TTUISD Scholarship Opportunities for Texas Tech University



TTUISD is proud to offer two scholarships for graduates interested in attending Texas Tech University.

Full-time seniors and former graduates who plan to attend or are already attending Texas Tech University are encouraged to review each scholarship’s requirements and apply for the $1,000 renewable scholarship in which they qualify for. This scholarship is competitive and is reviewed on a first-come first-serve basis.

Full-time TTUISD Senior or First Time College Student Scholarship

Students eligible for this scholarship must be:

  • A full-time TTUISD senior and have successfully completed 20 or more credits with a minimum cumulative adjusted G.P.A. of 3.0 or higher OR
  • A former TTUISD graduate who graduated with a minimum cumulative adjusted GPA or 3.0 or higher and has not previously attended a college or university.

Are you a full-time TTUISD senior or former graduate looking to begin your college career at Texas Tech? Review the additional scholarship criteria and apply for this scholarship today!

College Transfer or Current Texas Tech University Student Scholarship

Students eligible for this scholarship must be:

  • Transferring to Texas Tech University as a full-time student with a 3.0 minimum cumulative adjusted GPA or higher OR
  • A current Texas Tech University full-time student with a 3.0 minimum cumulative adjusted GPA or higher.

Current Texas Tech and transfer students, don’t miss out on this scholarship opportunity. Review the additional scholarship criteria and apply today!

Questions about attending Texas Tech University or the available scholarships?

Contact Jared Lay, TTUISD Director of Recruitment/Academy Camps          
P 806.834.0801| F 806.742.7295
Skype Name for Jared Lay: TTUISD


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