Texas Urban Scholarship

$2,000

July 07, 2018

Awards Available: 350

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  • Scholarship Description
  • The Urban Scholarship Fund is for Texas residents who are also U.S. citizens, graduating high school seniors, new and/or returning college students attending any accredited non-profit public or independent two or four-year college/university or technical school. Annual awards are $700 for community college, junior college, and technical college; $1,000 for public four-year college/university; and $2,000 for independent (private) four-year college or university. Funds are disbursed half each semester.

    Additionally, applicants must demonstrate financial need and have graduated from a high school in the following metropolitan cities: Abilene, Amarillo, Arlington, Austin, Beaumont, Brownsville, Carrollton, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Denton, El Paso, Fort Worth, Frisco, Garland, Grand Prairie, Houston, Irving, Killeen, Laredo, Lubbock, McAllen, McKinney, Mesquite, Midland, Pasadena, Plano, San Antonio, Waco and Wichita Falls.

    For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.
  • Contact
  • Scholarship Committee
  • 1140 Empire Central
  • Suite 550
  • Dallas, TX 75247
  • info@txadc.org
  • tel: 214-630-2511
  • fax: 214-631-2030

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Janay R  on 1/25/2018 6:33:39 PM

I've recieved a scholarship from them while attending UTA you have to fill out the form add your transcript then they will choose from the top GPA's.GOOD LUCK!!!

Letitia H  on 2/16/2017 9:39:52 AM

Does it matter when you graduated? I graduated in 2001 from Dallas honors academy which is known now is Dallas Can! does that matter?

Katelyn G  on 8/23/2016 9:13:23 PM

Can I apply if I live between Frisco and Denton?

Mechelle R  on 9/20/2015 9:06:02 PM

Yes I have applied for this scholarship. I am a Echo Technician and looking forward to continue my education in Health Science. Thank You kindly! Mechelle Ross

Jasmine F  on 8/18/2015 12:55:56 PM

what do i press to sign up for these scholarships?

Ysela N  on 8/2/2015 11:29:09 AM

YES I HAVE APPLIED FOR THIS SCHOLARSHIP. I AM CURRENTLY A REGISTERED NURSE WITH AN ASSOCIATE DEGREE AND WOULD LIKE TO OBTAIN A SCHOLARHSIP TO FURTHER ADVANCE MY EDUCATION. I WOULD LIKE TO RECEIVE MY BACHELORS DEGREE IN NURSING AND WILL WORK TO ACHIEVE THIS. THANK YOU YSELA NAVA.

Mitchell S  on 7/17/2015 2:32:58 PM

I live in the Woodland north of Houston. Does that qualify me?

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