The Women's Studies Program offers a scholarship for either one undergraduate or one graduate scholarship. In order for a student to receive a scholarship from the Women's Studies Program, the student is required to complete a scholarship application via the PDF file listed for each individual scholarship below (see "Forms").
Each scholarship has a check list of minimum qualifications that student's should follow when completing the application. Each scholarship will list the specific GPA requirement, written essay structure, two letters of recommendation and a brief written summary of extracurricular activities such as honors, achievements, memberships, scholastic awards and professional accomplishments. These written materials are to accompany the application form.
Each application form (see belowor click on Forms) should be completed with additional qualifications. (Note: Each form list 4 specific qualifications to be met before the application
can be reviewed)
IN ADDITION TO YOUR APPLICATION, you must have on file at TTU:
Applications DUE FEBRUARY 1, 2016
|Feb 1||Applications and support materials are due by 5 PM in DOAK Hall RM 125
(Note: if the 1st of the month falls on a weekend, the application is due the first business day following the deadline)
|March 1||Winners will be notified by email|
|April||Winners recognized at our Conference Luncheon & Scholarship Awards Presentation. Register today as our guest!|
Note: Winners will be publicly recognized at the All-University Conference luncheon. Scholarship recipients and members of their immediate family are welcome to the luncheon at no charge as a guest of the Women's Studies Program.
Click on the following to download and print the PDF file of each application form for each scholarship
Note: It is the responsibility of each applicant to gather and coordinate delivery of the information, listed above, as required for each scholarship.
Once the Scholarship Application Form is completed by the required deadline, the recipients are selected by the Women's Studies Program scholarship committee. While evaluation is based on the criteria set for the specific award, most awards subsume: scholarship, excellence, achievement in academic and non-academic areas, leadership, character, seriousness of purpose and/or need. Failure to provide promptly all information requested could result in disqualification of the application. Notification of awards will be mailed to the address on file.