application portal.

Texas Cowboy Poetry Gathering

All

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

2.5 GPA. Undergrads/3.0 GPA graduates. Prefer Trans-Pecos area
working cowboys, including day workers. Please apply and
upload through the scholarship application portal – a written
statement that you are a Trans-Pecos area working cowboys,
including day workers.

Thomas M. Connor

All

Juniors, Seniors

2.0 GPA. Texas resident.

Ted & Von Dean Lawson Memorial Scholarship
This scholarship is made available to Sul Ross
by the PBA Foundation. The Permian Basin Area
Foundation is a community foundation that provides
other scholarship opportunities. For more
information visit:
www.pbaf.org.

All

Undergraduates seeking a Bachelor’s

New students: fully admitted. Returning students: 2.5 GPA. This
scholarship is renewable upon maintaining a 2.5 GPA. Preference
will go to students from the following counties: Andrews,
Brewster, Borden, Crane, Crockett, Dawson, Ector, Gaines,
Glasscock, Howard, Jeff Davis, Loving, Martin, Midland, Pecos,
Presidio, Reagan, Reeves, Terrell, Upton, Ward, Winkler.

Tom and Evelyn Linebery Memorial

All

Undergrads

Beginning freshman must be unconditionally admitted. Continuing
students: 2.0 GPA. Demonstrated leadership abilities and evidence
of probable academic success.

Truman & Joanne Spoon Athletic Training

All

Undergrads, Grads

3.0 GPA. Must be student or graduate assistant athletic trainer.

William H. Pitt/Charles Mallory

All

Juniors, Seniors

3.0 GPA. References and an essay are required.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Alpine High School Ex-Students

All

Undergrads

Alpine High School graduate with evidence of leadership.

Alpine Evening Lion’s Club

All

Undergrads

Alpine High School graduate. Beginning freshman must be
unconditionally admitted and enrolled full-time. Continuing
students must be in good academic and disciplinary standing and
enrolled full-time.

Alpine Noon Lion’s Club

All

Freshmen

Alpine High School graduate in the top 50% of the class. Children
of members preferred. Please indicate on the application that you
are a child of Noon Lion’s Club Member. Must be enrolled full
time.

Alpine Rotary Club

All

Undergrads

Alpine High School graduate. Entering freshmen or transfer
students with ≤ 12 SCH must be unconditionally admitted and
ranked in the top 25% of their high school graduating class.
Continuing students: 2.75 GPA.

Edith Brown Marsh Memorial

All

Undergrads

Alpine High School graduate. Freshmen and Transfers must be
fully admitted. Continuing students: 2.5 GPA.

Flora L. Daugherty

All

Undergrads

Female graduate of Alpine High School. HS Seniors must be in
upper 50% of all students who take the ACT or SAT tests and have
a 3.0 for entire high school record. Continuing students: 3.0 GPA.
Need Based*

Jill Marie Stice Memorial

All

Undergrads

Must be a Range Animal Science major. Graduate of Alpine HS.
Beginning freshmen must be fully admitted. Continuing students:
2.5 GPA and have received the award in the previous year.

Kiwanis Club

All

Undergrads

Alpine High School graduate. Beginning freshmen or transfer
students with ≤ 12 SCH must be unconditionally admitted and
ranked in the top 25% of their high school graduating class.
Continuing students: 2.75 GPA. Must be enrolled full-time.

M. Abelardo Baeza

All

Undergrads

Must be graduate of Alpine High School. Preference will be given
to Mexican American Studies student. Beginning students: must be
fully admitted to SRSU. Continuing students: must be in good
standing and have an overall 3.0 GPA.

Peter Garcia Memorial

All

Undergrads

Alpine High School graduate. Beginning freshman must be fully
admitted. Continuing student: 2.5 GPA.

Pilot Club of Alpine, Inc.

All

Juniors, Seniors

3.0 GPA. Alpine High School graduate with 60 sch, 15 at SRSU.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

A.J. Bierschwale Memorial

ANRS

Grads

Beginning grads must be unconditionally admitted. Continuing
grads: 3.0 GPA.

ANRS & Rodeo Exes Association Academic

ANRS

Undergrads

Beginning students must be unconditionally admitted and must
enroll full-time. Continuing students must have a 3.0 GPA and
must enroll full-time. Must major or minor in an ANRS program.

Barton H. Warnock Memorial Natural Resource
Management

ANRS

Undergrads

Must be full-time student. Beginning students must be
unconditionally admitted. Continuing students: 2.5 GPA. Prefer
Natural Resource Management with Range Management
concentration major from the Trans-Pecos Region.

Bedford & Mildred McClinton Memorial

ANRS

Undergrads, Grads

Beginning freshman must be fully admitted. Returning students: 3.0
GPA.

Charlie & Bea Boyles Equine Science

ANRS

Undergrads

2.0 GPA. Prefer Equine Science major.

D.J. Sibley

NRM

Grads

Master’s level students enrolled/participating in: Natural Resource
Management/Borderlands Research Institute or Geology/Rio
Grande Research Center.

Donald Randolph Sugarek Memorial

ANRS

Undergrads

Entering freshmen and transfers must be unconditionally admitted.
Continuing students must have a 2.5 GPA or better. Preference will
be given to qualifying students who also demonstrate unmet
financial need and/or participate in University-recognized
extracurricular activities.

“Dubble E” Turner Memorial

ANRS

Undergrads

Must be enrolled full-time.

Gilbert A. & Laura P. Schmidt Agricultural and Natural Resource Sciences

ANRS/NRM

Undergrads

Freshmen must be fully admitted. Continuing students: 2.75. Must
be enrolled full-time. Preference to graduates of Blanco, Kimble or
Gillespie County High Schools.

Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo

ANRS

Undergrads

3.0 GPA. Texas resident majoring in agriculture.

Jill Marie Stice Memorial

ANRS

Undergrads

Beginning freshman must be fully admitted. Continuing students:
2.5 GPA. Prefer Equine Science major and Alpine High School grad.

Joe Timmerman Memorial

ANRS

Undergrads, Grads

Entering freshman must be fully admitted. Continuing students: 2.5
GPA. Graduate students can only be considered if they graduated
from a high school in Reeves County and have a 3.0 GPA. Must be
enrolled full-time. Prefer Reeves County High School grad.

Kacy B. Crain Memorial

NRM

Juniors, Seniors

3.0 GPA. Must be enrolled full-time.

King Jr. & Becky Terry

NRM

Juniors, Seniors

2.5 GPA. Must be a Range Management or Conservation Biology
Major.

NSDAR Centennial

ANRS

Undergrads

U.S. citizen, active in community service. Must be enrolled fulltime.
Need Based*

Natural Resource Management

ANRS

Undergrads

_

Rene Villarreal Memorial

ANRS

Undergrads

Admitted unconditionally. Must have completed at least one
semester at SRSU and have an overall 3.0 GPA. U.S. citizen,
declared Meat Science or Meat Technology major one semester at
SRSU.

Robert P. “Robo” Cross Memorial

ANRS

Undergrads

Must be enrolled full-time. Beginning freshman must be
unconditionally admitted. Continuing students: 3.0 GPA.
Preference given to students of single-parent families. Need Based*

Virginia Matthews Law

ANRS

Grads

Admitted to M.S. Range and Wildlife Management degree
program. 3.0 GPA. Preference given to U.S. Citizens or permanent
resident and a resident of Texas, focus on wildlife of Chihuahuan
Desert Borderlands region, recipients of Brewster County.

West of the Pecos Cattlewomen’s

ANRS

Juniors, Seniors, Grads

Must be enrolled full-time. 3.0 GPA. Prefer female ANRS majors.

Zuzu Verk Memorial

ANRS

Juniors, Seniors

Natural Resource Management majors with at least a 3.0
GPA. Preference given to transfer students.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

George J. Merriman, III Memorial

LASS

Undergrads

Beginning freshmen must be unconditionally admitted and
graduated in the top 25% of their high school class. Continuing
students: 3.0 GPA. Prefer English and History majors. Enroll fulltime,
preferably 15 hours. Need Based*

Henry Bertrand, Jr., Memorial

English, Theatre, Communication, Political Science

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

3.0 GPA

Mr. & Mrs. Otis Scales and Mr. & Mrs. Shirley Scales

All

Undergrads

Freshmen and transfer students must be fully admitted. Continuing
students: 2.5 GPA. Preference will be given to full-time student
majoring in English and/or Music.

Robert P. Amacker Memorial

Geology, Chemistry, Mathematics

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

3.0 GPA. Geology, Chemistry, or Mathematics Major or Minor.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Clifford B. Casey

History

Undergrads, Grads

Undergrads – 3.0 GPA. Grads – Must have a satisfactory score on
the GRE, a GPA of 3.0 in the last 60 hours of course work in their
undergraduate degree program, and a GPA of 3.0 in prior history
course work.

Ernest C. Shearer Memorial

History

Undergrads

Must show promise as a history student. Must have completed at
least one semester at SRSU.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Barton H. Warnock Memorial

Biology

Undergrads, Grads

Must be enrolled full-time. Entering freshmen must be ranked in
the top 50% of their graduating class and have a 20 ACT/920 SAT.
Continuing students: 3.0 GPA. Grad students: must have been
fully admitted or have scored at least 850 on GRE (verbal and
quantitative); must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on last
6 hours of undergrad work.

Biology Excellence Fund

Biology

Undergrads

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Dow & Roberta Puckett

Biology

Juniors, Seniors

3.5 GPA.

Dr. A. Michael Powell

Biology

Grads

3.5 GPA. Working on a thesis in plant studies, focusing on plants
of the Trans-Pecos Region.

James F. Chadwick Jr.

Biology

Undergrads, Grads

3.0 GPA enrolled in at least 12 hours.

Madden and Gladys Read Memorial

Biology

Grads

Must be full-time grad working toward a Master of Science in
Biology. Preference will be given to applicants whose primary
emphasis of study is Botany. Beginning grads must be fully
admitted. Continuing: 3.0 GPA. Need Based*

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Business Administration Endowment

Business

Undergrads, Grads

_

Jason Wesley Morgan Memorial

Business

Juniors, Seniors

Prefer Alpine High School graduates.

R.E. “Dick” Morrow and Bill Moss Memorial

Business Administration

Undergrads

2.5 GPA. Prefer children of employees of Valley Distributors and
Permian Distributors and must be a graduate of a High School in
Brewster, Jeff Davis, Loving, Pecos, Presidio, Reagan, Reeves,
Terrell, Upton, Ward, or Winkler County. Please apply and
submit a written statement that you are a child of an employee
of Valley Distributors or Permian Distributors through the
scholarship application portal. Must be enrolled full-time.
Beginning freshmen must be unconditionally admitted. Continuing
students: 2.5 GPA.

West Texas National Bank Business Administration

Business Administration

Undergrads

Full-time resident student. New students (> 12 hrs):
unconditionally admitted, 20 ACT/1020 SAT. Continuing
students: 3.0 GPA.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Computer Science Development

Computer Science

Undergrads

Beginning freshmen must have a 23 ACT or 1000 SAT.
Continuing students must have a 3.0 GPA.

Gary W. Measures Memorial Computer Science

Computer Science

Juniors, Seniors

Overall 3.0 GPA and a 3.0 GPA in Computer Science major or minor.

Mary L. Bryan Mathematics

Math

Undergrads

Must be a Math major or minor, must have completed nine or more
hours of mathematics including University Algebra, Trigonometry,
and Introductory Calculus and have a 3.1459 overall GPA and 3.3
in Mathematics.

Mathematics Excellence

Math

Undergrads

3.0 GPA. Must be enrolled in or have prior credit for a course at or
above the level of Math 1315, 1316, or 1310. Math or computer
science major. 500 word essay required. Please apply and
submit the essay through the scholarship application portal.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Capt. James B. Gillett Memorial

Criminal Justice

Juniors, Seniors

3.0 GPA. No criminal convictions which would disqualify
applicant from employment I law enforcement. Must have high
moral character and citizenship. Sincere interest in law
enforcement. 500 word essay discussing your future goals in law
enforcement and describe your moral character and citizenship
and three letters of recommendation required. Please apply and
submit through the scholarship application portal.

Law Enforcement Association

Criminal Justice

Undergrads

2.5 GPA. Must be enrolled full-time. Must not be receiving or have
received in the prior academic year any other scholarship from the
Criminal Justice Department at SRSU.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Environmental Science Development

Environmental Science

Undergrads

Beginning freshmen must have graduated in the top 50% of their
class and have a 20 ACT/920 SAT. Continuing students must have
a 3.0 GPA. Need Based*

Bill & Elizabeth Winter Geology

Environmental Science/Geology

Undergrads, Grads

Must be a graduate geology major or an undergraduate geology or
environmental science major or minor. Undergrad: 3.0 GPA with a
3.0 Geology GPA. Grad: must have a satisfactory score on the
GRE, a GPA of 3.0 in last 60 hours of undergrad course work, and
a 3.0 GPA in prior geology course work.

David M. Rohr Geology

Geology

Undergrads, Grads

Must be a member of the SRSU Geological Society. Preference will
be given to majors and minors in Geology. Must have an overall
GPA of 3.0 with a Geology GPA of 3.0. Must have completed at
least 11 hours of geology.

James G. Houston Chemistry

Chemistry

Juniors, Seniors

3.0 GPA.

Joseph B. Dishron Geology

Geology

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors, Grads

For undergrads: Must have completed 11 hours or more of geology.
Overall 3.0 GPA/ 3.0 GPA in geology
For grads: Must have completed at least 9 grad-level credits.
Cumulative 3.0 GPA as undergraduate. 3.5 GPA as grad.

W.N. McAnulty Geology Merit

Geology

Undergrads, Grads

Must have completed 8 hours of geology study.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Alonzo G. Vasquez and Mary Urias

Education

Juniors, Seniors, Grads

Undergrad: 2.5 GPA. Must be seeking Teacher Certification.
Grad: Must be seeking a Master’s degree in Education.

Dr. Barbara N. Stone

Education

Juniors, Seniors

2.0 GPA. Full-time enrollment

Elisabeth Prude Longbotham

Education

Seniors

Graduate of High School in West Texas. 3.5 GPA.

Graham/Aldridge Counselor Education

Education

Grads

Guidance and counseling majors.

James “Ace” Amos Memorial

Education

Undergrads

Enrolled full-time resident seeking a Baccalaureate degree with
elementary, secondary, or all level teacher certification. Beginning
freshman must be unconditionally admitted. Continuing students:
3.0 GPA. Jrs. & Srs. must be admitted to the Teacher Education to
receive the award.

John D. & Elizabeth Moorman Palmer

Education

Undergrads, Grads

Undergraduates: fully admitted to the Teacher Education Program.
Graduates: Enrolled in a program leading to teacher certification,
endorsement, or master’s degree.
Undergrads: 2.75 GPA. Grads: 3.0 GPA.

Lydia Dittmar Rawlings Carpenter Memorial

Education

Undergrads

Must be a declared Interdisciplinary Studies major seeking teacher
certification. Preference will be given to graduates of any Texas
High School. Entering freshman must be unconditionally admitted.
Sophomores: 2.5 GPA during the freshman year and be in good
disciplinary standing to be eligible for the award in the Sophomore
year. Jrs. & Srs. must be fully admitted to the Teacher Education
Program and have at least a 2.5 GPA.

Mary Evelyn Highsmith Memorial

Education

Grads

Bachelor’s degree with teacher certification, actively engaged in
teaching. Must take at least 6 hours.

Mary Loeffler Memorial

Education

Undergrads, Grads

Admitted into Special Education Certification Program. Must be
enrolled full-time. May be renewed if student maintains a minimum
cumulative GPA of 3.5

Mathew Todd Coleman Memorial

Education

Undergrads, Grads

Fully admitted to the Teacher Education Program. Preference will
be given to graduate students who are Special Education Majors.

McEachern

Education

Undergrads

Entering freshmen must be unconditionally admitted and maintain
2.0 GPA during their Freshman year to be eligible for Sophomore
year. M aintain a 3.0 GPA after Freshman year to maintain award.
Admitted to the Teacher Education Program to receive award for
junior and senior years. M ust be seeking a Baccalaureate degree,
with elementary, secondary, or all level teacher certification. Need
Based*

Patsy H. Webb Teacher Education

Elementary Education

Seniors

3.0 GPA. Meet all requirements for teacher education.

Richard & Bernadine Gibson

Education

Undergrads

Entering freshmen must be unconditionally admitted. Continuing
students: 3.0 GPA. First preference will be given to graduates of a
Reeves, Andrews or Martin County high schools or whose legal
residence is within Reeves, Andrews or Martin County.

Vally Johnson/Metha Sprinkle Education

Elementary Education

Seniors

Meet all requirements for teacher education.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Alpine Gallery Night

Art

Undergrads

Beginning students must be fully admitted. Continuing students:
2.5 GPA. Must be enrolled full-time.

Cara Ann Horton Memorial

Art

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

2.5 GPA.

Dan Blocker-Freda Gibson Powell

Theatre

Undergrads, Grads

_

Dorothy Haines Music

Music

Undergrads

3.0 GPA

Elizabeth Keefer Boatright Art

Art

Undergrads, Grads

2.75 GPA (3.0 GPA in Art).

Laura A. Eaves

Art

Undergrads, Grads

_

Mary E. Thain Memorial Art Endowment

Art

Undergrads, Grads

2.5 GPA (3.0 GPA in Art).

Mary Jane Micou Wade & Charles E. Wade

Music

Undergrads

Entering freshmen must be unconditionally admitted. Continuing
students: 3.0 GPA. Must participate in SRSU Band program.
Preference given to student seeking teacher certification with
music major or minor.

Paul & Teeby Forchheimer Communication

Communication

Undergrads

_

Richard D. Bryan Memorial

Music

Undergrads

Entering freshmen must be unconditionally admitted. Preference
given to applicants seeking all-level or secondary level teacher
certification with music major or minor. Additional preference
given to students whose principal area of study is Band. Need
Based*

Sarah Miltia Hill Memorial

Art

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

3.0 GPA. Prefer Art majors seeking teacher certification.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Eddie Sandoval

Industrial Technology

Undergrads

3.0 GPA

Jack Crawford Memorial

Industrial Technology

Undergrads

2.5 GPA.

Karen Lyn Graham Memorial

Industrial Technology

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

Must show leadership qualities and/or potential in Industrial Arts.
Must have completed two full semesters at SRSU. Must be
recommended by at least an average student in Industrial Arts.

Loyd Oden Memorial

Industrial Technology

Undergrads

Entering freshman: must have graduated in the upper 25% of their
high school class and be unconditionally admitted. Continuing
student: 2.5 GPA. Applicant must be of general good character and
citizenship, having consideration for and helpfulness to others, and
above all, a credit to the memory of Loyd Oden and to SRSU.
Applicant must exhibit a genuine interest in the field of industrial
technology, Applicant must be recommended by his/her high
school Industrial Technology teacher(s), Agriculture teacher(s),
Coach, Principal, Superintendent, and/or SRSU Professors(s).

Mr. & Mrs. Jim Cauble

Industrial Technology

Undergrads

Must be a U. S. citizen. Need Based*

Victor J. Smith Memorial

Industrial Technology

Juniors, Seniors

Must show evidence of interest in IT and teaching. Need Based*

W.C. “Bill” Leavitt

Industrial Technology

Undergrads

_

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Dan Bustamante Memorial

Kinesiology

Undergrads, Grads

Must be a graduating senior from Alpine, Big Spring, Alice, Eagle
Pass, La Pryor, or Uvalde. 2.5 GPA.

David Sanchez Memorial

Kinesiology

Undergrads, Grads

3.0 GPA.

Estevan Martinez Memorial

Kinesiology

Undergrads

Must be graduates of Fort Davis, Marfa, Stanton, or Valentine
High School. Must be a full time student with a major in
Kinesiology and Sports Science and/or pursuing teaching
certification at the elementary or secondary level. 2.5 GPA.

J. Pat Evans

Kinesiology

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

Must be unconditionally admitted to the university and have at
least a 3.0 cumulative GPA. Preference shall be given to
applicants pursuing an Athletic training career.

James Cleveland and James Victor Oatman Memorial

Kinesiology

Sophomores, Juniors, Seniors

3.0 GPA. Need Based*

Joe Don Looney Memorial

Kinesiology

Undergrads, Grads

3.0 GPA. Must be a U.S. citizen.

W.H. Perryman Physical Education

Kinesiology

Undergrads, Grads

3.0 GPA. Must be active in departmental activities.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Ellie Aileen McKinney and Georgia Gantt Winn

English

Undergrads

Preference will be given to students in Education as well.
Beginning freshman: must have been fully admitted. Returning
student: 3.0 GPA.

Elton R. & Lillian N. Miles

English

Undergrads

Beginning freshman: fully admitted. Continuing students: 3.0
GPA. Preference will be given to direct blood relations of Elton
R. And Lillian N. Miles. It shall be the responsibility of the
applicant to provide proof of the direct blood relationship to
Elton R. and Lillian N. Miles. Please apply and submit proof
through the scholarship application portal.

Georgia Gantt Winn & Claude Coleman Memorial

English

Undergrads

3.0 GPA/3.0 GPA in English courses.

Ira Blanton Folklore

English

Undergrads, Grads

Beginning students must be unconditionally admitted. Continuing
students must maintain overall GPA of 3.0 and a 3.0 in English
course.

Kathryn Walker-Clayton Williams, Sr., Memorial

English

Undergrads, Grads

3.0 GPA.

Stather Elliott Thomas Excellence

Spanish

Undergrads

2.5 GPA/3.0 GPA in Spanish courses. Need Based*

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Noyce Scholarship

Biology, Geology, Computer Science, and Mathematics

Juniors (60 Hours requirement – seeking Teacher Certification)

Cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher, 3.0 or Higher Preferred. – Participation in annual Noyce Scholars training and mentoring program. – Take and pass STEM content TExES exam prior to student teaching. – Commitment to teach in high need schools for 2 years following graduation. – U.S. citizen  or permanent resident.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Benedict-Dowell Memorial

Pre-Law

Undergrads, Grads

3.0 GPA for continuing students; 24 ACT/1040 SAT for
freshmen. Must be active in the Pre-Law Assoc. Prefer students
who have completed the majority of their work at SRSU.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Dr. Malone Hill Memorial Medical

Pre-Medical

Juniors, Seniors

3.0 GPA. M ust be a pre-medical student as certified by the premed
advisor.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Edith Richardson, R.N.

Vocational Nursing

Undergrads

Beginning freshman and transfer students must be unconditionally
admitted. Continuing students: 3.0 GPA. Preference to graduates
of Alpine, Marfa, and Ft. Davis High Schools.

Keith & Janette Morrow Memorial Nursing

Vocational Nursing

Undergrads

Must be a resident of Brewster, Presidio, or Jeff Davis Counties in
Texas. Recipients w ill be expected to serve in the Tri-County
Area in the nursing profession for a period of at least three years
upon completion of their nursing program. Beginning freshmen
must be unconditionally admitted. Returning students: 3.0 GPA.

Pilot Club Scholarship for LVN Student

Vocational Nursing

Undergrads

Must be in good academic and disciplinary standing. Need Based*

Roxana Holland Donnell Memorial Nursing Excellence

Vocational Nursing

Undergrads

Good academic and disciplinary standing.

Rudy F. Rodriguez

Nursing

Juniors, Seniors

Must be fully admitted to the SRSU Nursing program. Must have
at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA. Preference will be given to Alpine
and Del Rio residents. Please apply and submit through the
scholarship application portal – 200 word essay discussing the
applicant’s future plans in the nursing profession. Renewal is
contingent on maintaining the required GPA and full-time
enrollment.

A separate application is required for the following scholarships and can be obtained by contacting the
College of Agriculture, Life, and Physical Sciences, Sul Ross State University, Box C-110, Alpine, TX 79832, Phone (432) 837-8200 or Fax (432) 837-8409.
All recipients must participate in the SRSU Rodeo Program.

The deadline for Rodeo Performance Scholarships is August 15, 2021.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

ANRS & Rodeo Exes Association

ANRS

Undergrads, Grads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible.

B.L. Pruitt Memorial

All

Undergrads, Grads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible.

Bob & Denise Stewart

All

Undergrads, Grads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible.

Brad & Vicki Carter

All

Undergrads, Grads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible.

Chase Quine Memorial Bull Rider Scholarship

All

Undergrads, Grads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible and enrolled in at least 12 hours.
Must be a Bull Rider contestant.

Evelyn Bruce Kingsbery Rodeo

All

Juniors, Seniors

Participate in SRSU Rodeo program. Current/in-coming rodeo
team, Must be NIRA eligible

Hank Finger RAS Exes

All

Undergrads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible.

Hood & Myrtle Mendel

RAS

Undergrads

2.5 GPA. Must be a Texas resident with an agriculture
background. Must be NIRA eligible. Preference given to
graduates of high schools in Pecos County, Texas.

Jess Evans Memorial

All

Undergrads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible.

Jo Gregory Knox RAS Exes

All

Undergrads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible. Preference will be given to
female rodeo participants. Need Based*

J.W. “Bub” Evans Memorial Rodeo

RAS

Undergrads, Grads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible.

Neville Haynes Memorial Rodeo

All

Undergrads

Must be NIRA eligible.

Shelley Coldewey Memorial

RAS

Undergrads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible.

Rodeo Team Excellence

All

Undergrads, Grads

Must be fully admitted. Must be current or incoming member of
SRSU Rodeo Team. Must be NIRA eligible.

Rodeo Team Scholarship

All

Undergrads, Grads

Must be fully admitted. Must be current or incoming member of
SRSU Rodeo Team. Must be NIRA eligible.

SRSU Big Bend Ranch Rodeo

All

Undergrads, Grads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible.

SRSU Rodeo Club/Chili Appreciation Society International

All

Undergrads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible. Must participate in SRSU Rodeo Program.

Tim Grubbs Memorial

RAS

Undergrads

2.0 GPA. Must be NIRA eligible.

RGC Scholarships List

DEADLINE FOR ALL SCHOLARSHIPS: FEBRUARY 15, 2022 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIFIED
New Students are encouraged to apply by January 1, 2022
Award amounts and number of recipients vary based on available funds.
Not all scholarships may be awarded

  • Student must be enrolled in a minimum of 9 hours; however, preference will be given to full-time students.
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen.
  • Must be a resident of a county served by IBC Bank of Eagle Pass.
  • Must submit a 150 word essay.
  • Must submit at least one reference, verifying completion of 50 hours of community service.
  • Must demonstrate financial need.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • If recipient withdraws from the university, s/he will be expected to repay scholarship amount.
  • Student must be enrolled in a minimum of 9 hours; however, preference will be given to full-time students.
  • Undergraduates must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • Graduate students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.5 or higher.
  • Must be a resident of a county served by The Bank and Trust of Del Rio, specifically Val Verde county.
  • Submit one or two short paragraphs about what financial responsibility means to student.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Be accepted at SRSU Rio Grande College.
  • Must have successfully completed 24 semester hours at SRSU.
  • Undergraduates must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and be enrolled in at least 9 hours.
  • Graduate students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher and be enrolled in at least 6 hours.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Renewal is contingent on maintaining GPA and enrollment requirements.
  • Be accepted at SRSU.
  • Student must be enrolled in a course of study which results in an academic degree.
  • Candidate must have satisfactorily completed 12 hours of course work at an accredited institution with a GPA of at least 3.5. If accomplished at a non-Texas State University System school, completed coursework must be transferrable to the TSUS constituent institution.
  • The candidate must submit a short essay (no longer than a one-page, double-spaced) including a statement of the candidate’s goals and reasons for pursuing the degree.
  • The candidate must be a U.S. citizen and a resident of the state of Texas.
  • The candidate must not have received the scholarship previously.
  • Must be a graduate of Eagle Pass High School or C. C. Winn High School.
  • Must be admitted to the SRSU Rio Grande College teacher education program.
  • Must be a resident of Eagle Pass and Maverick County.
  • Must have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.5.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Scholarships are available for fall and spring.
  • Must be eligible for admission to the SRSU Rio Grande College teacher education program.
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher (undergraduate) or 3.5 (graduate).
  • A brief essay (100-200 words) about interest in and commitment to the teaching profession.
  • Recommendation from an SRSU RGC education faculty member.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Preference given to full-time students.
  • Scholarships are available for fall and spring.
  • Must be fully admitted to the BSN program at SRSU Rio Grande College.
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher.
  • A brief essay (100-200 words) about interest in and commitment to nursing as a profession.
  • Recommendation from a faculty member.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Preference given to full-time students.
  • Scholarships are available for fall and spring.
  • Must be fully admitted and degree seeking at SRSU Rio Grande College.
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • Must be a resident of a community served by First State Bank of Uvalde (Uvalde, Campwood, Carrizo Springs, Concan, Leakey, Sabinal, or Utopia).
  • Submit one or two short paragraphs about what financial responsibility means to student.
  • Enrolled in at least nine hours.
  • Renewal dependent on maintaining all above conditions.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Scholarships are available for fall and spring.
  • Must be a currently enrolled SRSU Rio Grande College as a criminal justice major.
  • Must be a Texas resident making normal progress toward a criminal justice degree, have an overall GPA of at least 2.5, and enrolled at least half-time during the period of award.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen or Permanent Resident.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Must be a undergraduate math or biology major.
  • Must be a high school graduate of a district in the Middle Rio Grande region (Atascosa, Bandera, Edwards, Dimmit, Fio, Kerr, Kinney, La Salle, Maverick, Medina, Real, Uvalde, Val Verde, or Zavala).
  • Must have a cumulative average of at least 2.5.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Must be enrolled full time.
  • Must have a minimum 3.0 GPA for undergraduates or 3.5 GPA for graduate students.
  • Must be a resident of a county served by Maxey Companies, specifically Kerr, La Salle, Maverick, Val Verde, Uvalde counties.
  • Preference given to students enrolled full-time, however, 9 hours required.
  • Submit one or two short paragraphs about what financial responsibility means to student.
  • Renewal dependent on maintaining all above conditions.
  • Recipient agrees to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.

SCHOLARSHIP

MAJOR

AVAILABLE TO

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Noyce Scholarship

Biology, Geology, Computer Science, and Mathematics

Juniors (60 Hours requirement – seeking Teacher Certification)

Cumulative GPA of 2.75 or higher, 3.0 or Higher Preferred. – Participation in annual Noyce Scholars training and mentoring program. – Take and pass STEM content TExES exam prior to student teaching. – Commitment to teach in high need schools for 2 years following graduation. – U.S. citizen  or permanent resident.

  • Must be unconditionally admitted to SRSU Rio Grande College.
  • Must be admitted to the SRSU Rio Grande College teacher education program.
  • Submit a written essay (100-200 words) discussing why the student wants to become a teacher.
  • Recommendation from an RGC faculty member.
  • Preference will be given to graduates of high schools located within the SRSU Rio Grande College service area.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Must be a member of Phi Theta Kappa (or equivalent community college honor society) – documentation is required.
  • Minimum 3.2 transfer GPA
  • Must be enrolled in at least 9 credit hours
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course (online or in person).
  • Award may be renewable.
  • Must be enrolled in at least 12 credit hours
  • Minimum 2.2 GPA
  • Must demonstrate financial need
  • Preference will be given to graduates of Del Rio (TX) High School
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Must be a junior or senior unconditionally admitted to the SRSU nursing program.
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher.
  • Preference will be given to Del Rio Residents.
  • Submit a written essay (200 words discussing the student’s future plans in the nursing profession).
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Scholarships are available for fall and spring.
  • Must be a full time (12 hours) undergraduate student at SRSU Rio Grande College during the period of award.
  • Must have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.
  • Submit a written essay (200-400 words) discussing the student’s future goals and any participation in community service work.
  • Submit a letter of recommendation from one faculty member.
  • Consideration will be given to students associated with the student association.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Scholarships are available for fall only.
  • Must be undergraduate.
  • Must be a Texas resident enrolled full time (12 hours).
  • Must maintain at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA.
  • Must demonstrate financial need.
  • Scholarships are available for fall and spring.
  • Must be fully admitted in a degree seeking program.
  • Must be enrolled in at least 6 semester credit hours.
  • Must maintain at least a 3.5 cumulative GPA after a minimum of 6 credit hours and be in good disciplinary standing.
  • Scholarships are available for fall and spring.
  • Must be fully admitted in a degree seeking program.
  • Must be enrolled in at least 9 semester credit hours
  • Must  maintain at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA and be in good disciplinary standing
  • Must be unconditionally admitted to SRSU Rio Grande College.
  • Must be admitted to the SRSU Rio Grande College teacher education program and have Uvalde as their designated Home campus.
  • Must have an overall GPA of 2.5 for undergraduates and 3.0 for graduates.
  • Must submit a 1-2 paragraph essay explaing why they wish to be a teacher.
  • Must be enrolled in at least 3 hours.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Scholarships are available for fall and spring.
  • Begining students must be unconditionally admitted to SRSU Rio Grande College.
  • Continuing students must be in good acadmic and disciplinary standing at SRSU Rio Grande College.
  • Must be a graduate of Uvalde High School enrolled at SRSU Rio Grande College. If no qualified applicant is available from Uvalde CISD, applicants meeting the criteria from the following counties will be considered: Atascosa, Dimmitt, Frio, Maverick, Medina, Uvalde, Val Verde and Zavala.
  • Must be admitted (or eligible for admission) to the Sul Ross State University Rio Grande College teacher education program.
  • Must have a least a 2.75 GPA.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.
  • Must be fully admitted and seeking a degree at SRSU Rio Grande College.
  • Must have an overall GPA of 3.0 for undergraduates and 3.5 for graduates.
  • Must be a resident from one of the communities served by SRSU Rio Grande College and WHATABURGER, specifically: Del Rio, Eagle Pass, Uvalde.
  • Preference given to students enrolled full-time.
  • Recipient must agree to attend an approved Financial Literacy course.