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Scholarships and Financial Aid

Scholarships for Sophomore and Junior Math Majors

The Math Department recently established funds to provide Academic Achievement in Mathematics Scholarships for current Math Majors. These scholarships are to be awarded to students demonstrating academic excellence in Mathematics. They are one year scholarships and the amount is dependent upon available departmental funds. The primary consideration in awarding these scholarships is academic achievement; however, activities and leadership may also be considered. Applications are available online through the College of Science from October 15 - February 1 each year. The online application can be found by choosing "College of Science" at: College of Science Online Application.

The Elizabeth Wade Lepley Endowed Scholarship in the College of Science

This scholarship is awarded to a freshman mathematics major and continues through their sophomore year as long as they maintain a minimum overall GPA of 3.0 and eligibility requirements and selection criteria are met. The scholarship is $1,250.00 and is paid half at the start of the fall semester and half at the start of the spring semester. Recipient is selected by appointed departmental scholarship committee.

Mary & Robert N. Walker Endowed Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded to a freshman mathematics major and is subject to renewable for three (3) additional years providing the student recipient remains a mathematics major and in good standing at Texas A&M University. The scholarship is $1,000.00 and is paid in equal increments at the start of the fall and spring semesters. Recipient is selected by appointed departmental scholarship committee.

Koss/Klipple Scholarship

Preferences: Mathematics majors, Academic Achievement, Extracurricular Activities

Size and Number of Award(s): 1 Award at approximately $1,500.00 per Year


Preferences: Mathematics majors, Academic Achievement, Financial Need, Extracurricular Activities

Size and Number of Award(s): 2 Awards at approximately $1,500.00 per Year

Actuarial Scholarships

The Math Department also offers several special Actuarial scholarships to our undergraduate majors. At the present time, Aon Hewitt and the Southwest Actuarial Forum fund scholarships for outstanding academic achievement in the Actuarial track, and Towers Watson sponsors students taking the Actuarial exams each fall and spring.

Scholarship Programs for Education Majors

The TAMU Education Scholarship Programs Page is a site for future Math teachers looking for scholarships and scholar loan programs. A scholar loan program starts out as a loan, but each year you teach at a "needy" school district (for math, that means almost anywhere in Texas), a portion of the loan is forgiven.

Texas Space Grant Consortium Undergraduate Scholarship Program

TSGC is pleased to offer $1,000 scholarships to high-quality juniors and seniors who demonstrate above-average performance in academics, participate in Space Related research projects, and exhibit leadership qualities. Deadline to apply to Walter Haisler, our campus representative, is typically the first week in April. For more information about the Program, visit their website at Tx Space Grant Consortium.

US Department of Energy (DOE) Environmental Management Scholarship Program for Hispanics

The objective of the DOE/Hispanic Scholarship Fund Institute program is to award scholarships to Hispanic students majoring or pursuing a career supportive of DOE's goal of environmental restoration and waste management. The scholarships are $3,000 per year and are awarded in the Fall (November) for the following academic year. Program Eligibility:

  • Must be of Hispanic background
  • Must be a US citizen/permanent resident
  • Must have earned at least 12 undergraduate college credits, with at least a 2.7 GPA
  • Must be a full time student
  • Must plan to pursue a career supportive of DOE's goals as stated above

See their website or call (202) 296-4446 for more information.

Guidant Corporation Fellowships and Assistantships

Provide support for graduate study in software engineering at Embry-Riddle University; part of a student-centered research program within the Guidant research lab on campus. The awards provide: full tuition, generous stipend, book allowance, laptop computer, and a summer internship. Information on the Masters of Software Engineering program can be found at the MSE Program site.

The TAMU Financial Aid & Scholarship Page is an excellent source for information on the scholarships that are available through the Student Financial Aid Office located in the Pavilion.

The Honors Program Office also offers competitive scholarships. Other forms of financial aid and work study programs are available from the Office of Student Financial Aid, located on the second floor of the Pavilion.