Texas Tech University


For Transfer Students

Texas Tech University

Earning a scholarship for your first semester starts now. To increase your chances of an academic award, please apply for admission to Texas Tech. Click below to learn more about requirements and how to apply.



2022-2023 & 2023-2024 Transfer Merit Scholarships

2021-2022 & 2022-2023 Scholarships

Transfer Merit Scholarships are guaranteed for students who have transcripts and other required documents submitted by July 31 for Fall entry or January 6 for Spring entry. Scholarships are renewable for up to three consecutive years (six total terms). Students must enroll in a minimum of 12 credit hours; 9 must be TTU hours. Scholarships are awarded after June 1 based on availability of funds (fall entry). Students with approved consortium agreements must take a minimum of 9 TTU hours. Transferable hours exclude credit hours from AP, CLEP, or military credits. Students must meet all criteria to qualify.

Students awarded a transfer level scholarship of $2,500 for 3 years can be upgraded to a Presidential Transfer or Proven Achiever's level scholarship based on updated transcript information received prior to the first class day of the student's entry semester. Students are eligible for only one university level transfer scholarship.

More Information Regarding Transfer Scholarships

Transfer Scholarships are offered to students who are admitted as transfer students based on official transcripts submitted to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and pay toward fall and spring terms. Complete requirements early - final awards are based on transcripts received by July 31st for fall or January 6th for spring entry terms.

Non-residents awarded a Texas Tech competitive scholarship of $1,000 or greater (including Proven Achievers) will qualify to pay in-state tuition.

External Scholarships

There are billions of dollars of external scholarship money available to students of all qualifications, abilities, and interests. These external scholarships may be provided by private donors, foundations, businesses and many other sources outside of Texas Tech University.