Personal Financial Planning
The Personal Financial Planning program awards scholarships to students based on excellence in academics, leadership, financial need, and other specific criteria set forth by individual scholarships. A scholarship committee made up of three or more faculty members will review eligible applications and make awards annually. Students will be contacted during the spring semester to accept or decline scholarship awards.
To apply for a scholarship, students must complete the general TTU scholarship application, and have their transcripts, S.A.T., or A.C.T. scores on file. A letter of recommendation from a faculty member is not required for undergraduate scholarships.
Check your TTU email account for notification of scholarship awards.
Students who receive a scholarship are required to write a thank-you note to the scholarship donor every semester. Failing to submit a thank-you letter will result in your scholarship being revoked. In addition, awardees must be enrolled full-time in the major associated with their scholarship and maintain the GPA specified by the scholarship each semester.
For more information, please visit the College of Human Sciences scholarship information page.
Graduate Students: You do not need to fill out the general TTU scholarship application, but only the Graduate School scholarship application. This application is due February 17, 2010.
|American Express Financial Advisors Scholarship||Undergraduate or graduate student majoring in Personal Financial Planning (3.0 GPA)|
|Betty Splawn Lowder Endowed Scholarship||Awarded to ChaffConsumer Economics female with strong commitment to work in the financial planning and counseling industry. Preference given to older than average students who are redirecting their career paths. In any event, the Scholarship will favor students who need financial assistance.|
|The CH Foundation Personal Financial Planning Endowed Scholarship|
|Claude David Dollins Scholarship||Must be undergraduate or graduate in PFP. Strong academic record - GPA of 2.8 or better for undergraduate and GPA of 3.0 or better for graduate. Demonstrate leadership skills and based on financial need.|
|Edward Jones Endowed Scholarship for Personal Financial Planning||Undergraduate (SOPH or JR) in PFP, GPA of 3.0 or better, preference given to students from underrepresented groups/economically disadvantaged or first generation students - NO LESS THAN $2,500 PER YEAR. Recipient must be considered for summer internships with Edward Jones in St. Louis.|
|A. William Gustafson Endowed Scholarship||Majoring in Personal Financial Planning|
|Helen Randle Scholarship Endowment||Undergraduate or graduate majoring in Consumer Economics, Personal Financial Planning, Retirement Administration, or other majors in the Department of Merchandising, Environmental Design and Consumer Economics.|
|ING Family Financial Planning Endowed Scholarship||Awarded to COHS Personal Financial Planning students with a GPA of 3.3 or higher.|
|International Association for Financial Planning Endowed Scholarship||Awarded to COHS Personal Financial Planning students with a GPA of 2.8 or higher.|
|John T. Montford Endowed Scholarship in the College of Human Sciences||Undergraduate or graduate in the College of Human Sciences, Personal Financial Planning program. GPA of 3.3 or better.|
|Murgai Family Endowed Scholarship||COHS student from West Texas. 2.8 GPA for undergraduate and 3.0 for graduate, excel in academics, leadership skills.|
|Pennington/Bass Financial Planning Endowed Scholarship||Undergraduate or graduate students in the Personal Financial Planning, overall high school or college GPA of 3.0.|
|Robert and Cindy Snell Endowed Scholarship||Undergraduate enrolled in Personal Financial Planning (overall GPA of 2.5 or better) or graduate student enrolled.|
|W. B. Rushing Family Endowed Scholarship in Personal Financial Planning||Undergraduate student majoring in Personal Financial Planning with an overall high school or university GPA of 3.0 or better.|
|Boeer-Wolf Endowed Fellowship||Awarded to COHS students who maintain a GPA of 3.0. (Graduate in FCSE, ID, PFP).|
|Mrs Ross R. Wolfe Scholarship||Undergraduate or graduate in PFP, CE, ID or ED.|
|Henry Scholarship Endowment||Undergraduate and graduate students enrolled full time majoring in Personal Financial Planning with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or greater. This endowment fund is invested and managed by the CH Foundation Personal Financial Planning Student Managed Portfolio|
|W.D. & Grace Collier Scholarship||Must be undergrad PFP major. Strong academics with leadership potential.|
|Tolleson Wealth Management Scholarship||Junior or senior Personal Financial Planning major with overall university GPA of 3.4 or better|
Incoming freshmen who meet the merit requirements outlined in this flyer and apply to Texas Tech University (TTU) by April 15 are guaranteed to receive a scholarship within the College of Human Sciences. Scholarships will be awarded past April 15 as available; contact Denise Sanchez for further details. We recommend entering freshmen complete the university application online at http://scholarships.ttu.edu to be considered for additional university, college, and department scholarships by February 1; transfer students are encouraged to apply before March 1.
For more information, please view our flyer.