Scholarships

Scholarships are merit-based monetary gifts that can be used for college and do not have to be repaid.

Good things to know about scholarships

  • If you receive a private scholarship, you must turn the check and/or related documentation in to the Office of Student Financial Assistance so that the necessary adjustments can be made to your financial aid award(s).

Institutional scholarships

Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi offers a variety of academically competitive scholarships for new and/or current students.

General scholarships

College scholarships
Scholarships may also be available to students according to their academic major or area of interest. Please refer to the links below for more information.

For more information on University scholarships, please contact the Scholarship Office.

Other scholarships

Hundreds of thousands of scholarships are awarded each year to students from various entities and organizations. Generally, scholarships are reserved for students with special qualifications, such as academic, athletic or artistic talent. However, scholarships are also available for students who are interested in particular fields of study, who are from certain walks of life, or who demonstrate financial need. Databases of these scholarships opportunities exist for students to take advantage of.

You are required to report any scholarships you receive that are not awarded by our University to our office. Failure to report such assistance can result in a reduction or cancellation of your financial aid.

You are required to report any scholarships you receive that are not awarded by our University to our office. Failure to report such assistance can result in a reduction or cancellation of your financial aid.