The Terry Foundation Transfer Scholarship The Terry Foundation
What is the Terry Foundation Scholar Program
Austin State University
Tuition and fees, 2003: $1,735
Tuition and fees, 2013: $4,251
Increase: 145% The University of Texas at Austin, which has long sought to diversify its student body, is giving away $20 million in scholarships that will equate to a free ride for 1,000 low-income students. The flagship has seen -- especially in increasing the number of Hispanic students on campus -- but it is still struggling to grow its black student population.
The Terry Foundation supports two scholarship programs
The largest private source of scholarships in the state of Texas has awarded Lone Star College-Montgomery student Israel Gutierrez the Terry Transfer Scholarship. This award is given to non-traditional students who are transferring from a Texas community college or university and are working toward their first baccalaureate degree.
$1,000 Scholarship Essay Competition
The general consensus among American historians is that the American War in Vietnam was a “mistake,” although interpretations differ as to what exactly this means. This essay takes the view that the ‘mistake” was a product of U.S. global ambitions and misperceptions that developed in the aftermath of World War II and were compounded over time. It probes deeply into the origins and nature of the war, making it a long article for a website (about 70,000 words), with about one-third devoted to the antiwar movement at home (Part IV). A half-century of excellent scholarship on the Vietnam War is drawn together and frequently cited in this essay.
Undergraduate Scholarships - UT Dallas
Students transferring 24-66 semester credits from one of the five Alamo Colleges who have a 3.0 GPA will be automatically considered for this scholarship. Funding for this scholarship is limited, so awards are offered first-come, first-served, based on student eligibility and earliest date of admission to the university, until funding is exhausted.