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The Craig & Galen Brown Foundation Scholarship

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December 01, 2019

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Craig & Galen Brown Foundation awards scholarships to high achieving high school students recognized as National Merit Semifinalists. Applicants must possess high academic achievement with a rigorous curriculum, demonstrate participation in organizations and activities, including community service, leadership positions, and good people and communication skills.
    Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident, or graduate of an accredited U.S. high school; be a National Merit Semifinalist and have been awarded Texas A&M President's Endowed Scholarship. Students must intend on enrolling at Texas A&M the fall semester following graduation and be a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math) or Business major at one of the following University Colleges: Engineering, Science, Ag & Life Sciences, Biomedical Science & Veterinarian Medicine, Public Health or Mays Business School.
    Craig & Galen Brown Foundation Scholarships are four year awards. You must meet eligibility requirements each year to continue receiving your scholarship in future years. For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
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  • 13333 Westland Blvd East
  • Houston, TX 77041
  • pmora49@tamu.edu
  • 281-894-5454

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