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Did you attend Mendez Middle School in Austin, TX for at least 2 years?
I have read and understand the requirements for this scholarship. I further understand that if I receive the Holly G King Information Technology Endowed Scholarship and fail to maintain my eligibility, I may forfeit any future eligibility and may be required to fully reimburse the Holly G King Information Technology Endowed Scholarship Fund.
Are you employed? Employment includes, but is not limited to Work Study.
Are you currently under disciplinary probation or suspension at Texas State University?
Are you a current APTA member?
Will you have completed at least 60 credit hours prior to the next fall semester? Meaning, will you be a junior or senior by the next fall semester?
Did you participate in Junior Club Volleyball with the Lone Star Region Volleyball Association?
Are you a dependent of a Texas State Employee?
Are you a current student worker with the University Libraries?
Have you received an undergraduate degree from Texas A&M University?
Are you related to a retired or current faculty or staff member of Texas State University?
I. Incomplete applications will NOT be considered. Any missing document or missing/incorrect information constitutes an incomplete application. Texas State will not contact applicants if the application is incomplete.
II. Freshman students with no prior college GPA are not eligible for the IEFS.
III. Graduate/Post-Graduate with no graduate credits completed: Minimum undergraduate GPA required is: 3.0
IV. Texas State University faculty-led programs: The Texas State University System Board of Regents must approve all Texas State University faculty-led programs as education abroad programs before program participants can be considered eligible for the IEFS. Check with Texas State University Education Abroad Office to determine if the program/course qualifies for the IEFS. The IEFS may not be used for programs or courses whose "international component"; is considered a field trip and/or comprises less than 50% of the course.
V. All students must verify the status of their IEFS application.
VI. All students awarded a scholarship must submit acceptance. Recipients must respect all the deadlines, or their scholarship may be canceled. All students must have a completed application and be officially enrolled in their respective education abroad program by the last day of the acceptance period. If enrollment is not verified, such funds will be distributed to alternate applicants. The Texas State Education Abroad Office is will not contact applicants to remind them or inform them about the procedures or results.
VII. Due to privacy rights, information about the scholarships awarded will not be provided over the phone.
VIII. Students who are on academic or disciplinary probation/suspension are not eligible to receive an IEFS award.
IX. The IEFS Committee will evaluate all the applications based on the Texas State University criteria for awarding the IEFS rather than on individual circumstances.
X. Not all the students who meet the minimum requirements will receive a scholarship.
XI. Financial need is determined according to the records of the Texas State Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships. If you have not submitted a FAFSA for the current academic year and your financial need cannot be determined, you are ranked as having a "low" need.
XII. All participants must be enrolled full-time in a Texas State faculty-led exchange or affiliated education abroad program for college credit, unless otherwise stated in the inter-institutional agreement or specified by the program requirements.
XIII. Alternate students may be considered if unaccepted scholarship funds are available. Applicants who qualify as alternate students will be notified during the award notification period and will be informed of the required procedures.
XIV. Each recipient is required to participate in the program described in the application during the dates indicated. If an applicant decides to participate in a different education abroad program after the scholarship has been awarded, the applicant will be required to submit written notification to the Education Abroad Office that indicates a change has been made in the student's program. The scholarship will be re-evaluated using the information of the new education abroad program. Based on the new information, the scholarship award may be reduced by the IEFS Committee to comply with the award criteria. However, if with the new education abroad program information the student qualifies for more scholarship funds, the IEFS Committee cannot guarantee the availability of the additional funds, and the student may only be eligible for the initial amount.
XV. If a student does not engage in or complete the education abroad program according to the submitted application, she/he is not entitled to the award even if already allocated by the committee, and must repay any award given. In case of non-compliance with the rules and operating procedures, a hold will be placed on the student's records, and the student will not be allowed to register for the next semester. In addition, this may result in the withholding of grades, transcripts, or degree until compliance is obtained.
XVI. The IEFS awards are not deferred.
XVII. Students who apply to a education abroad program in a location for which the U.S. Department of State has issued a travel advisory level 3 or 4 are not eligible for the IEFS.
XVIII. The IEFS Committee reserves the right to suspend awards to students who have selected programs that are deemed to follow insufficient academic quality and/or health and safety. You are advised to contact Texas State Education Abroad Office for an updated list of programs under this status.
XIX. The IEFS Committee strongly recommends to keep a copy of these policies for future reference, purchase trip cancellation/delay/interruption insurance in case of unforeseen circumstances, and attend any of the general information sessions offered by the Texas State Education Abroad Office.
XX.Intentionally falsified information will lead to disqualification from consideration for the scholarship and repayment of any scholarship money awarded. Students will return or repay scholarship funds within 30 days after withdrawing from the education abroad program or should the education abroad program be cancelled. If participation in the program is terminated, students will remain responsible for all program fees and for the repayment of the IEFS award.
XXI. Texas State students who participate in education abroad programs may not be eligible to apply for the tuition rebate program.
XXII.If an independent study, research or internship, students will be required to provide the Education Abroad Office with a completed Independent/Internship Proposal Form, proof on enrollment at the host institution (as applicable), and demonstrate registration at Texas State for such courses.
Are you a member of the Construction Student Association?
Select your marital status.
Is any member of your family a current member of the Texas State Family Association?
The Terry Foundation expects that you will enroll full-time for each semester in which you would receive the Terry Foundation Scholarship; attending all classes in-person, on the campus for which you are applying. Do your plans align with this expectation?
Please enter a date
formatted like MM/DD/YYYY.
Have you previously Received an IEF Scholarship?
Intent: I intend that this release and indemnity agreement bind not only me, but also my heirs, assigns, and personal representatives. I intend this as release, discharge, indemnity and promise not to sue the Releases. I further intend that this agreement be construed under the laws of the State of Texas.
Do you have a dependent under the age of 17?
Are you enrolled in a computer-centric, technology-related program of study at Texas State University?
Does your spouse have any student loan debt?
Are you a regular staff member of the Texas State University IT Division or the spouse, child, grandchild, or legal ward of a staff member?
If you are the staff member, enter your own name.
Are you eligible to compete for Texas State University in National Collegiate Water Ski Association (NCWSA) sanctioned team competitions, but have not competed for another NCWSA A-team in the previous one year?
You must intend to join the Texas State Water Ski Team and represent the school in team 3-event water ski competition and have remaining eligibility for the entire upcoming year (fall and spring semesters). You must be a current 3-event tournament water ski athlete, as evidenced by a current ranking shown on the American Water Ski Association (AWSA) ranking list, and have participated in at least one competitive event (slalom, trick, jump, or overall) in the last year.
Are you currently attending Texas State University?
Do you have any siblings who reside at your residence? If so, you are required to answer the question below.
Do you intend to pursue graduate studies?
Are you a member of ASCLS and TACLS?
Please select the type of education abroad program you will be attending:
Please select the marital status of the individual(s) with whom you primarily reside.
Are you a member of the Society for Clinical Laboratory Science at Texas State?
Are you currently in the Reserve or National Guard?
Have you completed a FAFSA with the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships?
Do you have children in your household who you are partially or fully responsible for their care?
TERRY AFFILIATION QUESTION
*Do you have a close relationship (sibling, relative, friend, teacher, etc.) who is a current/former Terry Scholar or is applying for a Terry Scholarship?
Do you or your spouse receive child support?
Do you or your spouse pay child support?
Preference will be given to first generation college students. Do any of your parents or parental figures have college degrees?
Are there other financial resources that you rely upon to support yourself and your family?
Were you honorably discharged from your military service?
Will you be specializing in pediatric or neonatal nursing upon graduation?
If employed, how many hours per week do you work?
Has the staff member been employed at least six consecutive months prior to the application deadline?
Are you a natural born citizen of the United States?
Have you continuously resided in Texas since June 2017?
Have you previously received the Dorothy Coker Research Fellowship?
Opportunity Specific Questions
Are you an active member of the Alpha Lambda Delta honor society?
Are you a member of Psi Chi or the Psychology Association?
I guarantee that I will successfully complete 30-89 credit hours (no more, no less) by the beginning of the next fall semester.
Have you ever served in the United States Armed Forces? If you respond no to this question, you may skip all military service questions.
Do you have a close relationship (sibling, spouse, relative, co-worker, teacher, counselor, etc.) who is a current/former Terry Scholar OR is applying for a Terry Scholarship?
Have you previously interviewed for a Terry Foundation Scholarship (either Traditional or Transfer)?
Are you receiving financial aid in the form of need-based grants?
Need-Based grants include Pell Grant, SEOG Grant, TEXAS Grant, TPEG or TSTG (Tuition Set-aside). This does not include scholarships.
Only those with a 3.25 major GPA are eligible to apply. According to your Degree Audit, is your major GPA 2.25 or higher?
This scholarship is awarded to students as they enter their “senior year.” Will the next fall semester be your last fall semester as an undergraduate?
Are you an active member of the Texas State University chapter Wildlife Society?
Do you pay the cost of child care for your dependent children or stepchildren?
Have you utilized GI Bill education benefits?
Will you be returning as a student worker in the library for the upcoming fall semester?
Have you completed at least one full semester as a full-time M.S. graduate student majoring in biochemistry?
Is this a new application or an application for renewal?
Have you completed at least one full year at Texas State as a full-time undergraduate student majoring in either chemistry or biochemistry?
Will a chemistry department course instructor write a brief letter of reference in support of your application for this award?
Will you be seeking any teacher certification(s)?
Do you have any student loan debt?
Are you entitled to Hazlewood benefits?
I would like to apply to this scholarship.
Do you agree to enroll in 12 hours of undergraduate coursework or 9 hours of graduate coursework during the semester(s) in which this scholarship will be awarded?
Will a chemistry department course instructor write a brief letter of reference in support of your application for this award?
Do you have dual citizenship that includes the U.S.?
Are you currently enrolled at Texas State in at least 12 credit hours as an undergraduate or in at least 6 credit hours as a graduate/doctoral student?
Do you plan to be enrolled full-time in the spring semester? Full time for undergraduates is 12 or more hours.
Please tell us if you are the first person in your family to attend college.
Are you an undergraduate who has attended Texas State for two long semesters, which do not need to be consecutive? (Please enter N/A if you are a graduate student)
Are you receiving financial aid?
Will you complete CHEM 1342 at Texas State during the fall or spring semester of this academic year?
Do you intend or have you already submitted the 2020-2021 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)?
For tax year 2019, are you listed as a dependent on someone else’s tax return?
Will you be enrolled at Texas State in at least 12 hours as an undergraduate or in at least 6 hours as a graduate/doctoral student during both the fall and spring semesters when this scholarship will be awarded?
Have you completed at least one full semester as a full-time M.S. graduate student majoring in chemistry or biochemistry or as an MSEC program Ph.D. student?
What is your projected graduation semester and year?
Have you completed at least one full semester as a full-time M.S. graduate student majoring in chemistry?
Will a CHEM 1341 or 1342 instructor write a brief letter of reference in support of your application for this award?
Do you have secondary certification in history?
Did you work as a laboratory instructional assistant in the fall semester and will you do so again during the spring semester of the current academic year?
Will you have completed CHEM 4382 by the end of the spring semester of the current academic year?
Will you have completed CHEM 4341 and 4241 by the end of the spring semester of the current academic year?
Will you have completed CHEM 3380 and 3381 at Texas State by the end of the spring semester of the current academic year?
Submitting an incomplete application, an incorrect budget or budget justification, or a budget request that exceeds the maximum allowable amount will disqualify your application from review. Please note that uploading application materials in PDF format is preferred.
Have you completed at least one full semester at Texas State as a full-time undergraduate student with a major or minor in either chemistry or biochemistry?
Do you plan on enrolling for at least 6 hours next long semester?
Will you have completed CHEM 3340 and CHEM 3245 at Texas State by the end of the fall or spring semester of the current academic year?
Have you completed a Kohl’s internship in the last year?
Are you working as a laboratory instructional assistant during the spring semester of the current academic year?
Will you have completed CHEM 2342 at Texas State by the end of the fall or spring semester of the current academic year?
Will a CHEM 2341 or 2342 instructor write a brief letter of reference in support of your application for this award?
I have read and understand the Underhilll-Kens Scholarship eligibility criteria and I agree that upon acceptance of this scholarship award I will write a thank you letter to the donor and upon completion of my education abroad program I will submit a report to Education Abroad detailing what I have learned from my experience and will participate in Education Abroad presentation(s).
Do you plan to be enrolled full-time in the next fall semester? Full-time for undergraduates is 12 or more hours. Full-time for graduate students is 9 or more hours.
To be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must meet the following requirements:
Be an AFROTC Cadet in good standing
Enroll full time (at least 12 credit hours) during the semester(s) in which the scholarship is received.
Do you meet these requirements?
This award is intended for single mothers. Are you a single mother?
Have you accepted an internship offer from Kohl’s for this year?
Are you a first generation college student?
Have you applied for U.S. permanent resident status?
Are you currently majoring in the College of Education?
Have you been awarded the TSUS – Edmund P. Kuempel Scholarship in the past? (Recipients are only allowed to receive once, if you are a previous recipient you are ineligible)
I certify that the information I have provided is complete and correct to the best of my knowledge. I authorize the university to release the relevant financial and educational record information, along with personally identifiable information (name, date of birth, etc.), to agencies deemed appropriate for the purposes of processing and scholarship administration. I authorize the university to verify the information I have provided. I further understand that this information will be relied upon by the officials of the university and that the submission of false information is grounds for rejection of my scholarship information and/or withdrawal of offer.
This scholarship is restricted to current student employees of the Information Technology Division. To be eligible as a current student employee, you must have completed three months of employment service in the division prior to the scholarship opportunity start date. Do you meet these criteria?