Student Government Scholarship (SA6007)

The Student Government Scholarship awards to students who prove to be academically responsible and represent Texas State positively through their involvement on or off campus. Undergraduate and Graduate students must meet certain requirements to be eligible to apply for the Student Government Scholarship: At the time of application, an undergraduate student must be classified as a sophomore, junior or senior; have completed two long semesters at Texas State; have earned a 2.50 Texas State GPA; be a full-time enrolled Texas State student; and be a member of a social or academic organization. At the time of application, a graduate student must be enrolled in at least 6 hours; have earned a minimum 3.00 Texas State GPA; and preference shall be given to a graduate student who is a member of an academic or social organization. Loans, scholarships and work study are forms of financial aid that applicants may be receiving. Students who are receiving need-based grants are not eligible to apply to this scholarship.

Award
Varies
Scopes
Student Success - Student Involvement and Engagement
Deadline
03/19/2023
Supplemental Questions
  1. 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?
  2. 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)
  3. 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?
  4. What is your projected graduation semester and year?
  5. Are you receiving financial aid?
  6. Are you receiving financial aid in the form of need-based grants?
  7. Do you have children in your household who you are partially or fully responsible for their care?
  8. How many children in your household who you are partially or fully responsible for their care?
  9. Are you employed? Employment includes, but is not limited to Work Study.
  10. If you are employed, where are you employed?
  11. If employed, how many hours per week do you work?
  12. Please list the dates and names of Texas State University student organizations/clubs you were/are a member.
  13. Please list the dates and names of non-Texas State University organizations/clubs you were/are a member during your time in college. (Please enter N/A if this does not apply to you.)
  14. Please list the leadership positions you have held during your time in college. (Please enter N/A if this does not apply to you.)
  15. Essay: What value has Texas State added to your life? Please explain by referring to your academic, professional and extracurricular activities. (Essay may not be more than 400 words.)
  16. If you have been awarded financial aid for the upcoming academic year, please upload a PDF of your awards page.
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