Terry Traditional “Freshman” Scholarship Frequently asked questions
What is the Traditional Scholarship Program?
Is the Traditional Scholarship transferable?
Can I use the Terry Scholarship to attend a satellite campus?
What are the criteria for the selection of Terry Scholars?
What are the eligibility requirements for the Traditional (Freshman) Scholarship?
What are the qualifications for Freshman Applicants?
Does the Terry Foundation accept applications directly from students?
Is the interview required in order to receive a Terry Scholarship?
How soon after the interviews are the new Terry Scholars announced?
What period does the Traditional Scholarship cover?
What are the criteria for retaining the Scholarship?
How is the amount of the Traditional Scholarship determined?
What about Pell Grants?
Does the Terry Scholarship require that a Scholar live on campus?
What functions are Scholars required to attend?
How does a Terry Scholarship differ from other scholarships?
Are interested freshman candidates required to complete the FAFSA?
I was approved for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), am I eligible to apply for a Terry scholarship?
Am I eligible to apply for a Terry scholarship if I qualify as a Resident of Texas under House Bill 1403/Senate Bill 1528?
I’m planning to pursue a degree that is only offered on-line. Am I eligible for the Terry Scholarship?
My degree requires me to take several on-line courses. Am I still eligible for the Terry Scholarship?
Terry Transfer Scholarship Frequently asked questions
NOTICE: The Terry Foundation will not offer any new Transfer Scholarships for the 2020-2021 academic year. All existing scholarships, both traditional and transfer, will be funded. This action is driven by volatile market conditions. While we deeply regret this course of action, it is necessary to ensure that the Foundation may continue awarding scholarships into perpetuity.