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Scholarships

Scholarships offer students a great way to maximize their financial aid. Scholarships do not need to be repaid.  A good rule of thumb is to “apply early”, “apply often”, and “meet scholarship application deadline”. 

There are two types of scholarships that Texas Health and Science University (THSU) students may receive:  institutional and external.

 

Institutional Scholarships

Institutional scholarships are offered by and administered by Texas Health and Science University.  For students applying for admission in Fall 2019, the following scholarship is available:

 

Program of Study

Eligibility Requirement

Application Procedure

Application Deadline

Amount of Scholarship

Maximum # Recipients

ESL Certificate Program

Incoming Cumulative GPA of 2.5

Request application  form from THSU Admissions

August 1, 2019

$1,000 to be distributed in 2 payments of $500 per trimester

          20

 

External Scholarships

External scholarships are scholarships that students seek, apply, and receive on their own with little or no assistance from the institution.  External scholarships are generally available through student’s place of employment, churches, and civic organizations.  There are thousands of external scholarships that student can apply to online from various organizations.  However, the institution urges students to be cautious when applying for scholarships online to avoid becoming a victim of fraud. For example, if an organization require that you enter a credit card or pay a fee to receive a scholarship, more than likely it is an organization that is engaging in fraudulent activity.  Reputable organizations do not charge a fee to search and apply for their scholarships.

 

Does the external scholarship impact my financial aid?  Yes, the student is required to report the amount of scholarship received to the Financial Aid Office.  Upon notification of the amount, the Financial Aid Office will re-calculate eligibility to see if student loans need to be adjusted or returned to the U.S. Department of Education if the amount of the scholarship causes the student to exceed the annual Cost of Attendance published in the Financial Aid Office and made available to students.

 

Please click on links below to apply for scholarships from external agencies that the institution recommends.

 

External Scholarship Links

Fast Web

https://www.fastweb.com/

 

Sallie Mae Scholarships

https://www.salliemae.com/college-planning/college-scholarships/

 

UNIGO Scholarships

https://www.unigo.com/scholarships/our-scholarships

 

Austin Community Foundation

https://www.austincf.org/Scholarships/Scholarships-Overview

 

Common Knowledge Scholarship Foundation

http://www.cksf.org/

 

Asian and Pacific Islander Scholarship Program

https://apiascholars.org/scholarship/apia-scholarship/

 

American Indian College Fund

https://collegefund.org/

 

American Indian Graduate Center (AIGCS)

https://www.aigcs.org/

 

Good Call Scholarships

https://www.goodcall.com/scholarships/

 

Peterson’s Scholarships

https://www.petersons.com/scholarship-search.aspx

 

Diversity Abroad Scholarship

https://www.diversityabroad.com/

 

Benjamin A Gilman International Scholarship

https://www.iie.org/Programs/Gilman-Scholarship-Program#.WIEWyDt4LEU

 

Do you need help with writing scholarship essays?  The following search engine can help – Scholar Snapp.  https://www.scholarsnapp.org/

This is a free, simple to use data standard that allows students to reuse their application information – including contact information, essays, transcripts, etc. – from one scholarship application to another thereby streamlining the college scholarship application process.