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Assured Scholarships

These Assured Scholarships are awarded on the basis of a student’s academic credentials (i.e., test scores and high school rank or IB diploma). To be eligible for these awards, you must submit an admission application, official high school transcript and official SAT or ACT scores. These scholarships are guaranteed to all qualified residents and nonresidents (including international students) provided you are admitted to Texas State as a first-time incoming freshman and meet the minimum scholarship qualifications prior to your first semester (fall or spring). If you are a nonresident receiving an Assured Scholarship, you also qualify to pay the in-state tuition rate.

Assured Scholarships

Scholarship

Total Award

Annual Award

Eligibility Criteria

Renewal Criteria

President's Honor Scholarship

$32,000

$8,000

  • Minimum 1400+/32+ SAT/ACT and
  • Top 15% of graduating class or IB diploma or Cambridge Capstone Credential
  • 3.25 cum. Texas State GPA
  • 28 hrs./yr. (fall/spring)
  • Undergraduate status

Texas State Achievement Scholarship*

 $16,000

$4,000

  • Minimum 1200-1390/27-31 SAT/ACT and  
  • Top 15% of graduating class or IB diploma or Cambridge Capstone Credential
  • 3.25 cum. Texas State GPA
  • 28 hrs./yr. (fall/spring)
  • Undergraduate status

 * Eligibility criteria for the Texas State Achievement Scholarship is effective for incoming freshmen beginning           2014-2015. Prior to 2014-2015, the minimum requirement was 1300-1390 / 29-31 SAT/ACT and top 15% of graduating class or IB diploma or Capstone Credential. 
 

  • These scholarships are renewable for up to four years based upon required academic performance.
  • For Texas State scholarship purposes, SAT score is defined as the total of the best critical reading and math subscores from a single testing. ACT score is defined as the best composite score from a single testing.
  • Any combination of financial aid and scholarships cannot exceed the cost of attendance.