This page will be updated with scholarship information as applications become available. Check back here often for the latest opportunities.
L.C. Anderson High Class of 1971 Scholarship - Jun 30th
The L.C. Anderson High School Class of 1971 is once again offering one $1,000 scholarship to an Austin-area African American high school senior from one of the following school districts: Austin ISD, Round Rock ISD, Pflugerville ISD, Manor ISD, and Del Valle ISD. The application deadline is June 30, 2020.
One $1,000 will be awarded to a student attending a four-year college or university in the fall of 2020. The funds will be paid directly to the college or university. The scholarship will be awarded based on scholastic achievement and financial need.
The application can be downloaded here.
Information about the scholarship can be found here.
Contact Kay Jones, Scholarship Coordinator via email at firstname.lastname@example.org 512-989-1269 or 512-636-1268, should you have questions.
Austin Community College Scholarship Applications
Scholarship Buddy Texas- Various Deadlines
Scholarship Buddy Texas focuses on providing scholarship information to high school and college students in the state of Texas. We pride ourselves on having the most in depth information available to Texas students, as it pertains to scholarship programs and scholarship application deadlines across the state. While most of the awards are granted to high school seniors, there are several scholarships for junior, sophomore, and freshman students. Visit the Scholarsip Buddy Texas website for more information.
WGU Scholarships-Deadlines Vary
Mental Health Austin Scholarship - Deadline May 1st
Williamson County Retired Teachers Association - Deadline, March 31st
The Williamson County Retired Teachers Association (WCRTA) supports future educators by awarding two $1,000 WCRTA Aspiring Educator Scholarships to graduating seniors who plan to major in education. Applicants may be graduating seniors from any high school in a Williamson County independent school district.
Scholarship recipients (invited with their parents and counselor) are expected to attend the WCRTA Membership Meeting and Luncheon in June, where they will be recognized and congratulated by the WCRTA membership.
Recipients also submit a progress letter to WCRTA at the end of their Fall and Spring semesters.
Application should be completed electronically. Upon completion, the applicant must print the document, sign, scan with required documentation (Letters of Acceptance, Transcript, and SAT and ACT Score Reports) into one PDF file.
Applications will then be emailed to:
Round Rock ISD Council of PTA Scholarships - Deadline Mar 29
Seniors in Round Rock high schools are invited to apply for Council of PTAs’ Senior Scholarships. Council awards $500 to seniors at Round Rock ISD’s five zoned high schools and at Success High School. PTAs throughout Round Rock ISD contribute to this scholarship program. Please talk to your school counselor or download the application here. Applications must be submitted by March 29, 2020
Cactus Ranch PTA Scholarship - Deadline Mar. 15th
The Willis Scholarship - Deadline March 20, 2020
Purpose: The purpose of The Willis Scholarship is to invest in a student who can prove he/she will make a difference in the world by leading with confidence and integrity. Using the guidance of the book, Overeducated & Under Experienced: Navigating a Saturated Workforce by Dr. April Willis, students will be able to focus on excelling academically in order to ultimately achieve professional success.
Scholarship Description: One scholarship of $750 will be awarded to a qualified student who meets all eligibility requirements, completes the application, and completes the required activities in their entirety. The scholarship will be given in the form of a check to the student’s university in his/her name and applied to the student’s tuition. If the tuition has already been paid in full, then the student will receive a refund check from the university and may use that money to purchase textbooks, supplies, or other college-related expenses.
Eligible applicants must identify with ALL of the following criteria:
- Current high school senior who will be attending a college or university in the Fall of 2020
- Current GPA of at least 2.60
- Currently attending high school will graduate high school in one of the following ISDs in Texas:
- Hutto ISD
- Round Rock ISD
- Pflugerville ISD
- Taylor ISD
- Georgetown ISD
- Hurst-Euless-Bedford ISD
How to Apply for the Scholarship:
- Complete the brief, attached application
- Complete the following activities from the book, Overeducated & Under Experienced: Navigating a Saturated Workforce by Dr. April Willis (can be purchased on Amazon for $16.95, Kindle for $9.95, or available by request at your school or CTE center)
o Chapter 1: Action Steps 1-5
o Chapter 2: Action Steps 1-9
o Chapter 3: Action Steps 1-6
o Chapter 4: Action Steps 1-8
o Chapter 5: Action Steps 1-5
o Chapter 6: Action Steps 1-2
o Chapter 7: Action Steps 1-3
o Chapter 8: Action Steps 1-3
o Chapter 9: Action Steps 1-3
o Chapter 10: Action Steps 1-3
o Chapter 11: Action Steps 1-4
- Each activity response should be typed into a document. Ensure each activity response is appropriately titled with the corresponding chapter number and action step number. Creativity and professionalism is valued. All activities should be saved as one document. Incomplete applications will not be considered for the scholarship award.
- Email the completed application and the completed activities (as one document) to
email@example.com. Only .pdf, .doc, .docx, or Google Doc files will be accepted.
Deadline: Friday, March 20, 2020
Download Application Here
The ITE Diversity Scholars Application - Deadline, Mar 15th
This scholarship is open to any U.S. high school student of African-American; Native American, Alaskan, and Hawaiian; or Hispanic/Latino heritage with an interest in a career in transportation and seeking to study transportation engineering, planning, or in a related-field at a school with an established ITE Student Chapter. Preference will be given to first generation college students and low household income. An objective of the Diversity Scholars Program is to help those with the greatest need. Applicants eligible for Pell Grants (as determined through the FAFSA application process) will be given priority, but those not eligible for Pell Grants will still be considered.
One (1) scholarship will be awarded annually to an eligible graduating high school senior committed to pursuing a career in transportation engineering, planning or closely related field. The student must enroll in a University with an ITE Student Chapter.
How to Apply
For more information, download ITE Diversity Scholars Flyer.
El Amistad Scholarship - Deadline March 15th
The El Amistad Scholarsip Application for 2020 is now open! The deadline for scholarship applications will be Sunday, March 15th.
Visit the El Amistad Scholarship Website to download application.
Applications should be submitted to:
408 E. Austin Ave
Round Rock, TX 78664
Or email them to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please submit questions to email@example.com or call (512)464-5613.
AUSTIN RELOCATION COUNCIL SCHOLARSHIP - Deadline March 5th
Scholarship Amount: $2,000.00
Criteria for Scholarship:
Please pay close attention to the documents needed. If any documents are missing, that could be grounds for disqualification. All submissions will be evaluated and voted on by a group of 3 impartial judges. The panel of judges will be determined by the Austin Relocation Council.
1. Applicant must be a high school senior with plans to enroll in college for the 2020-2021 school year.
2. Must have relocated to the Austin area from a distance of greater than 50 miles (and changed high schools) within the last 24 months.
3. Applicant must have a minimum grade point average of 3.0 on a scale of 4.0. Verified via document (not a link)
4. Must submit SAT and/or ACT test scores via document (not a link) 5. Must submit list of recent (within the last 12 months) extra-curricular and community outreach activities
6. Essay must be written by the student applicant and be at least 1000 words in length.
7. Essay must address the student applicant’s challenges and experiences encountered while relocating to his or her new home and high school in the Austin area as well as any successes achieved. It is recommended that the essay give advice to another teenager preparing to relocate.
8. Essay must be submitted via email in PDF format to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than midnight, Thursday, March 5, 2020.
All Round Rock ISD Partners in Education Scholarships - Deadline Mar 1st
Concordia University Texas Scholarship - Deadline Mar 1st
Concordia University Texas is a private, coeducational institution of liberal arts and sciences offering undergraduate and graduate degrees. Its mission is Developing Christian Leaders. Each RRISD high school including Success will be awarded two scholarships of $2,000 each. RRISD will be awarded a total of 12 scholarships. The award is payable $1,000 per term and is renewable for 8 consecutive long semesters provided the recipient maintains Concordia’s Standard of Academic Progress.
Graduating senior in 2020
Accepted to Concordia
Express financial need
The Nolan Ryan Foundation Scholarship - Deadline Mar 1st
The Nolan Ryan Foundation is pitching in for a better future by promoting youth, education and community development. Over the years, the Foundation has been able to provide over $200,000 in scholarships to deserving students.
We hope this scholarship can truly impact students’ lives for the better and give them the opportunity for higher education and success beyond college.
Demonstrate a financial need, is a first generation college attendee and have at least a 3.0 GPA
Round Rock ISD Partners in Education Scholarships - Deadline Mar. 1st
The Round Rock ISD Partners in Education Foudation offers over 30 scholarships for Round Rock ISD seniors.
Don Quick & Associates Honorary 50th Anniversary Education Scholarship - Deadline, Mar 1st
Don Quick & Associates has been an accomplished leader in commercial real estate services over the last 50 years and is dedicated to becoming an accomplished leader in giving back and serving the community. In 2020, we are establishing a scholarship fund to award scholarships to several high school students who show the same dedication to service and commitment to the community.
The Don Quick & Associates Honorary 50th Anniversary Education Scholarship is open to all graduating seniors of Round Rock ISD who plan to pursue real estate or careers in business and who have also shown a commitment to their community.
Feller Kanga Roof Construction Education Scholarship - Deadline Mar 1st
Scholarship is for a graduating RRISD senior attending a Tech School and planning to pursue a career in the Construction Industry.
Apply here. Deadline March 1, 2020.
Invest in Success Scholarship - Deadline Mar 1st
This scholarship is designated to a student attending Success High School and pursuing higher education at a Community College, Trade School or University.
Student must be a currently Attending Success High School.
Marsha Swenson Memorial Scholarship - Deadline Mar 1st
Marsha Swenson was a strong supporter of Success High School. She believed in giving people a second chance in life, which represents the school mascot. She believed in the strong value of higher education and continuing education. She had a passion for serving others, which explains why she chose the nursing field as her career. She also had an eagerness for sharing her faith in her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ with most everyone she met.
Marsha graduated from Belton High School in 1970. She sought a career in the medical field and became a lab tech, working in microbiology and serology for seven years. She then returned to college and graduated from San Antonio College School of Nursing earning her certification as a Registered Nurse in 1984. She later through continuing education became a nurse case manager and was certified in rehabilitation nursing and case management. In February 2013, due to her breast cancer returning after being in remission for a short period of time, she was unable to continue working her business. Marsha passed away in July of 2014.
Marsha’s connection to Success High School and Round Rock ISD is through her husband Dan Swenson who has served as counselor at Success for the past 12 years. Friends of Dan and the staff of Success High School have been supportive of a scholarship specifically for students who attend Success High School.
Students must be a Success High School student.
Hindu Charities for America Scholarship - Deadline Mar. 1st
Founded in 2010 HC4A is a registered 501 (c ) (3), Multicultural Non-Religious Charity. Its mission is to Bridge Income Disparity through Education in the US. This scholarship is designed to help support students with significant financial need who are going to be enrolled in an Applied Science workforce program at Austin Community College or any other local accredited professional school.
● Pursuing an Associate’s degree or enrolling in a vocational program
● Committed to full-time studies, volunteerism and community involvement
● U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident
● Demonstrate significant financial need as detailed in the scholarship application
Officer Charles Whites Round Rock Police Officers Assn Memorial Scholarship - Deadline Mar 1st
On April 27, 2018, Police Officer Charles M. Whites, Jr. succumbed to injuries sustained when hit by a vehicle on February 25th while directing traffic. Born on August 22, 1954 in Sherman, TX, with a soul that has the courage to wear the badge, Officer Whites had been saving, serving, and protecting the people as a Law Enforcement Officer for 19 years.
Officer Whites served as a patrol officer, field training officer, and a SWAT negotiator while sworn with the Round Rock Police Department in Texas – a long-time dream fulfilled.
Officer Whites was most known for his calm demeanor and passion for the job; a veteran lawman who just loved being out on the streets, patrolling his beloved community. He was a well-respected Officer among his peers and the citizens he served. Those who met him felt an instant connection and trust. Charles was a lover of the outdoors: caving, climbing, scuba diving, hiking, wilderness backpacking, and cross-country and down-hill skiing. He was a manager of Wilderness Whitewater Supply until he pursued his passion of policing. He was also a voracious reader and lover of music and poetry — a true renaissance man.
To be considered for the Officer Charles Whites Round Rock Police Officer Association Memorial Scholarship, graduating seniors of Cedar Ridge, Round Rock, Stony Point and Success High School and must demonstrate a commitment to their community.
Simon Youth Foundation (SYF) Scholarship - Deadline Feb. 19th
Round Rock Premium Outlets is proud to support education! Round Rock Premium Outlets is once again partnering with Simon Youth Foundation (SYF) to award local students post-secondary scholarships through the Simon Youth Community Scholarship program. A one-time award of up to $1,500 will be given to one high school senior who lives near Round Rock Premium Outlets or a nearby community. The student must plan to attend an accredited university, two- or four-year college, or technical or vocational school full-time in fall 2020.
Additionally, an Award of Excellence – a $2,500 renewable scholarship – will be given to the top candidate from among the scholarship winners that represent each of Simon Property Group’s nationwide Premium Outlets® locations. All Community Scholarship applicants will be considered for the Award of Excellence, and only a single application needs to be completed.
All applications must be submitted online on or before February 19, 2020. As part of the application, students must upload their official school transcripts and their parent or guardian’s most recently filed tax form.
All applications are reviewed by International Scholarship and Tuition Services, Inc. (ISTS), SYF’s third-party administrator. Applicants will be evaluated based on academic promise, financial need, written response, work experience as well as community and extracurricular involvement. After a careful review of all applications, recipients will be notified in May 2020.
Please feel free to contact Aleesia Thomas with any additional questions regarding the scholarships at Aleesia.email@example.com or 512.819.0002 x4. You can learn more about SYF at syf.org.
Aleesia Thomas Director of Marketing & Business Development Round Rock Premium Outlets
A+FCU Scholarship - Deadline Feb. 17th
- High school graduating seniors pursuing an education major
- High school graduating seniors pursuing majors in other fields
- College students with a minimum of 60 collegiate hours and admitted to a College of Education
- Teachers working on a master’s degree
HEB UIL Scholoarship - Deadline Feb. 14th
For the second consecutive year, H-E-B will award 15 high school seniors who participated in UIL competitions with a $2,000 scholarship in recognition of their community service and involvement in their communities. Please have any applicants who meet the criteria below submit their application to SportsInAction.com by no later than Feb. 14, 2020:
- Minimum 3.3 GPA
- Number of Community Service Hours completed in the last 12 months
- Community Service Verification Letters to document the number of hours submitted
- A Letter of Recommendation
- A Short Essay (500 words or less) on the topic: “What does Community mean to you?”
There will be 15 total winners – 5 each in music, academics and athletics – and each will be awarded $2,000 from H-E-B. An announcement of the winners will be March 14, 2020.
More information on the scholarship can be found here: http://www.sportsinaction.com/scholarship/
Professional Women of Williamson County - Deadline Feb. 1st
Professional Women of Williamson County annually awards scholarships to women seeking to further their education, whether it be traditional college, continuing education or advanced certification, or a career and technical education track.
The PWOW Scholarship Committee and select PWOW members will review the application packets and select the scholarship winners. The scholarship recipient will be notified by mail or phone. Each recipient will be recognized at PWOW’s annual Scholarship and Recruitment Luncheon which occurs on the last Wednesday in April of each year.
Scholarship amounts will vary in value. Checks will be made payable to the school/program of attendance. The recipient will forfeit the scholarship if it is not used by December 31 of the award year.
Participation is open to all Williamson County female residents. Members of PWOW and their direct family members are not eligible to receive PWOW scholarships.
Texas Student Housing Scholarship - Deadline Jan. 31
The Texas State Housing Authority Scholarship is open to students who will be attending college in Austin, College Station, or Denton, Texas. Scholarships are awarded for the full or partial cost of an OFF-CAMPUS room for one academic year at Town Lake in Austin, the Ridge at North Texas, and the Cambridge in College Station. This scholarship cannot be transferred to another university or location.
Amazon Future Engineer Scholarship - Deadline Jan. 17, 2020
The Amazon Future Engineer scholarship program assists high school seniors who have completed an advanced placement computer science course, or who have taken an advanced placement computer science test and plan to continue their education at an accredited four-year college or university majoring in computer science, software engineering, computer engineering or other computer related field of study. Winners of the award receive $10,000 per year at an accredited four-year college or university as well as a paid summer internship at Amazon after their freshman year of college. Application and eligibility can be found here.
Texas PTA High School Senior Scholarship 2019-2020 - Deadline Nov. 15, 2019
Texas PTA offers $1000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors in Texas who will be enrolled full-time in an
accredited college or university or a technical institute in the summer or fall semester immediately following applicant’s
high school graduation. All funds for the scholarships are provided by gifts to the Texas PTA Endowment Fund.
Through our scholarship program, Texas PTA works to support students who are focused on achieving career goals
through higher education. In evaluating each application, service and participation in school activities, community
involvement and scholastic merit will be considered.
❑ Applicant must be a graduating high school senior from a school in the state of Texas.
❑ Applicant must be enrolled in a high school with a Local PTA/PTSA that has achieved Active Status by December 1.
❑ Applicant must be a current member* of the PTA at their enrolled campus, as recorded by Texas PTA by December 1.
*The membership year begins August 1 of each year.
❑ Applicant must plan to be enrolled full-time in an accredited college, university or a technical institute in the summer or fall semester immediately following high school graduation.
❑ Immediate family members of the Texas PTA Board of Directors or staff are not eligible to apply.
❑ A completed electronic application must be received by November 15, 2019. Application can be found at www.txpta.org/scholarships.