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If you are receiving veterans’ education benefits you are also eligible to apply for scholarships awarded by Texas A&M University, including those awarded by Scholarships & Financial Aid, academic departments and colleges, the Texas A&M Foundation, and other scholarship awarding units.

In addition, you are also eligible to apply for military scholarships awarded by the University, as well as external entities. Please see the Active Duty/Veterans Scholarships or Veteran Dependents/Spouses Scholarships sections below for more information on scholarships opportunities.

You must apply for scholarships in order to be considered. You are not considered for scholarships based on attendance at Texas A&M or your use of veterans’ education benefits.

In order to provide the most opportunity to the greatest number of students, Texas A&M does not stack veteran/spouse/dependent scholarships. If you qualify for more than one military-affiliated scholarship you will receive the highest dollar-value scholarship only. 

To apply for general scholarships awarded by Texas A&M University, please submit the appropriate application below. For more information regarding scholarships, please visit scholarships.tamu.edu.
Incoming Freshman
Incoming freshman can apply for scholarships through the ApplyTexas Application or Coalition Application. You must complete all the scholarship questions and submit by January 2, 2018.
Transfer Students
Transfer students can apply for scholarships through the ApplyTexas Application or Coalition Application.
Graduate Students
Incoming graduate students should contact the department they are entering for scholarship, fellowship, and assistantship opportunities. 
Current Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Continuing students may apply for Texas A&M scholarships using the University Scholarship Application  online at scholarships.tamu.edu and by contacting your academic department or college.

Visit the Non-Resident Tuition Waiver page for information about scholarships and non-resident tuition waiver eligibility.