Texas Tech Honors College announces eight Terry Scholars from CASNR
Eight students from Texas Tech's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources have been selected to receive prestigious Terry Foundation Scholarships, university officials announced today (May 27). Selected from an application pool of more than 1,000 high school seniors who have demonstrate exceptional leadership, character, financial need and scholastic ability, the foundation provides four-year scholarships.
Among the CASNR recipients were:
- Gaven Cox, an animal science major from Maud
- Kerry Gonyeau, an animal science major from Winnsboro
- Zachary Goodwin, an animal science major from Ira
- Jacob Howle, an agricultural communications major from Idalou
- Brooke Johnson, an agricultural economics major from Fairfield
- Zachary Patton, a natural resources management major from Garland
- Garrett Scitern, an interdisciplinary agriculture major from Anson
- Ciera Ware, an agricultural economics and general business major from Ralls
"While we're pleased the number of Terry Scholars at Texas Tech continues to grow each year, we're also pleased that we are still able to select our scholars in the same way we always have, taking into consideration their leadership abilities and their academic promise, and that we're still able to educate them one scholar at a time," said Jodie Koszegi, scholarship program director.
The Terry Foundation was established in 1986 by Houstonians Howard and Nancy Terry out of a desire to help young people help themselves. The foundation's goal is to strengthen the state of Texas by identifying, developing and supporting Texas high school graduates with high leadership potential. Tech's new class of 32 total members includes six valedictorians; the students have an average SAT score of 1,285 and an average ACT score of 28.
The foundation provides four-year scholarships for Texas residents attending certain universities in the state, including Texas Tech. The scholarship recipients are selected from a competitive pool of applicants who demonstrate leadership, character, scholastic ability and financial need. The award amount varies for each scholar depending on other scholarships awarded.
Written by Norman Martin
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