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Texas A&M University Regents' Scholarship

The Regents' Scholarship is designed to assist first-generation college students in achieving their educational goals at Texas A&M University. Six hundred recipients will receive $5,000 per year for up to four years – with the ability to add other scholarship.


You must be a first-generation college student (neither parent has earned a bachelor’s degree). Your family’s adjusted gross income must be less than $40,000 per year as verified through the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You must meet the requirements of the Regents’ Scholarship Program. You must maintain Satisfactory Academic Progress and complete 30 hours each academic year (over fall, spring, and summer terms) to continue to receive the award yearly.

Award eligibility varies based on enrollment. For details, please visit our website.

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