At A&M-San Antonio, we recognize the importance of a quality education. We are dedicated to helping students find a way to achieve their higher education goals. In addition to awarding institutional scholarships, the Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid handles private scholarships. To ensure maximum consideration, it is imperative that students are knowledgeable of the specific requirements and deadlines associated with all scholarships awarded.
|General Scholarship Priority Deadline||January 15||October 1|
|General Scholarship Deadline||June 30||November 1|
Basic Eligibility Criteria
To be eligible for scholarships, students must meet the following requirements:
- Admitted to A&M-San Antonio
- Be a degree-seeking student.
- Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for need based scholarships at www.fafsa.gov. (International students are not eligible to apply for the FAFSA).
- Have submitted all paperwork requested from the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid for need based scholarships.
Process of Applying for a Scholarship
Students can apply for a variety of institutional scholarships though the A&M-San Antonio General Scholarship Application. One general application is applicable for a variety of scholarship opportunities. To submit the general application, a student must create an account with the online Scholarship Manager system and complete the online application. Supporting documents such as a letter of recommendation may be required. Each student will receive a confirmation email that his/her application was successfully submitted and an official scholarship notification letter with the final scholarship decision. Students should visit www.tamusa.edu/scholarships/ for a complete list of scholarships available and scholarship criteria.
Important Scholarship Information
The General Scholarship Application is valid for an entire academic year. An application submitted during fall would also be valid for spring awarding. Applicants will be considered for all the scholarships in which they meet the criteria.
Meeting the application requirements and scholarship criteria does not guarantee a scholarship award. Awards are determined by the availability of funds and committee review. Spelling, grammar, mechanics, and the overall completeness of the application will be considered during the selection process.
Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.
Federal regulations require that all financial resources are considered when determining each student’s eligibility for financial aid. Receipt of a scholarship may result in an adjustment to financial aid awards and may reduce student loans or other tuition grants.
After the scholarship application has been submitted, changes are not permitted.