Do you know an outstanding student currently enrolled at Texas Tech in need of financial aid? If so, nominations for the President's Scholarship Program are now being accepted!
The Competitive Scholarship is awarded to individuals who show involvement in extracurricular activities within the Texas Tech community and also demonstrate proven leadership.
The Interactive Scholarship is awarded to individuals who intend to participate in a study abroad program, internship program, and/or conduct undergraduate research.
Faculty and staff can nominate students for these scholarships by submitting a nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than March 1, 2013. Nominations should include the student's name, R number, email address and the scholarship for which they are being nominated. If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Barron in the Office of the President at (806) 742-2121 or email@example.com.
"I'm a Junior Energy Commerce major here at Texas Tech University. This summer I will be working as a Land Intern with ConocoPhillips in Houston. My scholarship money went directly to paying for my introduction to Energy Commerce classes that I took during the fall semester. I have learned a plethora of valuable information about the energy industry through the terrific Energy Commerce program. The President's Competitive Scholarship money directly funded what I will be doing for the rest of my life."
"I'm a senior Biology major from Missouri City, Texas. When I was preparing to come to Texas Tech, financing my college education was the biggest concern. This scholarship has been instrumental in helping me not only pay for living and school expenses, but also my future. Being a pre-med student doesn't come cheap. This scholarship has truly helped me invest in my future. I am so thankful to be a recipient of this scholarship and hope that you will apply and be the next recipient of the Presidential Scholarship."
"Due to family hardship, and being the youngest of three children who couldn't attend a higher education institution, I knew that only scholarships could pave my education. Of the scholarships I received, the one awarded so generously by the Office of the President has benefitted me the most. I was accepted to the Howard Hughes Medical Institute program. I am passionate about using Mathematics as a powerful tool to analyze patterns and changes that inherent to biological phenomenon. I am likely to purse an M.D./Ph.D. with my Ph.D. in Mathematics and be a surgeon."
"I recently graduated from the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources with a Bachelor's degree in Agricultural Communications. I received the scholarship my junior year and used it to study abroad in England and Scotland. The trip was revolved around learning the agriculture industry of the United Kingdom. Not only was the trip interesting, it was one of the most exciting experiences I have encountered thus far. Apply for this scholarship and go abroad!"