The common application must be filled out – regardless of which scholarship you are applying for.
The generosity of donors allows the Economics Department and the College of Liberal Arts to offer numerous merit- and need-based scholarships to help undergraduate students continue their education. To apply, continuing students must complete the University Scholarship Application during the application window of October 1 to February 1 annually. Incoming and transfer students apply through the ApplyTexas application. Both are common applications; students do not apply for individual scholarships.
Important dates for the application are:
Opens – October 15, 2019
Deadline – February 1, 2020
Additional information is available from Scholarships & Financial Aid.
The College of Liberal Arts is also please to award the Global Experience Scholarship in support of study abroad. Continuing students who wish to be considered for this scholarship should complete the University Scholarship Application during the applicable cycle.
Listed below are five different scholarships just for ECON students that apply through the University Scholarship Application
Jacquelene M. Browning Memorial Scholarship
The Jacquelene M. Browning Memorial Scholarship has been established by her many friends (both students and faculty).
Jeffrey D. Elkin Scholarship
The Jeffrey D. Elkin Scholarship was established by Jeffrey and Valorie Elkin in 2009.
The Neal Hahn Memorial Scholarship
The Neal Hahn Memorial Scholarship has been established by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hahn in memory of their son, Neal, who was an Honors Economics major at Texas A&M University.
Kimberly and Anthony Bugai Scholarship
The Kimberly and Anthony Bugai Scholarship was endowed in 2015 by Kimberly and Anthony Bugai
Professor Svetozar Pejovich Scholarship
To honor Professor Pejovich’s distinguished contributions to the Economics field, as well as to inspire and educate generations of Aggies, The College of Liberal Arts and former Pejovich student Shelia Amin Gutierrez de Pineres ’88 established the Professor Svetozar Pejovich Scholarship for Texas A&M undergraduate ECON students.