MVP Scholarships

Texas Tech University awards scholarships to veterans and dependents each year based upon available funding.

The application period opens when the TTU Scholarship Application period opens each year. Deadlines for 2017-2018 are as follows:

Incoming Freshmen February 1, 2017
Current TTU Students February 1, 2017
Transfer Students March 1, 2017

Awarded students will be notified by September 1, 2017, and will be invited to be recognized on stage at the MVP Welcome Event in the Fall.

Information regarding each scholarship, requirements, application and application process as well as selection process is outlined within each link below:

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Arthur J. Achenbach Memorial Scholarship for Veterans

Arthur (Art) Achenbach was born in Jamaica, NY on September 1, 1926. He joined the USMC at the age of 17 and served in the Pacific Theater in World War II. He was one of three survivors of his original company. In 1951, he was trained to become one of J. Edgar Hoover’s Special Agents of the FBI. He served as a Special Agent for 20 years. Art Achenbach served his nation and family with pride and humility. His family has established this scholarship to assist others who have so bravely served their nation.

Texas Tech University awards the Arthur J. Achenbach Memorial Scholarship annually based on available funding. The nonrenewable scholarship is for $1,000 awarded in the fall semester for incoming student veterans who are entering Texas Tech University as a freshman or transfer student. The application period opens when the TTU Scholarship Application period opens each year. Deadlines are listed at the top of this page. The awarded student is notified in September each year.

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MVP Veteran Scholarship

Texas Tech University awards the MVP Veteran Scholarship annually based upon available funding. The nonrenewable scholarship is for $1,000 awarded for the academic year.

Student veterans who are enrolled as full-time undergraduate students are eligible. The application period opens when the TTU Scholarship Application period opens each year. Deadlines are listed at the top of this page. Recipients will be named and contacted each September.

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Pat Gilliam Dependent Scholarship

This scholarship was named to honor the memory of former Military & Veterans Programs Unit Coordinator, Patricia "Pat" Gilliam, who passed away in January, 2015. She was a dedicated military spouse whose passion was to help veterans and their family members to achieve their educational goals.

Texas Tech University awards the Patricia "Pat" Gilliam Family Member Scholarship annually based upon available funding. The nonrenewable scholarship is awarded for the academic year. Children and Spouses of veterans who are enrolled as fulltime undergraduate students are eligible. The application period opens May 1st each year and the deadline is August 1st. The application period opens when the TTU Scholarship Application period opens each year. Deadlines are listed at the top of this page. Recipients will be named and contacted each September.

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Steve Morin Jr. Memorial Scholarship

This scholarship honors the memory of Steve Morin Jr. who was a first-generation, Hispanic, Texas Tech University graduate, a father, son, husband, U.S. Navy veteran, U.S. Army National Guard sergeant, and hero. He was only 34 years old when he was killed by an IED on September 28, 2005, west of Umm, Qasr, Iraq. Sgt. Morin was a true Texas Tech fan and represented Texas Tech proudly even while deployed.

Texas Tech University awards the Steve Morin Jr. Memorial Scholarship annually based on available funding. The nonrenewable scholarship is for $1,000 awarded for the academic year. Student veterans who are enrolled as full-time students are eligible. The application period opens when the TTU Scholarship Application period opens each year. Deadlines are listed at the top of this page. Recipients will be named and contacted by September 1 of each year.

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Phillips 66 Military & Veteran Scholarship

Through a generous donation from Phillips 66, Texas Tech University awards the Phillips 66 Military & Veteran Scholarship annually based upon available funding. The nonrenewable scholarship is awarded for the academic year.

Student service members or veterans who are enrolled as full-time students majoring in Mechanical, Chemical, Electrical or Civil Engineering are eligible to apply. The application period opens when the TTU Scholarship Application period opens each year. Deadlines are listed at the top of this page. Recipients will be named and contacted by September 1 of each year.

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