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"I have a dream" History Scholarship

Recipient must be an undergraduate student with a true appreciation for history and Civil Rights history; all majors will be considered.


(The) Friends of the College of Business Scholarship

The recipient must be a full-time (15 semester hours) junior or senior College of Business major with preference to students pursuing an accounting degree.


(The) Janis Moss Gatlin Scholarship in Music Industry

Upperclassmen pursuing a Bachelor of Music with an emphasis in music industry who shows strong potential for success in commercial music. Must maintain a 3.0 or better GPA. Additionally, must meet all requirements for maintaining a scholarship in the School of Music.


(The) Pulliam Family Scholarship

Recipients must be undergraduate and graduate accounting majors.


2009 Lady Buff Volleyball Seniors Endowed Scholarship

Recipient must be an active member of the WT Volleyball Team meeting all criteria necessary to be awarded an athletic scholarship, U.S. citizen and maintain a cumulative 2.5 GPA. The scholarship will be awarded for both long semesters but may be canceled at the end of the fall semester if the recipient fails to meet the criteria during the fall term or if the recipient elects to quit the team.


3 Star Memorial Scholarship

Incoming freshman, current student, or transfer student enrolled full-time and participant in the West Texas Timed Event Championship or a student assisting with the operations of the event


A.A.U.W., Amarillo Branch, Ruby Lee Smith Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time female junior or senior student having completed one semester at WTAMU and one or more of the Fundamentals of Education courses and must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to secondary education students planning to teach history and/or social studies. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


A.K. Knott Scholarship

Junior or senior English majors who show unusual promise for teaching are eligible.


Academic Excellence / Academic Freedom Scholarship

Preference to graduates of high schools in Region 16. Recipient must be enrolled full time (12 hours per semester) and maintain a 3.5 GPA overall for the year. The scholarship is renewable as long as recipient maintains eligible requirements. Application must be accompanied by written recommendations from two educators acquainted with the student.


Accounting, Economics, and Finance Scholarship Fund

For general scholarship support to accounting, economics, and finance majors.


Ada Lenore Hammonds Dick Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time junior or senior nursing major with a 3.0 GPA.


Addie Brown Childress & Robert F. Childress Memorial Scholarship

Worthy and deserving students, financial need is a primary consideration


Ag Producers Co-op Endowment

Preference will be given to students who maintain a 2.5 GPA. Preference will also be given to students who demonstrate financial hardship. One-time award to an incoming freshman.


Ag Texas Farm Credit Bank Scholarship

Enrolled full-time (minimum 12 hours)--waived if student is in the last semester before graduation; completed at least 30 hours with a min 2.5 GPA; must demonstrate financial need as determined by the Office of Student Financial Aid; must be US citizens or permanent residents; preference given to students from traditionally underrepresented populations in the approved majors.


Agriculture Development Fund of the West Texas State University Foundation

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Agriculture Education Leadership Scholarship

Agriculture education majors with preference to students from Hansford, Castro, and Swisher counties.


Agriculture General Scholarship

Recipient will be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a major in Agricultural Sciences, and must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA.


AJ Swope Memorial Scholarship

Sophomore, junior or senior who maintains a 3.0 GPA;  Scholarship recipient must be in the Mass Communications program or renewable energy program.  Motivation for their choice of degree will be considered.


Albessa Stephenson

No criteria listed.


Alcorn and Taylor Cotton Scholarship

Student must be admitted and attend WTAMU. Student must be a U.S. citizen or actively seeking citizenship within two years of the initial scholarship application. Also, student must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate student and maintain a cumulative 2.5 GPA. Recipient must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, FAFSA, verifying household adjusted gross income of no less than $40,000 and no more than $75,000. Recipient must document and explain how at least 75% of their household income, as reported on the FAFSA, is from the cotton industry and send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu. Preference will be given to applicants who are from cotton farming families and their dependents, or cotton farming employees and their dependents. Also, preference given to applicants who have attended high school in a Texas county that is a member of the Plains Cotton Growers, Inc. Applicant should be available for a personal interview if requested. Scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Allene J. Stovall Scholarship Fund

Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate student majoring in Sports and Exercise Sciences or secondary education with an intent to coach at a junior high or high school level. Additionally, the student must have completed a minimum of 45 credit hours at the end of the last semester and maintain a 3.0 minimum GPA.


Allie Smith Collins Scholarship

Recipients must be junior, senior or graduate students majoring in education with a minimum 3.0 GPA and two semesters at WTAMU.


Allyson Ford's Angel's Grace Scholarship

Winners of contests sponsored and named by the Allyson Ford's Angel's Grace Sch Fnd, but may include other recipients selected by them and WT.


Alma C. Madden Visual Arts Endowed Scholarship

Recipient must be a visual arts student with a 2.5 GPA or greater; will be selected annually.


Alternative Energy Institute Endowment

To assist in funding the Alternative Energy Institute at West Texas A&M University.


Alton Wayne Bassett Music Scholarship

Recipient must be employed and enrolled full-time as a music major, preferably piano or voice; preference given to a parent, especially a single parent. Also, recipient must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA; renewable.


Alumni/Faculty Math & Physical Science Endowment

Scholarships for students enrolled in the Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics.


Alva Lee Shofner Peeler Memorial Scholarship in Music

Recipient will be a full-time student from Hereford, TX majoring in music, and must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA. Preference will be given to a student demonstrating financial need.


Alvin & Liselotte Kuhlman Nursing Scholarship

Recipient will be a nursing student with a minimum 2.70 GPA and based primarily on financial need.


Always WT Scholarship

Recipient must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA with preference given based on need.


Amarillo Advertising Club Scholarship

Awarded to students of sophomore standing or higher who have at least a 2.5 GPA, are interested in an advertising career and participate in the WTAMU Advertising Federation. Financial need may be considered.


Amarillo by Morning Lions Club Scholarship

Full-time, 2.5 GPA, top 26 counties of the TX Panhandle


Amarillo Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc. Scholarship

Outstanding students; must generally have a 3.0 or higher GPA


Amarillo Executive Association Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student majoring in the College of Business with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to dependents of active members of the association. The scholarship is renewable for a max of 8 long semesters when criteria are met.


Amarillo Gear Company Scholarship

Recipient must be a junior or senior engineering major, including engineering technology and computer science with a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Amarillo Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Intern Scholarship

Bilingual college of business major with a minimum 2.5 GPA


Amarillo Music Teachers Association Scholarship

Scholarships for students majoring in keyboard.


Amarillo Retired Teachers Association (ARTA) Education Scholarship

Recipient must be a graduate from one of the four Amarillo ISD high schools; must enroll in a Teacher Education Program at WTAMU; accepted by the Teacher Education Unit of the Department of Education; and is a junior or senior with an overall 3.0 GPA on their freshman- and sophomore-level college work.


Amarillo Symphony Scholarship

Provides tuition and fees to qualified music majors playing with the symphony.


AMI Industrial Machining Scholarship

The $250 scholarship is awarded in the spring semester to an engineering technology major.


Anderson Merchandisers

Established for students enrolled as an information and decision management major in good academic standing; must be a participant in WTAMU's cooperative education and internship program; and must maintain "intern in good standing" status with Anderson Merchandisers Internship Scholarship to be considered for the next semester.


Andrew Duncan Memorial Scholarship in Dance

Recipient must be a dance major enrolled in at least 12 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 24 semester hours per year. Additionally, the student must maintain a 2.5 GPA.


Andrew Duncan, Clint Diaz and Eric Harrison Memorial Scholarship

Students must be theatre, musical theatre and dance majors who are enrolled in at least 12 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 24 semester hours per year. Additionally, the student must maintain a cumulative 2.5 GPA.


Anita Thigpen Perry Nursing Excellence Endowment

The scholarship is available to undergraduate and graduate students that have been admitted to the nursing program. Additionally, they must be in good academic standing and show financial need.


Ann Weatherly Vincent & Cliffton Vincent II Scholarship

Provides scholarships for entering freshmen planning a major in business and who have a minimum "B" average with a minimum 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 grade-point system for scholarship renewal. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Ann Wingo Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Speech

Recipients must be full-time communication studies majors with a cumulative 3.0 GPA and 3.25 in major. Recipients selected based on financial need as well as potential to succeed based on academic performance. Scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Anna Belle Kritser II & Ed and Margaret Roberts Emergency Scholarship Fund

Recipient must experience an unforeseen financial emergency; also, must be a nursing majors with a minimum 2.5 GPA.


Anna Belle Kritser II Foundation Nursing Scholarship

Recipient must be a junior nursing major enrolled full time (12 hours per semester) with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given based on need. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Annette F. & Garry L. Nall Scholarship

Preference is first given to students who are initiated members (old and new) of Zeta Zeta Chapter of Delta Zeta Sorority, second preference to Gamma Sigma Chapter, Kappa Alpha Order Fraternity and third, to members of families of either sorority or fraternity member. Also, preference shall be given based on need. Recipient must have completed at least one regular semester at WTAMU, be continuously enrolled as a full-time student and maintain at least a cumulative 2.0 GPA.


Annette L. Couch Memorial Leadership Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time student actively participating in the LEAD WT program. If LEAD WT ceases to exist scholarship shall be given to Mass Comm or Ag Media & Comm majors. Preference will be given to students with financial need.


ARAMARK President’s Honor Scholarship

Worthy and deserving students enrolled in 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; maintain a 3.4 cumulative GPA and must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Archer Viola Scholarship

This is a financial need-based scholarship.


Area I FFA Scholarship

Recipient must have been a member of the Texas Area I FFA Association, and must be a full-time student in the Department of Agricultural Sciences. First preference will be an Ag Education/Teacher Cert. major, with second preference to any major in the Department of Agricultural Sciences


Arlin Turner Memorial Scholarship Fund

Eligible for the scholarship are deserving junior or senior English majors.


Arnold Gentry Attebury & Vivian Dunn Attebury Memorial Scholarship in Education

Provides scholarships for junior, senior and graduate education majors. The recipient must have a minimum 3.0 GPA and have completed two semesters at WTAMU.


Art Club Scholarship

The recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate or graduate art major with a cumulative 2.5 GPA or 3.0 GPA for graduate students.


Arthur and Hardy Fields Designated Fund

Recipient will be full-time junior or senior majoring in Pre-Dental, be a US citizen or legal permanent resident, Demonstrate financial need according to the FAFSA, attend college the fall semester immediately following selection, be in good standing and display motivation, and receive a recommendation from the Dean of the Paul Engler College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences.


Arthur J. Glover Memorial President's Honor Scholarship in Accounting

Declared accounting major; enrolled 15 hours per semester or complete 30 semester hours per year; maintain a 3.4 cumulative GPA; must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Arthur J. Glover Scholarship in Accounting Endowment Fund

Established for outstanding junior, senior and graduate accounting majors. Selected solely on the basis of merit.


Arvezene Winter Scholarship Fund

The scholarship is awarded annually to students who are psychology majors planning a career in counseling and have reached junior, senior or graduate standing. Applicants should have at least a 3.0 GPA and must have completed at least two semesters at WTAMU.


Asalie Key Price Vocal Scholarship

Full-time (12 hours per semester) students majoring in voice who demonstrate academic excellence by maintaining a 2.75 cumulative GPA.


ASE Annual Fund and Scholarship

Recipient will be student of the College of Agriculture, Science, and Engineering.


AT&T Foundation President's Honor Scholarship

Preference to mathematics major or one of the sciences; U.S. citizen or permanent resident; first and second generation college students, students who qualified for free lunch in high school and/or bilingual students shall be given special consideration; enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; provide leadership and service to the University and community.


Athletic General Scholarship

Students must be enrolled at WTAMU and must be a member of the WTAMU athletics team or a full-time student who meets the criteria of a specific promotional contest.


Athletic Summer Scholarship

The recipient must be a WTAMU athlete.


ATO Leadership Scholarship

Provides scholarships for members of Zeta Kappa Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity.


B. Ronald Fortner, M.D. President's Honor Scholarship

Must be pursuing a degree in nursing studies; enrolled 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; maintain a 3.4 cumulative GPA and must provide leadership and service to the University and community


B.A. & Jane Ann Stewart Dryland Agriculture Scholarship

Provides scholarships for agriculture majors with demonstrated interest in dryland agriculture. Preference to graduate students with a minimum 3.0 GPA.


B.K. Bentley Agriculture Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time agriculture major.


Baker-Singhal Scholarship for Outstanding International Students

Must be a full-time, minimum 15 hours, undergraduate student with a minimum 3.0 GPA; recipient may be an incoming freshman, transfer or currently enrolled student with preference to international students. Applicant must write an essay on "How will you continue your relationship with WT after graduation?"


Bank of America Family Scholarship

Meet admission requirements; children or grandchildren of full-time employees who have been employed for one year in good standing with BOA-Amarillo area; full-time (12 hours) with a 2.0 GPA; based on financial need, academic standing, and commitment to the University.


Barbara Bain Education Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time junior or senior education major with a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Barry B. Thompson President’s Honor Scholarship

Enrolled 15 hours per semester or complete 30 semester hours per year; maintain a 3.4 cumulative GPA; must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Barry L. Duman Family Scholarship

The recipient must be a full-time second-, third- or fourth-year economics or finance major who has maintained a cumulative minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to an economics major.


Barton Russell Spurlock Scholarship

Demonstrates a legitimate need


Bell Helicopter Internship Scholarship

Awarded to interns in "good standing" at the discretion of Bell Helicopter.


Bennie Donald Vittrup Scholarship

Incoming freshmen; "B" average from accredited high schools in Texas


Bennink Education Scholarship Fund

Possible for a junior, senior or graduate student in fine arts with two regular semesters at WTAMU to receive this scholarship. Students must have a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Bennink Fine Arts Scholarship Fund

Junior, senior or graduate fine arts major with two regular semesters at WTAMU.


Benny and Janice Eanes USAF Scholarship

Member of the United States Air Force or a dependent of an active or retired member of the U.S.A.F. or an honorably discharged member of the USAF. Recipient must maintain a 2.5 GPA.


Bertie May Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund

Only students who are working in the Cornette Library are eligible. Must have completed at least 30 hours of course work with the last 12 hours taken at WTAMU. Recipient must maintain a cumulative 3.0 GPA.


Beryl Ellen Richardson Memorial Lady Buff Volleyball Scholarship

Recipient must be a WTAMU Lady Buff volleyball player, current student-athlete or an outstanding freshman with a 2.5 GPA and recommendation by the head coach. Scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Betsy Dickerson Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) education major pursuing a teaching career and must maintain a 2.5 GPA. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Betty Henry Nursing Scholarship Fund

Recipient must be a WTAMU faculty member pursuing a doctoral degree. If there are no members pursuing a doctoral degree, the scholarship can be awarded to an undergraduate nursing student.


Betty Howell Leadership Scholarship

Preference for high school graduates from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. Competitive basis with minimum 85 grade average; class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered' demonstration of leadership required.


Betty Kembel Nursing Scholarship

Provides scholarships for LVNs and RNs returning for a bachelor's degree. Recipient must have a 2.5 GPA or higher.


Betty Kilpatrick Kline Piano Scholarship

Recipient must be a graduate of a Texas Panhandle School who has maintained a 2.5 GPA and is majoring in piano; enrolled full-time (12 semester hours) as a junior or senior or enrolled 9 semester hours as a graduate student.­ Preference will be given to nontraditional students and students showing financial need; renewable.­


Betty R. Samota Women in Business Scholarship

Recipient must be a female full-time undergraduate or graduate student who maintains a 2.5 GPA.


Betty Teel Bivins Leadership Scholarship

Freshmen from high schools from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. Competitive basis with minimum 85 grade average; class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered' demonstration of leadership required.


Bill & Betty Semmelbeck Business Scholarship

Recipient must be a marketing major (first choice), management major (second choice) or general business major (third choice). Selection will be based primarily on need.


Bill & Betty Semmelbeck Engineering Scholarship

Recipients must be majoring in pre-engineering, engineering tech or engineering, and based primarily on need.


Bill & Frances Askew Leadership Scholarship

Freshmen from high schools from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. Competitive basis with minimum 85 grade average; class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered' demonstration of leadership required.


Bill & Peggy Pollart, Jolynn Grieser Memorial Scholarship

Recipients must have a 2.5 GPA and be a full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate student. Additionally, the student must exhibit leadership qualities and demonstrated involvement in student organizations and campus events and activities, exhibit exuberant enthusiasm and love for WTAMU, is a positive role model for students, and display strong moral values and Christian principles. It is the desire of the donor that the recipient become a member of the WTAMU Alumni Association upon graduation from the University and that a demonstrated level of giving back to the University be apparent.


Bill Attebury Scholarship

Recipient must have completed at least 30 hours and be in good standing with the Paul and Virginia Engler College of Business.


Bill Piehl Agriculture Scholarship

Full time student in the dpt. of Agriculture with 2.8 GPA or high school equivalent. Should be actively invovled in Ag and/or University activities. Recipient must provide an annual letter recapping their year and sharing future plans. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Bill Piehl President's Honor Scholarship

Enrolled 15 hours per semester or complete 30 semester hours per year; maintain a 3.4 cumulative GPA; must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Bill R. Lee Journalism Scholarship Fund

The scholarship is awarded annually to a junior, senior or graduate journalism major who has completed two regular semesters at WTAMU and has a minimum 3.0 GPA on all work completed in journalism.


Billie Jeanne Hartness Davis Music Scholarship

Preference to students studying piano and/or voice.


Billy Carr Creamer Memorial Scholarship

Awarded annually to students who are planning a career in theatre. Scholarship may be renewed if the student maintains a cumulative 3.0 GPA.


Biology Activities Account

Provides scholarships to students enrolled in biology-related programs, as well as entering freshmen.


Bob and Connie Burgoon Educational Scholarship

Full-time (12 hours per semester) sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate (six hours per semester) student with a declared major; must maintain a 2.8 GPA, and must be a member of the Church of Christ and active in the WTAMU Bible Chair


Bob and Kay Chester Memorial Scholarship

Awarded annually to an outstanding business major with preference to members of Alpha Kappa Psi.


Bob and Mary Stewart Athletics Scholarship Endowment

All eligible student-athletes in all varsity sports who are on an athletic scholarship will receive a portion of their aid from this endowment.


Bob Givens Cross-Country Memorial Scholarship

Provides scholarships for the students who are members of the WTAMU Cross-Country Team(s). The recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester hours. Incoming freshman recipient must satisfy requirements as a NCAA qualifier. Returning student currently enrolled and in good standing may be eligible for the scholarship by maintaining a cumulative 2.75 GPA.


Bob Givens Memorial Agriculture Scholarship

Criteria will include a minimum 2.75 GPA and activities.


Bob Wills Memorial Scholarship Fund

Outstanding students (national merit recognized, president's honor scholars, Foundation honor scholars, Harrington honor scholars); assistance to waive out-of-state tuition or additional incentives to attend WT.


Bobbe Rule Murphy Scholarship

Recipient will be a full-time junior or senior student pursuing an undergrad degree in an agriculture or agriculture related field, and have a 3.0 or higher GPA. Must not be an employee or immediate family member of an employee of Edward Jones Trust Company.


Bobby Hanna Memorial Scholarship in Agriculture

Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate student majoring in any of the Agricultural Sciences fields with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Preference will be given to high school students from Valley High School (Turkey Quitaque CISD), Vernon Northside High School, and Deming High School (Deming, New Mexico). Also, preference will be given to a student who is a member of the WTAMU Beef Livestock Judging Team.


Borden and Jean Price Scholarship

Recipient must be a deserving sports and exercise major with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Additionally, consideration will be given to a potential coach and teacher.


Boyce & L. Louise Box Christian Athlete Scholarship

Recipients must be undergraduate Christian athletes who maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Bradley Jay Rickwartz Memorial Scholarship Endowment

Awarded to a junior or senior plant science major. The recipient will be from a farm family and demonstrate academic excellence, financial need and leadership activities.


Branding Iron Theatre Scholarship

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Break On Through to the Other Side Scholarship

Recipient must be a history major and must maintain a 2.5 GPA with preference given based on need.


Brent T. Lynch Criminal Justice Scholarship Award

The annual scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate criminal justice major who has completed a minimum of 60 semester hours with a 3.0 GPA or better in the major's course requirements.


Brian M. Beckley Scholarship

Recipient must be a sociology major, and selection will be based on grade point average.


Brumley Leadership Scholarship

Transfers to WTAMU with approximately 60 hours of which a minimum of 30 from Amarillo College with a 3.0 GPA; enroll full-time (12 hours per semester); demonstration of leadership with special attention to students receiving financial assistance at Amarillo College.


Bryan E. & Mary D. McDonald Hard Luck Fund

Preference for students who work part-time, maintain 2.0 GPA and enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester); assist students down on their luck who may be in need of a second chance or who find themselves in desperate circumstances.


Buff Recruit Scholarship

Students interested in attending WTAMU who meet incentive requirements


Burwell 'Burl' Southern CKI Endowed Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time student that maintains at least a 3.0 GPA. Also, must be a member of Circle K International (Collegiate Kiwanis) for the year prior to the award and the semester the scholarship is awarded.


Business Education Scholarship

Provides scholarships to outstanding undergraduate and graduate business education majors with preference to resident undergraduate students; merit will be considered.


Business Management Scholarship

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C. Mark and J'Lynn Newman Wheeler Family Foundation Mentoring Scholarship at WTAMU

Preference given to a Midland College Wheeler Family Foundation Mentoring Scholarship recipient with at least a 2.0 GPA. Absent a Midland College Wheeler scholar, priority given to other Midland College or an Odessa College transfer student. Recipient must commit to finish a degree at WTAMU, first in their family to attend college, demonstrate financial need, enrolled at least 12 hours per semester, and continue meeting or begin meeting with J'Lynn and Mark Wheeler every two months for mentoring and encouragement. Preference given to veterans who meet the above criteria.


C. Ray and Rachael Altmiller Scholarship Fund

Recipient must be a graduate from a high school in Hemphill, Ochiltree, or Lipscomb counties. Also, must be an entering Freshman with a high school GPA of 3.0 (B) or better and write a short statement explaining why the scholarship is important to him/her.


C.A. Murray Math Scholarship

Provides an award for the outstanding female, undergraduate mathematics major each year, as determined by the mathematics faculty.


C.C. Callarman Memorial Scholarship Endowment

The recipient must be a business major planning a business career and have completed at least two semesters at WTAMU, have junior, senior or graduate standing, and cumulative 3.0 GPA.


C.E. Fikes (CEFCO) Endowed Scholarship

Full-time student maintaining a 3.0 GPA


C.E. Strain Band Fund Scholarship

Recipient must be a member of the WTAMU band program and open to all majors; full-time (12 hours per semester); 3.0 GPA; sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student; renewable.


C.J. "Red" Davidson Scholarship

Never been married; Texas resident; must have demonstrated academic excellence, minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA


C.J. Fowlston Scholarship Fund

Recipient must be an undergraduate geology major or related environmental field who is active in campus affairs and maintains a 2.0 or 3.0 GPA. Additionally, the student must not be a previous recipient of this scholarship.


C.M. & Herbert Kuhlman Beef Cattle Production Scholarship

Recipient must be a sophomore, junior or senior pursuing a bachelor's degree in animal science. Student must have a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to students who show interest in pursuing a career in beef cattle production.


C.M. Kuhlman Memorial Provost's Leadership Scholarship

Recipient must be an agricultural sciences major with an interest in production agriculture. Additionally, the student must be enrolled a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum 30 semester hours per year and maintain a 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given based on leadership and service to the University; renewable when criteria are met.


C.M. Kuhlman Memorial Rodeo Scholarship

No specific majors; 2.5 GPA for sophomore, junior and senior students; entering freshmen must be in the top 25 percent of their graduating class; financial need and leadership will be considered.


C.W. Forman & Louise Forman Endowed Scholarship

Recipients must be a junior, senior or graduate student; major in one of the humanities; and maintain a 3.0 GPA and minimum course load of 12 hours per semester. Financial need is a consideration.


C-3 Times Two Transfers for Stem Success




Cabot Corporation Leadership Scholarship

Full-time (12 hours per semester) freshmen, preferably graduates from Pampa High School. Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership is required; renewable. 2- $500


Cabot Journalism Scholarship

Provides scholarships for outstanding journalism students.


Cal Garrett Memorial Scholarship

The recipient must be a member of the WTAMU golf team.


CAMP Scholarship (College Assistance Migrant Program)

Must meet one of the following: Migrant Education Program (MEP), Seasonal Farm Work, Workforce Investment Act (MET Program), and must be US citizen or Permanent Legal Resident, enrolled full-time as incoming freshman.


Cansler Ranch Scholarship

Recipient must be a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate music major; must be a voice student and must maintain a cumulative 2.5 GPA.


Canyon Rotary Club Scholarship Endowment

Graduates (current or prior year) from a Canyon Independent School District high school. The student must be enrolled full time (12 or more hours each semester) and maintain a 3.0 GPA.


Captain Ed Foster Law Enforcement Scholarship

Criminal justice-policing majors who have completed a minimum of 45 hours at WTAMU and maintained a minimum 2.75 GPA


Carey Lyles Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a CIS/IDM major, enrolled in at least six hours per semester and maintain a 3.0 or higher GPA.


Cargill - Friona, TX Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time student with first preference to children of Cargill-Friona, Texas, employees and secondary preference to students from Parmer, Castro or Deaf Smith counties.


Carl Clyde Periman President's Honor Scholarship

Preference to students in the liberal arts, particularly those who are interested in studying English, theatre, and related dramatic arts, or speech. Maintain a 3.4 cumulative GPA. Provide leadership and service to the University and community. Enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.


Carl Johnson Scholars Scholarship

Incoming freshmen or new transfer students majoring in voice, strings or woodwind instruments. Preference will be given to students from the Panhandle area with a strong preference for students in the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. Recipients will be selected by audition and award given to the student deemed the most outstanding new student in each of the three areas.


Carolyn Easterling Memorial Fund

Recipient must be a junior or senior education major enrolled full time (12 hours per semester) and must maintain a 3.0 GPA. Additionally, financial need will be considered.


CASE Residual Fund

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Center for Learning Disabilities Scholarship

Recipient must be pursuing a master's in special education, must pass the bilingual target lanaguate proficiency test, and must maintain a 3.0 GPA.


Chair in Cow-Calf Management Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time student majoring in agriculture with preference to students interested in the cow-calf and range cattle industry.


Charles & Wanda Hoover Scholarship Fund

Outstanding students; waive out-of-state tuition


Charles Brasher Endowed Scholarship in Computer Science

Recipient must be a full-time student pursuing a degree in computer science or mathematics. Preference given to computer science majors.


Charles C. & Pauline A. Dosier Memorial Educational Scholarship Fund

Must have a declared major and be enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester) for undergraduate student and at least six hours per semester for graduate students. Student must maintain a 2.8 GPA and be a member of the Church of Christ and active in the WTAMU Bible Chair. Preference will be given based on financial need and also, students going into a field with an environment of teaching.


Charles Hohmann Endowment Fund

This fund was established for students majoring in communication graphics.


Charles R. & Mary Townsend Scholarship

Recipient must be a Chi Omega officer, leadership and scholarship will be considered for final selection.


Charles Vaughn / ATMOS Energy President's Honor Scholarship

Student must provide leadership and service to the University and community. Maintain a 3.4 GPA. Be enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or 30 semester hours per year.


Childre-Mayhew Scholarship

Awarded to teacher-education students.


Christian American Patriot President's Honor Scholarship in Finance

Student must be a finance major and provide leadership and service to the University and community. Maintain a 3.4 GPA. Be enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or 30 semester hours per year.


Christian American Patriot President's Honor Scholarship in Science or Education

Preference to an education or science major; must provide leadership and service to the University and community. Maintain a 3.4 GPA. Be enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or 30 semester hours per year.


Christopher Cory Golden Memorial Nursing Provost Leadership Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time graduate nursing student who demonstrates service through leadership and has a strong interest in neonatal nursing care. The student must maintain a 3.0 GPA.


CHS Foundation Scholarship

Recipients must be majoring in an undergraduate agriculture-focused or agriculture related STEM program and must demonstrate academic aptitude in their coursework. Additionally, the recipient must exhibit leadership qualities through University, community or ag industry involvement with priority given to students demonstrating an interest in agriculture-based cooperatives. The student must not be selected based on financial need and must be 1) U.S. citizen, 2) permanent resident of the U.S., or 3) in the U.S. lawfully on a non-temporary basis. Scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Church of Christ Scholarship Fund

Active member of their home congregation and have a recommendation letter from their home eldership. Maintain a 2.0 GPA. Be a full-time student.


Cindy Groomer Scholarship Fund

Financial need


CINTAS Corporate Business Scholarship

The selection will be made by the College of Business Scholarship Committee based on grade point average.


Civil Engineering Program Support Fund Scholarship

Recipient must be a student majoring in engineering (any discipline), engineering technology, or computer science.


Clark E. Wooldridge Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time rising junior undergraduate pursuing a social work degree with a minimum 2.25 GPA. Additionally, the student must be involved and active in class participation. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Claud & Inell Zevely Scholarship

Provides scholarships to special education majors with a cumulative 2.5 GPA. Student must take at least 12 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 24 semester hours per year. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Claudia and Harold Stuart Scholarship for Books

Full-time students majoring in Criminal Justice, Sociology, or Sports and Exercise Sciences requiring assistance with the purchase of textbooks. Preference given first to Criminal Justice, second to Sociology, and thrid to Sports and Exercise Sciences.


Claudia D. Stravato Women in Government Scholarship Fund

This scholarship is for political science majors who are planning a career in public administration. Recipient must have completed two semesters at WTAMU and be of at least junior standing with a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Clay & Ermyle Cooper President's Honor Scholarship

Recipient must be a graduate of Canyon High School in Canyon, TX and enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year. Maintain a 3.4 GPA. Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.


Clay Cooper President's Honor Scholarship

Recipient must be a graduate of McLean High School, enrolled full time (15 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year. Maintain a 3.4 GPA. Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.


Clifford Boyd & Linda Kay Baker Scholarship

Need, service and leadership roles in HS and/or college


Clint Diaz Memorial Scholarship in Dance and Musical Theatre

Recipient must be a dance or musical theatre major enrolled in at least 12 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 24 semester hours per year. Additionally, the student must maintain a 2.5 GPA and will be selected by faculty.


Clyde M. Gassaway Memorial Scholarship

Graduates of Borger High School who are attending WTAMU and enrolled full time (12 hours per semester) and who have a 3.0 GPA.


Clyde V. Goodwine Scholarship

Recipients must be full-time (12 hours per semester) students from the Texas Panhandle who are pursuing teacher certification and who maintain a 2.5 GPA.


Coach Bob Sloan Baseball Scholarship

Recipient must be a WTAMU baseball player enrolled in at least 12 hours per semester and maintain a 2.5 GPA. Additionally, the recipient must be from the Texas Panhandle, Eastern New Mexico or Western Oklahoma with preference given based on need.


Coach Gene Mayfield Football Scholarship

Recipient must be a football player chosen for his leadership both on and off the field of play. Also, the student must maintain a minimum GPA in accordance with NCAA standards. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met or an undergraduate degree is earned.


COBA / Select Sires Scholarship

The recipient must be a student in the Department of Agriculture, any major, and must have a dairy farm background.


Cody E. Myers Scholarship in Brass Studies

Recipient will be a full-time music major and student in one of the brass studios and the WTAMU marching band. Preference will be given to a trumpet player. The recipient must maintain a minimum 3.2 GPA.


Cole Agriculture Scholarship

Scholarship recipient must be a full-time student majoring in agriculture with a minimum 2.5 GPA. Financial need will be considered.


Coleman Associates Agricultural Endowment Fund-Scholarship

Full-time students in the Department of Agricultural Sciences.


College of Business Grad Fees Scholarship

Students in good academic standing with consideration to need.


College of Business Miscellaneous Scholarships

COB disciplines. Need and leadership will be considered.


College of Business Miscelleous Restricted Scholarships

Recipient must be a College of Business student, must be a resident of Texas, and must demonstrate financial need through the FAFSA.


Colonel Richard Henry Lee & Daniel Wing Chapters Texas Society Colonial Dames XVII Century

Recipient must be enrolled in the graduate program in history and have an interest in early American history.


Computer Science Association Scholarship

Recipient must be active in the Department of Information and Decision Management. Full time student; Minimum 12 hours (15 preferred); Overall 3.0 GPA. If part time student; minimum 6 hours.


Computer Science Program Development Scholarship

Recipient will be a Computer Science major.


Cooper Crouse-Hinds Environmental Excellence Scholarship

Full-time (12 hours per semester) environmental science major in good standing with a cumulative 3.0 GPA.


Cotton John Smith Scholarship

Awarded to agricultural majors with outstanding scholastic ability.


Cowboy Roundup USA Ranch Management Scholarship

Recipient must be a WTAMU ranch management student and been raised on a ranch.


Cowboy Roundup USA Ranch Management Scholarship II

Recipient must be a WTAMU ranch management student and been raised on a ranch.


Craig Ray Hamman Memorial Scholarship

Junior or senior student majoring in geology or related environmental discipline with a minimum 3.0 GPA. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Criminal Justice Intern of the Year Scholarship

Recipient must be a criminal justice major and an outstanding intern in good standing.


Criminal Justice Masters Program Scholarship

Criminal justice graduate students in good standing.


Crystelle Waggoner Charitable Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee Nursing Scholarship

Recipient must be a junior nursing major enrolled full time (12 hours per semester) with a 3.0 GPA. Recipient must provide character references from non-family members and write a letter about themselves and submit to the Nursing Department. Preference will be given based on need. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


CSI Meridian Internship Program Fund and Scholarship (College of Business)

Scholarships are awarded to "interns in good standing" with CSI Meridian.


D. Edward Davis College of Business Scholarship

Recipient must be a sophomore, junior or senior College of Business major enrolled full-time and must maintain a cumulative 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given based on need.


Dale & Joyce McKee Nursing Scholarship

Recipients must be nursing majors with a 3.0 GPA.


Dale R. Hall Accounting Scholarship

Preference will be given to a junior, senior or graduate accounting major planning a career in accounting. The student must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Dance Development Fund-Scholarship

The selection criteria for the award will be determined by a competitive audition.


Danny Conklin Scholarship

Must have completed at least 30 hours and in good standing with the Paul and Virginia Engler College of Business.


David A. Swinford Agriculture Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time student in the Department of Agricultural Sciences.


David and Myrt Wilder Scholarship

Recipients will be limited to US born citizens with full time enrollment (12 sem hrs.), majoring in accounting or finance, maintaining a 2.5 GPA with a preference for students exhibiting financial need.


David and Sherry Schaeffer Experiential Learning Scholarship Fund

Recipients must have completed at least 30 credit hours of collegiate coursework and earned a 2.6 or higher undergraduate GPA or 3.0 or higher graduate GPA. Regional community (Texas Panhandle, Eastern New Mexico, Southern Colorado, Southern Kansas, Western Oklahoma) students will be prioritized. Additionally, financial need will be part of the selection consideration although, there might be occasional exceptions.


David C. and Sandra L. Cook Agriculture Scholarship

Recipient must be a non-freshman student majoring in agriculture with a minimum 2.5 GPA with preference to students with need.


David D. & Nona S. Payne Foundation President’s Honor Scholarship

Preference will be given to music majors and students from the Texas Panhandle, top 26 counties. Maintain a 3.4 GPA; provide leadership and service to the University and community; be enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.


David Fennell Memorial Scholarship

Established to provide assistance to students majoring in band, orchestra.


David G. Ritter Trumpet Scholarship

Scholarship for a current trumpet student, who will be continuing next year, for outstanding work in the trumpet studio.


David Hill Second Chance Fund

The scholarship is primarily need based.


David Murray Double Bass Scholarship

Recipient must be an incoming freshman or returning music major studying double bass as his/her primary instrument.


David Romley Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time animal science major with preference to students participating in rodeo and students with need.


Deborah Bridges Memorial Nursing Scholarship

It provides scholarships for WTAMU nursing students with preference given to nursing students interested in intensive care nursing.


Debra McCartt Public Service and Administration Scholarship

The McCartt scholar must be enrolled as a full-time junior or senior public service and administration major. In the event that there is no public service and administration major, the scholarship may be awarded to a political science major with an interest in public service. Additionally, the student must maintain a 3.0 GPA and participate in a mentorship with McCartt. The scholarships is renewable for an additional year when criteria are met.


Dee Anne Trotter Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship in Music Education

Preference will be given to students in music education; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community. Maintain a 3.4 GPA; enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.


Dee Anne Trotter Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship in Theatre & Theatre Musical

Preference will be given to students in theater and dance; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community. Maintain a 3.4 GPA; enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.


Dee Anne Trotter Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship in Voice

Preference will be given to students in voice; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community. Maintain a 3.4 GPA; enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.


Delee Taylor Carter Endowed Scholarship in Education

Recipient must be a full-time education major with preference to elementary education majors with an emphasis in reading. Also, preference will be given to students demonstrating strong leadership capabilities.


Dewey Jackson & Gladys Parkey Scholarship for Entering Freshmen

Must reside in the Panhandle region; must be in the top 25% of their high school class, academically; must be a first-generation student; must have a 2.5 GPA or higher; must complete a minimum of 12 hours each semester; must take and pass the College Success Course in extra-curricular activities on campus such as community service, leadership in campus organization, fraternities or sororities etc.


Dipakben J. Patel Endowed Scholarship

Provides scholarships to full-time junior, senior or graduate students, preferably female in teaching education, social work or nursing with a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Directors Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate instrumental music education major from Region I.


Diversity in Nursing Scholarship

Full-time or part-time undergraduate or graduate nursing majors who maintain a minimum 2.8 GPA with preference given to underrepresented populations.


Division of Education Scholarship

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Don & Dorothy Patterson Leadership Scholarship

Be entering freshmen from high schools in the northern most 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle majoring in one of the disciplines within the Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities. Recipients must have a minimum 85 (3.0) GPA, with class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership is required. This scholarship is renewable provided the recipient maintains a minimum 2.5 GPA and carries a minimum course load of 12 hours per semester.


Don & Sybil Harrington Academic Scholarship

Freshmen must have a minimum 24 ACT or comparable SAT score; transfer and continuing students must have a minimum 3.3 GPA


Don & Twanna Powell Leadership Scholarship

Be entering freshmen from high schools in the northern most 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. 85 grade average, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered. Demonstration of leadership is required. This scholarship is renewable provided the recipient maintains a minimum 2.5 GPA and carries a minimum course load of 12 hours per semester (not to exceed eight semesters per recipeint).


Don L. & Dorothy Patterson President's Honor Scholarship

English or humanities major; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; Maintain a 3.4 GPA; Enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.


Don R. Fraser Memorial Scholarship

Awarded to an outstanding marketing student.


Don Ray Memorial Art Scholarship

Recipient must be a junior, senior or graduate studio art major with a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher. Preference will be given to student showing greatest financial need.


Donald Sopher Scholarship

Recipients must be junior or senior engineering technology majors with a 3.0 GPA.


Don't Stop Thinkin' About Tomorrow Fund

Demonstrates a real and genuine need, unusual circumstances. Maintain a 2.5 GPA or higher. Be an undergraduate or graduate student.


Dorothy Egerton Farley Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) elementary education major who might not otherwise be financially able to attend college. The student must have a 3.0 GPA and be of good moral character. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Dorothy Gimp Brand Scholarship

Recipients must be psychology, sociology, or social work majors.


Douglas Josserand Memorial Scholarship Fund

Recipient must have completed two regular semesters at WTAMU and maintain a 3.0 GPA.


Douglass Alfred Shirley Scholarship (in Education)

Provides a scholarship for a junior or senior education major with a 3.0 GPA.


Douglass Alfred Shirley Scholarship (in Physical Science)

Provides scholarships to senior physical science major who has a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Dr. & Mrs. Thannoun Scholarship

Recipient must be a CIS major enrolled in at least six hours and maintain a 3.0 GPA. Award was made to help first generation college students.


Dr. Almas Agribusiness Excellence Scholarship

Recipient will be an undergrad or graduate student in the Paul Engler College of Agriculture and Natural Sciences majoring in: Agribusiness, Agricultural Business & Economics, or pursuing Pre-Vet and/or Pre-Med studies. First preference is for a Junior or higher with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Second preference is for a Junior or higher.


Dr. Bob & Cleo Robinson Agriculture Support Fund and Scholarship

Recipient must be majoring in Agriculture.


Dr. Bob & Cleo Robinson Agriculture Support Fund and Scholarship II

Recipient must be majoring in Agriculture.


Dr. Bob & Cleo Robinson Athletics Scholarship Endowment

Recipient must be a student athlete with preference to students majoring in Agriculture. If no students meet the criteria, the scholarship may be awarded at the discretion of the custodian.


Dr. Bob & Cleo Robinson Livestock Judging Support Fund

Recipient will be a member of the livestock judging team.


Dr. Bob and Cleo Robinson Randall County 4-H Gold Star Scholarship

Recipient must be an agriculture major and recipient of the Randall County 4-H Gold Star. If no gold star recipient is eligible, a Randall County 4-H, Potter County 4-H, or Happy High School student will be selected.


Dr. Bob and Cleo Robinson Randall County Junior Livestock Show Scholarship

Recipient must be a first year student from Randall County 4-H or FFA. Must be an Agriculture major. Recipient may be recommended by the Randall County Junior Livestock Show Association.


Dr. Bob Robinson Endowed Scholarship of Excellence

Recipient will have a minimum 2.75 GPA and be a full-time student in Agricultural Sciences. First preference is for student workers in the Department of Agricultural Sciences. Second preference to students interested in a career in Agricultural Extension.


Dr. C. Keith Harrison Book Scholarship

Recipient will be a junior or sentior full-time Sports and Excercise Sciences major who maintains a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to minority students. One male and one female student will be selected as recipients each academic year.


Dr. David A. & Lucy S. LaBrie Theatre Scholarship

Recipient must be a theatre major; academic ability and theatre skills will be considered.


Dr. David A. & Lucy S. LaBrie Vocal Scholarship

Recipient must be a second-semester freshman or beyond; major in voice, music education, vocal performance, music therapy or music business. Criteria include exemplary work in vocal studies, ability, dedication and need.


Dr. David Miller Memorial Scholarship

Scholarship for a pre-medicine major with a minimum 3.3 GPA of sophomore, junior or senior standing.


Dr. Dean Hawkins Agricultural Sciences Scholarship

Recipient will be a full-time Agricultural Sciences major from New Mexico or Texas. Preference will be given to former FFA and 4-H members.


Dr. Dean Hawkins Chair in Cow-Calf Management

Recipient will be a full-time student majoring in Agriculture. Preference will be given to students with an interest in the cow-calf/range cattle industry.


Dr. Dee and Joan Griffin VERO Pre-Veterinary Medicine Scholarship

Recipient must have completed at least 60 credit hours at WTAMU, be a second-semester junior who has completed or will complete all TAMU Pre-Vet admission requirements. Must also have completed StrengthsQuest evaluation and one-on-one counseling. Must submit essay outlining personal narrative of desire to become a veterinarian, pre-college volunteer & service activities, statement on personal financial investment in education, and narrative on military service (if applicable). Submit essay on the "File Attachments" section of the scholarship application, or email to scholarships@wtamu.edu. Preference given to student raised in top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle, and who demonstrates leadership in 4-H, FFA, or military service.


Dr. Don A. Rice '66 & Sara Slagle Rice '66 Endowed Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate student working toward a degree in teacher education with a family income of $50,000 or less. Also, must be a Texas resident for at least two years with preferences in the following order: married parent with children living in the home who is attempting to juggle work and care of children; single parent with children living in the home who is attempting to juggle work and care of children; student 25 years or older, married with or without children living in the home; and student 25 years or older, married with or without children living in the home working toward a master's degree in teacher education.


Dr. Donald L. Williams Agriculture Scholarship

Recipient must be enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester, maintain a cumulative 2.2 GPA, be a student in the Department of Agricultural Sciences and have graduated from a high school in the Texas Panhandle. Preference shall be given based on need, students majoring in agricultural business and economics, students involved in leadership activities on campus and in the community, and students working a minimum of 20 hours per week. This scholarship is renewable if criteria are met.


Dr. E.B. and Martha Elizabeth "Beth" Posey Education Scholarship

Recipient must be an education major with a commitment to teach in the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle and must also maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Dr. Evelyn L. Milam Presidential Scholarship

Recipient must be incoming freshmen females enrolled full-time (15 semester hours) who rank in the top 10% of her graduation class, or currently enrolled full time with a cumulative 3.5 GPA; or a transferring full-time student with a cumulative 3.5 GPA. Additionally, leadership and service to the University and community. Enrolled in atleast 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.


Dr. Evelyn L. Milam President's Honor Scholarship

3.4 GPA; Student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; 15 hours per semester or 30 semester hours per year.


Dr. Gregory E. and Barbara J. Harrison Endowed Scholarship

Recipient must be full-time student with a 3.0 GPA. Preference to juniors and seniors, student involvement, and need.


Dr. Harry and Maryann Hueston (Dr. H Average CJ Student) Scholarship

Recipient must be a criminal justice major with a 2.0 or higher GPA.


Dr. Hazel Aslakson Memorial Scholarship

Recipients must be full-time (12 hours per semester for undergraduate and 9 hours per semester for graduate) junior, senior or graduate nursing majors with a minimum 3.0 GPA. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Dr. Hollis L. Cook Scholarship Fund

Awarded to graduate students planning a career in mathematics who have a cumulative 3.0 GPA and 3.5 GPA in math.


Dr. Howard Andrew Chamblin Memorial Music Scholarship

Recipient will be a keyboard major and must maintain a 3.0 GPA; renewable if criteria are met.


Dr. Howard Andrew Chamblin Memorial Physics Scholarship

Recipients must be physics majors, enrolled in a physics course each semester and maintain at least a 3.0 GPA.


Dr. J. Patrick and Karen O'Brien President's Honor Scholarship

Maintain a 3.4 GPA; Recipient must provide leadership and service to the University and community, be enrolled in at least 15 hrs per semester or 30 hrs per year


Dr. James V. Calvi Scholarship

Recipient will be a political science or criminal justice major with 30 hours or a graduate student in criminal justice. Student must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA.


Dr. Jim L. & Sue Carole Kidd Scholarship Fund

Recipient must be a Caprock High School, Amarillo, Texas graduating senior, a spouse or child of a CHS graduate, demonstrate financial need, enroll as a full-time student at WTAMU, and enter a teacher education program. The student must also have a minimum 3.0 GPA. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Dr. Jim Rogers Environmental Science Scholarship

Environmental science majors with preference given to students with financial need.


Dr. John and Kenda Pipkin Endowment for Excellence in Horse Judging Scholarship

Recipient must be a member of the WTAMU horse judging team.


Dr. John S. Brantley Memorial Scholarship

Provides scholarships for full-time junior or senior premedical majors.


Dr. Kenneth and Marion Porter Applied Piano and Applied Vocal Music Scholarship

Students pursuing a degree in music, with a major in voice or piano. Full-time (12 hours per semester) student, sophomore or above studying applied piano or applied vocal music. Financial need will be considered; renewable when criteria are met.


Dr. Kollengode R. Ramakrishnan Scholarship

Recipient must be an undergraduate and/or graduate social work student, community service and financial need considered, and good academic standing.


Dr. Lacy Caldwell Beckham & Joanne Beckham Memorial Scholarship

Scholarship for junior and senior students planning a career in medicine with a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA.


Dr. Leigh Browning Memorial Scholarship

Recipient for fall of even years must be a full-time undergraduate or graduate mass communication broadcasting-electronic media major. Fall of odd years must be a full-time undergraduate or graduate member of Enactus or Media Minds.


Dr. Mary L. Green Sports & Exercise Sciences Scholarship

Recipient must be a Sports and Exercise Science major.


Dr. Michael & Mrs. Lou Ann McKinney Endowed Scholarship

Incoming freshmen within the top 25% of their graduating class.


Dr. Mike King Scholarship

Graduates of a Canyon Independent School District high school who wish to pursue a career in education. Students must be enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester) and meet requirements for admission to WTAMU and the education program. In alternate years, the scholarship will be given to elementary education and secondary education majors.


Dr. Ples Harper Memorial Scholarship

Must be Spanish major. Recipient must have completed 60 hours of course work, i.e., junior standing. Must be planning a career in teaching or who are pursuing a graduate degree.


Dr. Robert & Dorothy Neblett Scholarship Fund

The scholarship will be awarded to junior or senior students majoring in pre-medicine


Dr. Robert E. Gulde Wellness Scholarship

Recipient will be a peer educator.


Dr. Robin L. Capt Memorial Scholarship in Education

Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate or graduate education major and member of Kappa Delta Pi. The student must maintain a 3.0 GPA.


Dr. Ronald C. Thomason Plant Science Scholarship

This scholarship will be awarded to a full-time student majoring in agriculture with an emphasis in plant production. A 3.0 GPA or "B" average is desirable.


Dr. S. Trent Hill Marketing Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time sophomore, junior, or senior student majoring in marketing and must maintain a 3.0 GPA.


Dr. Sue Park Music Scholarship

Recipient must be a junior music major, must receive a letter of nomination from a member of the music faculty, and must maintain a 3.5 cumulative GPA.­ Preference will be given to students who parallel Dr. Park’s character of leadership, involvement in the music program, and being a nice person and good representative of the University.


Dr. Ted Guffy Scholarship Fund

First consideration will be given to an incoming female athlete, who graduated from Canyon High School; must maintain a 2.75 GPA as an Education major. In the event that no one is found meeting the criteria, another “future teacher” of any classification may be recommended.


Dr. Terry A. Howell, Sr. Agriculture Scholarship

Scholarship recipient must be a full-time agriculture major.


Dr. Thomas S. & Helen Gerald Scholarship

Awarded to worthy and deserving full-time junior or senior students who maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA overall with preference to students majoring in pre-medicine or pre-dental.


Dr. Timothy Atchison Memorial Scholarship in Psychology

Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student with a high GPA. Also, the student must be a psychology major, neuroscience certificate student, or student intending to pursue graduate studies in psychology or school psychology.


Dudley Moore Band Award

Dedicated WTAMU band members who promote band spirit.


Dumas Noon Lions Scholarship

Recipient must be transferring from the Amarillo College Moore County campus, enroll in at least 12 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 24 semester hours per year, and maintain a cumulative 2.0 GPA.


Duncan & Boyd Endowment Fund

Duncan and Boyd employees and their children. Freshmen through senior who have a 2.0 GPA overall.


E. Paul and Helen Buck Waggoner Foundation Scholarship

Employee, spouse of an employee, or employee dependent of the W.T. Waggoner Estate. Full-time student enrolled in 12 hours per semester. Maintain atleast a 2.5 GPA for first two years; thereafter, maintain a GPA of at least 3.0.


E. Wayne Davidson Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be an accounting, economics or finance major with preference to juniors, seniors and graduate students with a 3.0 GPA or above and also, preference to a veteran and/or a nontraditional student. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


E.R. "Dutch" & Odessie Cleavinger

Provide two math awards annually-one to an outstanding junior math major and one to an outstanding math education major.


Easton and Lila Wall President's Honor Scholarship in Education

Recipient must be enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year, maintain a cumulative 3.4 GPA, and provide leadership and service to the University and community. Additionally, the student must have been a graduate of high school in (first choice) Angleton, Canyon, Dumas, Stratford or Vega, Texas; or (second choice) any high school in the Texas Panhandle. The student must have a sincere interest and desire in acquiring teaching credentials to teach in an elementary or secondary school in the state of Texas. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Ecological PCL Database Scholarship

Recipient will be actively participating in the research of Dr. Jim Rogers


ECS Differential Tuition-Operations Scholarship

Recipients must be College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering majors with a 3.0 or higher GPA. Need and leadership will be considered.


ECS Textbook Scholarship

The recipient must be a full-time student in the School of Engineering and Computer Science.


Ed & Margaret Roberts Nursing Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time (12 semester hours) junior nursing major with a minimum 3.0 GPA and preference based on need. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Ed and Patrecia Wright Agriculture Support Fund and Scholarship

Scholarship recipients must be agriculture majors.


Eddie Mae Scott College of Education Scholarship

Recipient must be an undergraduate full-time female student majoring in education or intend to teach with a 2.5 GPA. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Eddie Wilson Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be pursuing a degree that will assist in becoming a peace officer and maintain a cumulative 2.5 GPA. Financial need and leadership will be considered. Preference will be given to full-time University Police Department employees; renewable.


Edna Burdine Bridwell Scholarship

Recipient must be a single parent who is a sophomore elementary education major with a minimum 2.8 GPA. With the application, submit a 500 word essay describing your current conditions and future goals and send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu.


Edna Graham Memorial Mathematics Scholarship

Recipient must have at least 24 hours of mathematics credit before consideration will be given. In considering students of equal rank, preference will be given to the student who has the most hours in mathematics. Additionally, at least 30 hours must be earned at WTAMU before consideration will be given; preference among students of equal rank will be given to those who have done all their work at WTAMU. Recipient must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA in mathematics courses, be a good citizen and show good qualities of leadership. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Education Credit Union - Wind Energy Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time student interested in wind energy.


Education Credit Union Engineering Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time engineering major and have a 2.5 GPA or the high school equivalent.


Education Credit Union Scholarship for Special Education Majors

Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) special education major with preference to students interested in learning disabilities.


Education Ed.D Support Scholarship

Recipient will meet all admission requirements for the Ed.D. program and gain admission into the program.


Edward R. & Elizabeth Scott President's Honor Scholarship

Maintain a 3.4 GPA. Student must provide leadership and service to the University and community. Be enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.


Eleanor Glazener Orchestral Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time (12 semester hours) music major and outstanding member of the WTAMU Orchestra; 2.5 overall GPA and 3.0 GPA in major; renewable.


Elsa Porter Applied Voice Scholarship

Applied voice majors


Elva Mae Deer Memorial Scholarship

Recipient will be a full-time Education major pursuing a teaching certificate.


Emergency Scholarship

Must be enrolled in at least 6 hours for undergraduate and graduate; minimum 2.25 GPA; must have applied for FA


Emilio Caballero Memorial Art Scholarship

The recipient must be an art major.


Emily Pulley Voice Awards

Be a WTAMU voice major who successfully auditions for the Executive Director of the Amarillo Opera and is selected to perform in its productions.


Emma Barnsley Foundation Pre-Veterinary Medicine Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time junior or senior pre-veterinary medicine major with a cumulative 3.5 or higher GPA. Preference given to students with financial need.


Emmitt & Alta Smith Endowment Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time art major with preference to returning art students, demonstrated need and students with a cumulative 2.5 GPA with a 3.0 GPA in major.


Engineering - Engineering Tech Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time engineering or engineering technology major. Preference will be given based on academic performance.


Engineering, Computer Science and Math Miscellaneous Restricted Scholarship

Recipient must be an ECSM student, must be a resident of Texas, and must demonstrate financial need through the FAFSA.


Eric Harrison Memorial Scholarship in Theatre

Recipient must be a theatre major enrolled in at least 12 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 24 semester hours per year. Additionally, the student must maintain a 2.5 GPA.


Eric Lathrop Memorial Scholarship

The award will be made to benefit all scholarship athletes in men's cross-country.


Eric Lathrop Memorial Scholarship for Students with Disabilities

Students must be enrolled in a minimum of six hours and maintain a 2.0 GPA. If not registered with Student Disabilities Services (SDS), student must provide documentation of disability to the SDS office. With the application, submit an essay on "How have you overcome the challenges of your disabilities?" and send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu.


Ermyle Ruth Hill Cooper President’s Honor Scholarship

Recipient must be a graduate of Dalhart High School and enrolled full-time (15 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and maintain a 3.4 GPA. Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.


Esther L. Plank Memorial Scholarship Fund

Preference for elementary education majors with financial need and maintaining a minimum 2.5 GPA. Need to maintain a full credit load of at least 12 hours a semester.


Ethank Hassinger School of Engineering Scholarship

Recipient will be an Engineering student.


Eugene and Verna Mae Richardson Scholarship

Recipients must be full-time (12 hours per semester) junior, senior, or graduate business majors from the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. Students must maintain a cumulative 3.5 GPA.


Evelyn & Kenneth E. Frieze English Scholarship

Undergraduate and graduate English majors who demonstrate a love for language and literature.


Everett & Myra Nell Culp Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be an active baseball player enrolled full time (12 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 24 semester hours per year and maintain a 2.5 GPA. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


FAH Grad Fee Scholarship

To scholarship graduate students.


Faith Medical Clinic Nursing Scholarship

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Filogomes Alves de Carvalho Neto Memorial Scholarship

Recipients must be full-time animal science majors.


FIMC Commercial Realty Inc. Residential Assistance Scholarship

Recipient must be a new or continuing student admitted to a graduate degree program at WTAMU. Student must be enrolled in at least six hours per semester and have a cumulative 3.0 GPA. Additionally, the student must have completed FAFSA and demonstrate need. Scholarship Services will send graduate students email notification when the scholarship is available and interested students must write a short response of no more than 200 words answering two questions, details will be included in the email. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


First Chair Violin Student String Quartet Scholarship

Recipient must be accepted to WTAMU, major in music, and audition for the music department. Additionally, recipient will maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.


First United Bank Scholarship

The scholarship will fund nine individual scholarship awards annually with two from the College of Business, two from the Department of Agriculture, one from the Department of Education and four University-wide. Recipients must be juniors, seniors, or graduates with a declared major and degree plan in that major. Emphasis shall be given, but not limited, to students from the Panhandle or South Plains regions of Texas. Student will be required to write a short personal biography and prepare to be personally interviewed about the information in their scholarship application. Students must maintain a good standing with the University and maintain a 2.75 GPA with a minimum course load of 12 hours per semester for undergraduate students or nine hours per semester for graduate students. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Fletcher Moseley Memorial Scholarship Fund

The recipient must maintain an overall 2.5 GPA and a minimum 3.0 GPA for all course work in the School of Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics. The student must be an underclassman who shows outstanding achievement in the field of abstract and/or linear algebra.


Floyd & "B" Tomlinson Endowment Fund

The scholarship provides funds to students who wish to pursue a career in agriculture and is awarded based on scholarship, need and/or leadership.


Forman / Rathjen History Scholarship

Recipient must be a graduate or have upper level classification majoring in history or education with an emphasis on history. Preference will be given to researchers in Texas topics, but awards may also be made to students conducting research in other historical fields. Also, past performance and potential of the individual may be taken into consideration. Additionally, GPA will be a factor in evaluation, but not necessarily the determinant.


Former Nursing Faculty Endowment Fund

Criteria to be determined by the Nursing Scholarship Committee.


Foundation for Buffalo Athletics

Presented to student-athletes who maintain current NCAA academic and satisfactory progress standards.


Frances Collins Christian Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) junior, senior or graduate education major with a cumulative 3.0 GPA and completed two semesters at WTAMU.


Frances M. Phillips Presidential Scholarship in History and Humanities

The recipient must be a graduate student majoring in History, English, or Philosophy enrolled in at least 6 graduate hours per semester or complete a minimum of 12 semester hours per year. Additionally, the recipient must maintain a cumulative 3.5 GPA and provide leadership and service to the University and community. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Francis A. Kahler Scholarship

National Merit Recognized, President's Honor Scholars, WT Student Foundation Honor Scholars or Don and Sybil Harrington Honor Scholars who need financial assistance.


Frank & Patsy Heflin Scholarship

Provide scholarships for full-time junior and senior students with an overall 3.0 GPA. First preference will be given to history majors and second preference to elementary education majors. Renewable if criteria are met.


Frank Warren / Brumley Leadership Scholarship

Freshmen from high schools in the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.­ Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, 85 avg or 2.5 GPA, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable.­


Fred & Edith Haiduk Memorial Scholarship

The award is given to the outstanding freshman computer science student. Recipient must have completed six hours of computer science courses by the end of his or her freshman year with a 3.5 GPA overall and within computer science.


Freshman Chemistry Lab Assistant Legacy Scholarship

Recipient will be a full-time student pursuing a major in chemistry or physics, have and maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA, and have served as a lab assistant in CHEM 1405, CHEM 1411, or CHEM 1412.


Friends of the WTAMU Technology Club Scholarship

Scholarships to "interns in good standing."


Funk Family President's Honor Scholarship

Recipient must be a football player enrolled as a full-time student (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and maintain a 3.4 GPA. ­ Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.


Future Teacher Blue Chip Recruits Scholarship Endowment

Entering freshmen students must be in the top quarter of their high school graduating class and must maintain a cumulative 2.5 GPA. Sophomore and junior students must maintain a cumulative 2.7 GPA and senior students must maintain a cumulative 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to students enrolled in the following high-needs areas of the teacher preparation program: mathematics, science (including life science and physical science), special education, languages other than English, technology and bilingual education. Additional qualifications may be determined by WTAMU. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Future Teacher Scholarship

Recipient must have a 3.25 GPA.


Gail & Helen Shannon Endowed Scholarship Fund

Applicants must have completed two regular semesters at WTAMU, attained junior/senior/graduate standing, maintain at least a 3.0 GPA and exhibit outstanding leadership qualities. Special consideration will be given to students majoring in music and fine arts.


Garet von Netzer Journalism Scholarship Endowment Fund

Scholarships to deserving junior, senior or graduate students with 3.0 GPA majoring in journalism.


Garner Band & Orchestra Scholarship

Scholarships are awarded to members of the WTAMU Band and WTAMU Orchestra. Musicianship, attitude, need, and contributions to the band or orchestra will be considered.


Garry L. & Annette F. Nall Endowed Scholarship

Preference is first given to students who are initiated members (old and new) of Gamma Sigma Chapter, Kappa Alpha Order Fraternity, second preference to Zeta Zeta Chapter of Delta Zeta Sorority and third, to members of families of either the fraternity or sorority. Also, preference shall be given based on need. Applicants must have completed at least one regular semester at WTAMU, be continuously enrolled as a full-time student and maintain at least a cumulative 2.0 GPA.


Gary & Cindy Barnes Scholarship

Undergraduate or graduate transfer students who have completed 24 credit hours or more before attending WTAMU. Must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher.


Gary A. Milton Scholarship

Recipient must be a member of the Eta Delta Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity.


Gary Kriegshauser Memorial Agriculture Scholarship

Junior or senior agriculture major with preference to Plant and Soil or Animal Sciences. Student must maintain a 2.5 GPA with preference given to students from Deaf Smith County.


Gary Lynn Castleman Memorial Fund

Canyon High School graduate who has attended WTAMU for one semester.


Gene & Eleanor Glazener Endowed Leadership Scholarship in Agriculture

Recipient must be majoring in an area of agriculture. (Preference given to a student majoring in agribusiness.) Recipient must be a full-time student (12 semester hours) and a sophomore, junior or senior in standing with a 2.5 GPA overall and 3.0 in their major.


Gene Edwards Professorship - Banking and Finance

Provides assistance to students seeking a career in banking or finance.


Geneva Schaeffer President’s Honor Scholarship

Recipient must be enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year, maintain a 3.4 GPA, and exhibit leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.


Geneva Schaeffer Scholarship in Education

Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) junior or senior education major with a 3.0 GPA.


GENEX Services Scholarship

Recipients must be junior, senior, or graduate nursing majors with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Students must be enrolled full-time (12 semester hours for undergraduate students and 9 semester hours for graduate students).


Geology Merit Scholarship

Recipients will be pursuing a major in Environmental Sciences focused in Geology


Georgia O’Keeffe Scholarship

Full-time studio art students enrolled in required art courses; art portfolio and letters of recommendation must be submitted; also, participation in annual student art exhibit. Recipient should possess the vision, passion and/or potential for excellence in the visual arts.


Gerald G. & Mary E. Parker Scholarship

Provide scholarships to members of Kappa Delta Pi with a 3.0 GPA.


Geraldine Robinson Green Graduate Assistant Scholarship in English

Recipient will be an outstanding teaching assistant continuing to the second year of appointment. Also, recipient must have achieved 18 graduate hours by the fall semester of the award year.


Gillespie Wilson Scholarship

Full-time, minimum 2.5 GPA, students must reflect the diversity of WTAMU and be active in the University and community


Girl Power President's Honor Scholarship

Recipient must participate in women's athletics and be enrolled as a full-time student (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and maintain a 3.4 GPA.­ Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.


Gladwin Gillispie Scholarship

Recipients must be worthy and deserving agriculture majors, freshmen must be in the top quarter of their graduating class and sophomore-senior students must have a 3.0 GPA. Financial need will be considered.


Gladys W. Boedeker Leadership Scholarship in Education

Recipient must be an elementary education major with at least a 2.5 GPA


Glen Parkey Scholarship for Leadership Excellence

Recipient will be a rising junior from either Texas, New Mexico or Oklahoma who has been accepted into the Dyke and Terry Rogers LEAD WT program. Scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Glenn & Sallie Lloyd Education Scholarship

Student must be a junior or senior education major and must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA. An elementary education major seeking classroom teacher certification will be selected on odd numbered years and a secondary education major seeking classroom teacher certification will be selected on even numbered years.


Gloria K. Coon Charitable Trust Scholarship

Preference given to women located in the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle, or women in the state of Texas. Preference given to women pursuing careers in nursing, then to women pursuing other careers.


Grace Ladehoff "Shazam!" Voice Accompanist Scholarship

Recipient must be a music major in good standing whose applied major instrument is voice regardless of the degree emphasis. Student must have completed at least two semesters and meet all the requirements of their studio. Additionally, they must maintain a 2.5 or better GPA and demonstrate financial need as determined by the voice faculty.


Grace M. Krause Scholarship

Recipient must be a music major whose primary instrument is the oboe and must have a 3.0 GPA or better.


Graduate Office Grad Fees Scholarship

Students in good academic standing with consideration to need. Must be enrolled in at least 6 graduate hours per semester and maintain a 3.0 GPA.


Greater Texas Foundation-Bruckner Family Foundation Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship

Recipient must be enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester and have a minimum 3.0 GPA. All majors within the College of Nursing and Health Sciences will be considered, and preference will be given based on need.


Greater Texas Foundation-Cowboy Roundup USA Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship

Recipient must be a College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering major enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester. Preference will be given based on need.


Greater Texas Foundation-Dr. Fred & Betty Stoker Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship

Recipient must be a College of Education and Social Sciences majors enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester. Preference will be given based on need; may be renewable.


Greater Texas Foundation-Dr. Sue Park Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship

Recipient must be enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester and must be a College of Fine Arts and Humanities major; preference will be given based on need.


Greater Texas Foundation-Kathryn Davis Acton, RN Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate (12 hours per semester) or graduate student (nine hours per semester) and have a 2.5 GPA in core curriculum classes and a 3.0 GPA in major. All majors within the College of Nursing and Health Sciences will be considered with preference to students who demonstrate financial need.


Greater Texas Foundation-Los Barrios de Amarillo Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship

Recipient must be an incoming freshman, enrolled 12 hours per semester, maintain a 3.0 GPA, and must have attended the Step Up to Success Leadership Conference.


Greater Texas Foundation-Phoebe & Chuck Hartline Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship

Must be a College of Agriculture, Sciernce, and Engineering major and maintain a 2.5 GPA. Preference shall be given based on need.


Greater Texas Foundation-Wiley Hicks, Jr. Memorial Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship

Recipient must be a College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering major enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester. Preference will be given based on need.


Greg & Denise Mills Memorial Scholarship Fund

Full-time sophomore, junior or senior student majoring in agriculture and/or education with a 2.5 GPA. Priority is given to families of employees of Cactus Feeders Inc. and to graduates of Dumas High School.


Greg Black Memorial Ag Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time student in the Department of Agricultural Sciences.


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Grow Your Own Cycle 2 Grant

Education major


Guy Yates Forensics Scholarship

Recipient must travel with the WTAMU speech team, maintain a 3.0 GPA and be involved in community service.


H. Eugene Worsham/Brown, Graham & Co. PC Scholarship

Recipients must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) junior or senior, preferably accounting major, with a cumulative 2.5 GPA and 3.0 GPA in major. Ability, leadership, participation in extracurricular activities and potential in major will be considered. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


H.E. & Inez B. McCarley Foundation Leadership Scholarship

Preference for high school graduates from Pampa with competitive basis determined by class rank, ACT/SAT scores, and demonstration of leadership; renewable.


H.K. "Tex" & Ruth R. Guthrie Scholarship Fund

Recipient must maintain a minimum cumulative 3.25 GPA and committed to teach in the public school system.


Haggard Scholarship, Panhandle Chapter of Texas Society of CPA's

Provides scholarships to an outstanding accounting student. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Haley Scholars - Graduate Fellowship

Recipient must be a history major with interest in Western History studies or an English major with an emphasis in Western Literature studies. Preference will be given to students from Texas, New Mexico, or Oklahoma.


Haley Scholars - Undergraduate Scholarship

Recipient must be a history major with interest in Western History studies or an English major with an emphasis in Western Literature studies.­ Preference will be given to students from Texas, New Mexico, or Oklahoma.­ Also, preference to students transferring from Midland College.


Hamilton - Johnson Piano Scholarship Fund

Recipient must be a participant in the West Texas A&M University-Grace Hamilton Piano Festival. Preference will be given to students who graduated from a high school in the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.


Harland & Peggy D. Collins Endowed Scholarship

The scholarship is open to any student with a visual or hearing impairment and/or other severe physical disability wishing to pursue a degree at WTAMU. The student must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Harold & Joyce Courson Leadership Scholarship

Preference to HS grads from Perryton. 85 GPA, Class Rank, ACT/SAT considered. Must demonstrate Leadership. Renewable up to 8 semesters if students maintains a 2.5 GPA and is enrolled in 12 semester hours.


Harrington Law Enforcement Scholarship Fund

The student must be employed full-time with an area criminal justice agency in law enforcement or corrections for Deaf Smith, Potter or Randall counties. Also, enrolled in six or more hours in classes applicable to a degree in criminal justice or an allied field (psychology, sociology, political science, or public administration).


Harrington Nursing Scholarship

Incoming freshmen must have a minimum 21 ACT score and continuing students must have a minimum 2.8 GPA. The student must sign a commitment statement to work in the Texas Panhandle for one year for each year of scholarship support.


Harrington Regional Medical Campus Scholarship

Full-time junior, senior, or graduate nursing or communication disorders major with a minimum 3.5 GPA. Recipient must be actively involved in at least one curricular or co-curricular activity and must express a desire to remain in the Texas Panhandle.


Hazel Kelley Wilson Leadership Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate student with preference to an active member of a student organization. Also, preference to a junior Rogers LEAD WT scholar.


Helen Gerald String Scholarship

Recipient must be pursuing a Bachelor of Music Educator or a Bachelor of Music Performance. The candidate must be a student of excellence in violin, viola, cello or string bass. Also, the student must be a junior or senior who has shown commitment to diligent work. Two letters of recommendation from instrument faculty members at WT must be submitted.


Helen Slater Bentley Education Scholarship

Junior or senior education major who maintains a 3.0 GPA


Helen White Moore Scholarship Fund

Junior or senior English majors who show promise for teaching are eligible.­


Henry Bassett Agriculture Scholarship

Full-time (12 hours per semester) students in the Agriculture Department; student must be employed and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA with preference given to a parent, especially a single parent.


Herbert F. Kuhlman Memorial Rodeo Scholarship

Scholarship awards to WTAMU rodeo students; no specific majors; 2.5 GPA for sophomore, junior and senior students; entering freshmen must be in top 25% of their graduating class; financial need and leadership will be considered.


Hereford Texas Community Scholarship

Hereford high school graduates ranked in top 25% with preference top 10% ranking, GPA of 3.3 or greater. Demonstrate potential for success. Renewable for one year.


Hicks Scholarship Alumni TAMF

Undergraduate students who transfer ­from a junior college.­ Preference given to transfer students from Amarillo College, Frank Phillips Junior College, Clarendon College, Howard College, and South Plains College.­ Selection is based on academic achievement.­


High Plains Instructional Staff Development Scholarship

Undergraduate students enrolled in a WTAMU teacher preparation program for not less than twelve (12) semester credit hours; undergraduate students who have completed an “Agreement to Participate and Declaration of Intent to Teach” form; graduate students currently enrolled in a WTAMU teacher preparation program for not less than six (6) semester credit hours; and students enrolled in the Panhandle Alternative Certification Program.­ Preference will be given to students enrolled in the following high need areas of the teacher preparation program: mathematics, science (including life science and physical science, special education, languages other than English, technology, and bilingual education.­ Additional qualifications may be considered.


Hispanic Student Association of WTAMU Scholarship

Student must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours per semester, show financial need, and have at least one parent of Hispanic lineage. Preference will be given to Hispanic Association members who have been active participants for at least one semester; renewable.


Homer & Eloise Harvey Booster Scholarship

Recipient must be a returning member of the Lady Buff Volleyball team, must show dedication and spirit, and be recommended by the Head Volleyball Coach.


Honor: Night of Conversation Fundraising Event Scholarship

Members in good standing of the Attebury Honors Program


Honors Program Fund

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Hosea D. Foster Memorial Scholarship

Undergraduate and graduate students with need, purpose, merit and potential.


Hospice of Canyon Volunteers Scholarship

Nursing majors from one of the northernmost 26 counties in the Texas Panhandle.


Houston Bright Scholarship

Students participating in the WTAMU choirs.­ Recipients must be deserving students whose outstanding vocal talent and leadership add to the quality of the WTAMU choral program.


Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Scholarship

Agricultural students; academic excellence.


Howard D. Graves Scholarship

Recipient must have junior standing or above; hold the highest grade point average of those applying; must be able to demonstrate financial need; be enrolled in a regular teacher certification program; and recommended by the Education Scholarship Committee.


Hubert W. Oppe Scholarship Fund

Recipients will be psychology, sociology, and social work majors who have completed a minimum of two regular semesters at WTAMU and maintained a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given first to social work and sociology majors followed by psychology majors.


Hudgins Crosier Sumpter, PC Scholarship

Junior, senior, or graduate students majoring or minoring in accounting. Undergraduate students must be enrolled in 12 hours and graduate students must be enrolled in 6 hours.


Hugh Sanders Scholarship

Full-time undergraduate vocal music education major; must have completed at least 30 hrs.


Hughes and Kelly Scholarship

Meet eligibility requirements for admission to WTAMU and enroll full-time with preference to juniors or seniors from the Amarillo area pursuing a degree in accounting, business or finance. Also, preference to students demonstrating financial need, but not qualify at the inception for a needs-based or low-income grant or scholarship; renewable.


Ida Clay Hager Memorial Business Scholarship

Freshman business­ major who has attended all years of high school and graduated from­ one of the top­ 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. Must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Ilene Roberts Balliett Dance Scholarship

Recipient must be a current dancer with the Lone Star Ballet Company; talent based scholarship.


Ima Scott Redden College of Education Scholarship

Recipient must be an undergraduate full-time female student majoring in education or intend to teach; renewable.


Imogene Wagner Memorial Scholarship

Recipient will be the most scholastically accomplished female graduate from the Amarillo Independent School District who participated on her school's tennis team as a senior; must meet NCAA eligibility requirements.


Inez Butler Memorial Lady Buff Volleyball Scholarship

Outstanding freshman volleyball player; renewable if recommended by the head coach.


Information and Decision Management Program Support Fund

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Information Systems Scholarship

IDM or computer science majors; competitive GPA.


Institute of Management Accountants Scholarship

Full-time students maintaining a minimum of 12 hour, 15 preferred, with completion of nine hours accounting including the first semester of intermediate accounting, exhibit need for assistance; or may be part-time students carrying a minimum of six hours with completion of nine hours accounting including the first semester of intermediate accounting, employed part-time (20 hours per week) and exhibit need for assistance.


Institute of Marketing Scholarship

Full-time (12 hours per semester) marketing majors.


Instructional Technology Scholarship

Recipient must be pursuing a graduate degree in Instructional Technology and enrolled in a minimum of six graduate level hours; must maintain a 3.0 GPA; renewable.


International Education Fees Scholarship

Must be in good academic standing and enrolled at least part-time. Also, must participate in a study abroad program approved by the Office of Study Abroad and/or academic department.


Interstate Bank Scholarship

Declared major in one of the fields in the College of Business (general business), College of Agriculture (agribusiness), College of Fine Arts and Humanities (preference to strings/orchestra), and Nursing and Helath Sciences (preference to nursing). Student must maintain a 2.5 GPA.


Irene & Louis Strovas Memorial Scholarship in French Horn

Recipient will be a full-time music major and a current member of the French Horn Studio, and maintain an overall GPA of 2.5 and 3.0 in Music.


Isabel Robinson Art Scholarship

Junior, senior or graduate arts majors enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester with a minimum of six hours in arts; renewable. Must maintain a cumulative 2.5 GPA and 3.0 in major.


J. Herschel Coffee Scholarship

Undergraduate and graduate students majoring in economics with preference to senior students; academic achievement and student's character will be considered.


J. Pat Stephens Honorary Scholarship

Full-time undergraduate political science or public administration major. May be awarded as an internship for the City of Canyon on an "as needed" basis.


J. Shehan Engineering Scholarship

Recipient must be enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester and be a civil engineering major; preference will be given to current employees and dependents of employees of J. Shehan Engineering. Student must maintain a 3.0 GPA within major requirements.


J.A. Hill Memorial Leadership Scholarship

Incoming freshman from a high school in the northernost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle with a minimum 3.5 (85) GPA. Class rank and ACT/SAT scores will be considered. Additionally, student must demonatrate leadership; renewable.


J.B. & Lois Lowe Endowment Fund

Full-time (12 hours per semester) junior, senior or graduate education majors pursuing a career in classroom teaching; student must have completed two semesters at WTAMU.


J.D. Bayless, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund

Undergraduate voice music majors planning a career in music; renewable.


J.W. "Ted" Reid Memorial Scholarship

Junior or senior education majors ­seeking a teaching career.


J.W. & Dorothy Clark Memorial Scholarship

Sophomore-Senior students majoring in one of the areas in the Division of Agriculture. Students must have financial need and maintain a 2.5 or greater GPA.


J.W. & Nell Foust Alumni Association Scholarship

Students in business who have completed 60 semester hour. The student must maintain a 3.0 GPA. The award will be presented at the Phoenix Club Banquet.


J.W. (Cap) Daniels Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Deserving sophomore and/or junior students enrolled full-time.


J.W. Foust Men's Basketball Scholarship

Men's basketball player who have exhausted their playing eligibility, with at least two years in residence at WTAMU, and lacks no more than 30 hours to meet graduation requirements.


Jack B. Kelley Leadership Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate student with preference to an active member of a student organization. Also, preference to a junior Rogers LEAD WT scholar with a cumulative 2.75 GPA.


Jack Burnett-Brumley Scholarship

Full-time (12 hours per semester) freshmen, preferably a graduate of Dumas High School. Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable.


Jack Duncan Rhodes Scholarship

Full-time undergraduate junior or senior psychology or social work major. Will consider part-time ­graduates majoring in psychology, social work, school counseling, or licensed professional counselor with preference to full-time.­ Recipient must volunteer at Family Support Services or a similar non-profit organization.


Jack E. Little Leadership Scholarship

Preference to high school graduates from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. Competive with a minimum 85 grade average, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered. Also, demonstrated leadership required.


Jack Griswold Scholarship Fund

Recipients must be a junior, senior or graduate health, physical education and recreation majors planning a career in coaching; student must have completed at least two regular semester at WTAMU. Minimum 3.0 GPA in major required.


Jack H. & Ruth Mary Whitson Scholarship

Graduated high school from one of the following counties in Texas: Dallam, Sherman, Hansford, Ochiltree, Lipscomb, Hemphill, Roberts, Hutchinson, Moore or Hartley high school; entering freshman with a "B" average or higher from high school; recipient may not be eligible for federal or state educational grants.


Jack T. Hughes Endowed Scholarship

Recipient will be a full-time junior, senior, or graduate student majoring in Environmental Sciences


Jackie Wafford Mercer President's Honor Scholarship in Music

Must be full-time music student, 3.4 GPA, must provide leadership and service to University and community.


Jacob & Frances Huber Endowed Scholarship Fund

Demonstration of financial need; enrolled full-time and maintain a 2.6 GPA.


James & Linda Bagley Scholarship

Accounting majors


James A. and Mildred Turnbow Montgomery Scholarship in Education

Full-time education majors.


James B. & Mogie R. McCray President’s Honor Scholarship

Preferably a student from the Texas Panhandle; speech or music major; must provide leadership and service to the University and community


James B. & Yvonne J. Franklin Endowed Scholarship Fund

Need-based


James Clark First Choice Scholarship

Recipient must be a full time sophomore, junior or senior­ students in the Department of Agricultural Sciences; preference will be given based on need.


James D. Taylor Oncological Nursing Scholarship

Junior, senior, graduate nursing major enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester if undergraduate and nine hours per semester if graduate); must have a strong interest in pursuing an oncological nursing career as evidenced by a written statement of interest in oncology accompanying the application.­ Send statement of interest via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu.


James H. & Minnie M. Edmonds Educational Fund

Priority will be given to first-generation students with proven financial need.


James M. Rockwell & Sarah Wade Rockwell Endowment Fund of West Texas State College

Students supporting the cause of the Lord Jesus Christ; academic ability; general intelligence and personal character; financial circumstances


James Moreland Industrial Safety Endowment Fund

Jr/Sr/Grad student majoring in industrial education and technology with an interest in industrial safety. Must maintain a 3.0 GPA in major and 2.5 overall.


James S. Kone & Company

Junior, senior or graduate student majoring in engineering technology and having attended WTAMU for two semesters.


Jan Alcorn Scholarship Fund

Student must be a U.S. citizen or actively seeking citizenship within two years of the initial scholarship application. Also, student must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate student and maintain a cumulative 2.5 GPA. Preference to graduating seniors, or graduated within the last two years from Tascosa High School in Amarillo, Texas, and/or who are incoming freshman or sophomore at WTAMU. Recipient must submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, FAFSA, and be considered on the basis of financial need. Applicant should be available for a personal interview if requested. The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Jane Addams Memorial Scholarship

Students with a minimum of nine hours in social work or sociology with a minimum 2.5 GPA.


Jane Stephens Student Teacher Fund

Funds will be used to grant aid to undergraduate students while in their student teaching program to assist any type of non-routine need.


Janet Walker Music Scholarship

Recipient must be enrolled in a music class, maintain a 3.0 GPA, and show leadership, integrity, and respect. Preference will be given to students from Dumas, Texas.


Janie Branch Endowed Music Scholarship

Recipient must be an entering freshman who is majoring in music performance; full-time (12 semester hours) student with a minimum 3.0 GPA; and must have participated in either a school or community music program; renewable.


Janna Detrixhe Memorial Scholarship Fund

WTAMU intercollegiate student-athletes, preferably women's basketball.


Jay Allen Mathis Memorial Scholarship Fund

Psychology majors planning a career in psychology who have completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU and attained junior, senior or graduate standing. Also, student must maintain a minimum of 3.0 GPA and 3.5 in major.


Jeffrey Weiss Psychology Scholarship

Junior or senior majoring in psychology with preference to students with disabilities and who have completed at least one semester (12 semester hours) at WTAMU. Student must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA.


Jensen Carter Laszakovits Nursing Scholarship

Recipients must be enrolled in the Department of Nursing and interested in pediatrics, postpartum or labor and delivery. Applicants must be a single parent taking a minimum of nine hours and must have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA and 3.0 GPA in major.


Jerry Behrens Memorial Scholarship

Recipient will be full-time undergraduate student who maintains a minimum 2.5 GPA with preference given to a football player who embodies the Behrens legacy.


Jerry Miller Scholarship Fund

Freshmen students majoring in business.


Jerry Neal Scholarship

Student must be majoring in criminal justice.­ Preference will be given based on need and also Amarillo police officers, employees of the city of Amarillo who are preparing to become police officers, or children of employees of the city of Amarillo who are preparing to become police officers; renewable when criteria are met.


Jess Lwood Dow Football Scholarship

Member of the Buffalo football team who is originally from the Texas Panhandle or South Plains region and who has a background in farming.


Jesse & Grace Osborn Endowment Fund

Students majoring in political science, criminal justice or a related field with an emphasis in political science or criminal justice who have completed 12 hours in political science and/or criminal justice with a "B" average.


Jim and Dorothy Ford Memorial Scholarship Fund

Full-time undergraduate or part-time graduate; preference to students that have completed 30 hours, have one or more dependents, and majoring in Education or Business


Jim and Peggy Pollard Athletic Scholarship

First preference given to a student-athlete who demonstrates strong work ethic in the classroom and in athletics and is committed to obtaining an undergraduate degree from WTAMU. Second preference given to a student-athlete who meets the above criteria, but who has expired eligibility, is within 15 hours of completing academic requirements for an undergrate degree, and seeks to complete the requirements for a degree within the next full semester.


Jim Foran Memorial President's Honor Scholarship

Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time student (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; preference to graduates from Memphis, TX or from surrounding communities; and participates in high school athletics. Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.


Jim Kemmerling Drama Scholarship

Full-time drama students intersted in set design with a minimum 2.5 GPA.


Jim Reed Scholarship

Students with the greatest need.


Jimmie Green Scholarship Fund

Outstanding plant science majors; scholarship, leadership and/or need.


Jimmy D. Pond Scholarship for the Social Sciences

Full-time undergraduate student majoring in social work, psychology, or counseling.


Jimmy Reese Athletic Scholarship

Must be a member of the WTAMU men's basketball team and meet eligibility as defined by the NCAA and institutional standards.


Jimmy Reese Athletic Scholarship Endowment

Must be a member of the WTAMU men's basketball team and meet eligibility as defined by the NCAA and institutional standards.


Jo Mozola Scholarship for Excellence in Teaching

Full-time (12 hours per semester) junior pursuing a degree in education with preference to students who graduated from a high school in the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle and who­ intends to teach in Potter and Randall counties; renewable for one additional year.


Jo Stewart Randel Leadership Scholarship

Preference to high school graduates from Panhandle High School. Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable.


Joan Collins Music Provost's Leadership Scholarship

Recipient must be a female theatre, music or art major enrolled in 12 hours per semester and must maintain a 3.0 or higher GPA. Student must display leadership and student involvement in school and community as well as scholarship.


Jody Hart Memorial Rodeo Scholarship

Students who demonstrate performance and leadership in rodeo activities; must remain eligible by NIRA standards.


Joe & Kay Magee Agriculture Scholarship

Recipient will be a major in agricultural sciences, with a preference given to a graduate of McLean High School.


Joe & Kay Magee Agriculture Scholarship II

Recipient will be a major in agricultural sciences, with a preference given to a graduate of McLean High School.


Joe Ortiz/Omega Delta Phi Memorial Fraternity Scholarship

Preference for one active fraternity member and one may be an incoming freshman. Leadership and academic potential.


John & Jo Mozola Math Education Scholarship

Full-time student pursuing a degree in math education who demonstrates a sincere intent to teach in Potter and Randall counties. Must maintain a 3.0 or higher GPA.


John & Sally Skaggs Psychology Scholarship

Recipient must be a junior, senior or graduate psychology major planning a career in psychology; must have completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU and have at least a 3.0 GPA on all work completed and a 3.25 overall GPA in psychology.


John and Jo Mozola PHS in Education

Education major; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; express an intent to acquire a job teaching in the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle within two years of graduating.


John B. & Mary O. Coleman Scholarship

Pre-dental, pre-law, political science and criminal justice majors; completed 30 or more semester hours.­


John K. & Bessie Lee Harper Milam Presidential Scholarship

Recipient must be incoming freshmen females enrolled full-time (15 semester hours) who rank in the top 10% of her graduation class, or currently enrolled full time with a cumulative 3.5 GPA; or a transferring full-time student with a cumulative 3.5 GPA. Additionally, leadership and service to the University and community.


John K. & Bessie Lee Harper Milam President's Honor Scholarship

Student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


John M. Ayers Memorial Scholarship for Football Fund

WTAMU student in football; preference will be given to an upperclassman in good academic standing, hard worker, solid citizenship, leader by example.


John Phillip Notestine Scholarship

Full-time returning junior or senior student seeking a degree in environmental sciences; renewable.


John Plank Scholarship

Junior, senior, or graduate student in the Department of Agricultural Sciences. Recipient must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA with preference given to a student demonstrating financial need and leadership.


John T. Boone Memorial and Physical Plant Employee Scholarship

Full-time SSC employee, spouse, or child with preference to former WT Physical Plant employees (with an original hire date at WTAMU) who are now full-time outsourced employees, spouse, or child of these employees, who are attending or planning to attend WTAMU. Need and character of applicant will also be considered.


John Ward Public Administration Scholarship

Recipient must be an undergraduate majoring in political science, public administration or emergency management administration with a cumulative 3.0 GPA OR must be enrolled in the graduate program pursuing a­ Masters in Political Science. Applicants will be required to submit an essay explaining their interest/intent in the public administration field.


Johnson Controls Scholarship Fund

Recipient must be a sophomore, junior or senior engineering technology major and maintain a full-time (12 or more hours per semester) enrollment status and cumulative 2.75 GPA.


Joseph & Rhoanna (Griego) Austin Scholarship

Full-time IDM or Nursing major; B+ (85)


Josephine Anderson Leadership Scholarship

High school graduates from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. Competitive with a minimum 85 grade average, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered. Demonstration of leadership required.


Josserand Scholarship

Hereford high school graduates ranked in the top 25% with preference top 10% ranking, GPA of 3.3 or greater. Demonstrate potential for success. One time award.


Journalism Advisory Committee Scholarship Endowment Fund

Journalism majors planning careers in journalism.­ Application should be accompanied by at least one letter of recommendation from a journalism educator or professional journalist.


Judge Garland Green Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a member of Gamma Sigma Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order at WTAMU; member participation and financial need will be considered.­ The chosen recipient must submit a 500 word paper on the life and times of Judge Green.


Judge Marvin Jones Scholarship

Students exhibiting outstanding character and leadership ability.­ Selection of recipients shall be made on a competitive basis taking into consideration high school rank, SAT or ACT scores or GPA of previous college work; evidence of outstanding character and leadership ability; involvement in extracurricular activities; and past honors received.


Judith Mathewson Lankford Social Work Scholarship

Recipient must have completed 9 hours in the social work program.


Jule and Helen Minium Family Scholarship

Student-athlete with a minimum 3.0 GPA majoring within the College of Business with preference to accounting majors.


Julie Barrett Weise Memorial Scholarship in Nursing

Recipient must be a nursing major; be compassionate, caring, and willing to give back to the University and community; must be a Texas resident; maintain a 2.5 GPA; renewable.


June & Dorothy Franks Piano Scholarship

Recipient must be a piano major and demonstrate dedication to piano studies through practice and performance.­­ The student must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA in major applied lessons, must maintain a passing grade in music recital attendance, and must maintain an overall 3.0 GPA.­ Each recipient will receive a yearly evaluation by piano faculty and the department head for consideration of continuation of the scholarship.­ Preference will be given to an incoming freshman, transfer students will be considered.


Junior Achievement of the High Plains Internship Program Fund Scholarship

Awarded to interns in good standing.­­


K. Roger Williams Leadership Scholarship

Business, nursing or engineering major with a 2.8 GPA; must be a child of a current employee at Bell Helicopter's Amarillo facility; preference to graduates of Texas Panhandle high schools.


Kappa Delta Chi, Eta Chapter Scholarship

Current active member of Kappa Delta Chi and must have been active for two consecutive semesters prior to receiving the award; held an office or committee chair; and completed 50 service hours.


Kappa Kappa Psi Scholarship

Freshman student with outstanding music ability and contributions to the WTAMU band.


Kathy Killebrew Honorary Scholarship Fund

Students who exhibit strong interest in the fine arts.­ Students must take two to four hours of fine arts classes during the semester the scholarship award is given.­ Students who are Stepping Out graduates will be given first consideration and priority.­ Student must be able to prove financial need.­


Kay Stahlecker Memorial Lady Buff Scholarship Fund

Lady Buff Basketball player; must meet NCAA eligibility requirements.


Kay Winkler Fuqua Scholarship

Worthy and deserving speech majors of at least junior standing; minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA; renewable.


Kelli and Lance Kieth Agriculture Scholarship

Recipient will be a full-time student majoring in Agricultural Sciences, and be in good academic standing.


Ken Waugh Scholarship (1993)

Counselor Education major; must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Ken Waugh Scholarship (1995)

Counselor Education major; must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Kenady-Lee Scholarship

Recipient must be an incoming freshman enrolled full time (minimum of 12 semester hours). Preference shall be given to a graduate from Wheeler High School, second to a high school graduate from Wheeler County, and third to a high school graduate from either Collingsworth or Donley Counties.


Kendrick Cutsinger Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a current member of the WTAMU football team and­ maintain NCAA eligibility requirements; also, recipient must complete a minimum of 12 hours per semester.


Kenneth & Christine Gibson Scholarship

Students majoring in education with preference to elementary education majors and also, first year to entering freshmen. Also, student must have a minimum 2.5 GPA to remain eligible for renewal.


Kenneth H. Olsen Scholarship Endowment Fund

Junior, senior or graduate business majors. Need will be considered but not the primary factor.


Kenny Bryan Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship

Agriculture major; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Kevin Bowen Memorial Scholarship

Recipient will be a student majoring in trombone with a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to graduates of Randall High School.


Kim & Clay Teter AC Transfer Student Scholarship

Transfer student from Amarillo College; junior standing with a 2.75 GPA; open to all majors.


L. Jack "Jackie" Mercer Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Music

Exceptional full-time incoming freshman music major based on talent, academic qualifications, service and leadership, demonstration of financial need, and potential for success. Recipient will be selected on a competitive audition by the music faculty; renewable.


L.P. “ Pete” Gilvin Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship

Preference to students committed to a career in teaching; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


L.V. Currey Honor Scholarship

Recipient must be a member in good standing of the Eta Delta Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity.


Lady Buff Softball Scholarship

Must be a sophomore, junior, or senior Lady Buff softball player with preference to those with financial need.


LaNelle Bassett-Winn Counseling & Guidance Scholarship

Full-time female junior, senior or graduate student with preference to psychology majors with a focus on counseling and guidance. If a psychology major cannot be found, the recipient may be an education major with a focus on counseling and guidance. If a career is education is not viable, the recipient may have the option of entering the professional guidance and counseling industry. Also, the student must be working towards the current counseling standards and certification and must be employed, active participation in the Reserves, National Guard, or active duty constitutes employment. Additionally, preference will be given to a parent, especially a single parent and must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Larry & LaVelle Mills Family Scholarship

Recipient must be a business major; renewable.


Larry & Sandra Oldham Accounting Scholarship

Recipient will be an accounting major demonstrating financial need with preference to accounting majors from Midland, TX or the surrounding area.


Larry A Elms Scholarship

Recipient will maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA and be an undergraduate or graduate student. First preference is a student involved in Baptist Student Ministries and/or attended Silverton High School. Second preference is a student majoring in Math, Political Science, or Education.


LaRue Hite Education Scholarship

Returning women students majoring in education.­­ Preference is given to female students returning to or beginning school later in life and pursuing a career in teaching; renewable at the Committee's discretion.


Lasater/Looney Economics Scholarship

Non-freshman students majoring in political science with preference to students with six hours of economics.


Lasater/Looney Political Science Scholarship

Non-freshman students majoring in political science with preference to students with six hours of economics


Laura Street Nursing Scholarship

Junior nursing major with preference to students that demonstrate financial need; renewable.


LEAD WT Endowed Scholarship

Students who are selected to enter or continue in the Rogers LEAD ­WT Program; renewable.


Lee S. & Doris Jinkins Scholarship Fund

Nursing majors who are planning a career in nursing; incoming freshmen must have exhibited academic excellence in high school.


Lemieux Family Slow and Steady Scholarship

Senior mass communication students who demonstrate active involvement and leadership in at least two mass communication organizations. Additionally, student must have a letter of recommendation from an employer or a mass communication organization advisor.


Lemons Memorial Scholarship

Student must have a visual impairment of 20/70 or worse in the best eye with corrected measure; completed 30 or more hours at a college or university.


Leon Trekell Scholarship

Recipient must be the top student in intermediate accounting (ACCT 3331 and ACCT 3332) as determined primarily by class average but tempered with consideration given for class assignment completion and class attendance.­ Recipient must have completed both classes or completed ACCT 3331 and be currently enrolled in ACCT 3332 as an "on-campus" student at WTAMU, no online classes or transfers.­ Recipient must have completed both classes within the 12 months prior to announcement of the award.­ Based only on performance in ACCT 3331 and ACCT 3332 with no attention to academic major, past performance in other courses, or overall GPA.­


Leona M. Barrick Leadership Scholarship

85 grade average, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered


Leonard Wilson Excellence Award

Recipient must be an outstanding senior plant science major with consideration given for academic achievement and proven leadership skills.­


Leta M. Cayton Memorial Scholarship

Full-time education major with emphasis in bilingual education/secondary Spanish or ESL, and committed to a career in teaching.


Levi & Margaret Cole Business Scholarship

Business students, selection is based on academic ability and personal character.­ Financial circumstances will be considered.


Levi & Margaret Cole Scholarship - Fine Arts

Fine arts students, selection is based on academic ability and personal character.­ Financial circumstances will be considered.


Levi W. Cole Leadership Scholarship

Deserving graduates of Canyon High School who are enrolled full time (12 hours per semester) and exhibit leadership qualities; renewable.


Lila Vars Scholarship

Freshmen who graduate in the top quarter of their high school class or have a high ACT or SAT score. Transfer and continuing students with a 2.5 or higher GPA. Need and leadership may be considered.


Lily Kitchens Wafford President's Honor Scholarship in Visual Arts

Must be full-time art student, 3.4 GPA, must provide leadership and service to University and community.


Linda G. Miller Leadership Scholarship Fund

Transfers to WTAMU with approximately 60 hours of which a minimum of 30 are from Amarillo College


Linda Michaux Vaughan Emergency Assistance Fund

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Lois Bose / AORN North Texas Panhandle Nursing Scholarship

One scholarship to a junior nursing student with the highest GPA and one scholarship to a worthy and deserving student with average GPA.


Lone Star Ballet Scholarship

Recipient will be selected based on a competitive audition by the director of the dance program, in consultation with the LSB director of dance.


Lori Westermann Endowed Scholarship in Advertising and Public Relations

Full-time undergraduate student majoring in advertising/public relations and participation in Advertising and Public Relations Society and other departmental activities.


Lorilie O'Donald/Melanie Mickey Memorial Scholarship Fund

Nursing students.


Louis & Carolyn Hinders Endowed Scholarship

Full-time agriculture majors.


Louisa Miller Eldredge Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship

Members of National Honor Society or its equivalent; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Louise & Bill Dee Scholarship

Junior, senior or graduate dance majors who have completed two regular semesters at WTAMU.­


Loula Grace Erdman Memorial Scholarship

Undergraduate or graduate students who show unusual promise in creative writing.


Lt. Col. John Regal Semper Fi Scholarship

Recipient must be a graduate from an Amarillo or Canyon Independent School District high school with preference given based on need.


Luan Henson Memorial President's Honor Scholarship

Agriculture (preferably agriculture education) major; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Luis 'Rene' Clemente Endowed Scholarship in Musical Theatre and Dance

Full-time undergraduate musical theatre or dance majors. Competitive auditions will be conducted by members of the WTAMU theatre, musical theatre, and dance faculty.


Lula Mae Irons Camp Endowment Scholarship Fund

Journalism major preparing for a journalism career.


Lyndol Bynum Carter, P.E. Civil Engineering Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time junior or senior civil engineering major.­ Additionally the student must be a U.S. citizen with proof of citizenship.


M.K. Brown Foundation Leadership Scholarship

Preference to graduates from Pampa High School or transfer students from Clarendon College, Pampa Center. Selection of the recipient is competitive, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable.


M.S. & Meek Lane Doss Endowed Opportunity Award Scholarship

Undergraduate students with financial need. Preference to graduates of high schools located in Western Texas (anywhere west of a line drawn between Witchita Falls, Texas to Laredo, Texas) or a high school located in Southewaster NM.


Magical History Tour Scholarship

Recipient will be an outstanding student from one of the History 3314, 4312, 4313 or 4321 classes.


Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Scholarship Award Fund

Recipient must have completed 60 credit hours; financial need is the most important factor considered.


Malouf & Iris Abraham Business Scholarship Fund

Business majors planning a business career.


Marcia Caldwell Scholarship Fund

Preference to students majoring in history.


Marcia McEntyre Zoffuto Music Fund-Scholarship

Recipient must be a music major in good academic standing.


Margaret "Smokey" Hucker Scholarship

Full-time and part-time economics graduate students.


Maria D. Tarrab Memorial Scholarship Fund

Junior, senior or graduate language major planning a career in Spanish.­ Recipient must have completed at least two semesters at WTAMU.­­


Mariellen Garner Band Scholarship

WTAMU band students; musicianship, attitude, need and contribution to the band will be considered; renewable if criteria are met.


Mariwyn McPherson Webb Memorial Scholarship

Full-time female sophomore, junior, or senior who graduated from a high school in the top 26 counties of Texas and displays financial need. Recipient will maintain minimum 2.5 GPA. Preference given to a student majoring in Marketing.


Marjorie Waddle Kruckeberg Scholarship

Promising students majoring in social work; demonstrate outstanding communication skills with preference for students with a strong interest in direct contact/counseling of families; financial need is a consideration.


Mark A. Benton Memorial Scholarship

Junior or senior mass communication major who has completed at least­ 60 hours or 18 hours in major and is an aspiring journalist.­ Additionally, the student must­ be a community service volunteer.­­


Martha Allison Nursing Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time nursing major. Also, currently registered nurse pursuing a Bachelors of Science degree in nursing; renewable.


Martha Ann Wingo President's Honor Scholarship in Theatre

Full-time theatre student; must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Martha Biglow Nursing Scholarship

Full-time junior or senior nursing major; renewable.


Martha Estes Music Therapy Scholarship

Sophomore, junior or senior pursuing a career in music therapy.


Marvin & Wilma Cornette President's Honor Scholarship

Education major; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Mary & Bill Hill Leadership Scholarship

Recipient must be either a peer educator through PULSE or a sports and exercise sciences major. Also, recipient must be a full-time sophomore, junior, or senior who maintains a minimum 2.7 GPA. Preference given to a student with high moral values, demonstrate a positive lifestyle, and practice "holistic wellness".


Mary Alice Burnett Leadership Scholarship Fund

Preference to graduates from Dumas High School. Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable.


Mary Ann Engler Nursing President's Honor Scholarship

Full-time nursing student; must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Mary Ann Winfrey Juels Scholarship

Junior, senior, or graduate student majoring in education, preferably elementary education; preference to graduates of high schools in the Texas Panhandle.


Mary Arless O’Keefe Periman President's Honor Scholarship

Preference to students in the liberal arts, particularly those who are interested in studying English, theatre, and related dramatic arts, or speech


Mary Cecile Powell Truitt Gerontological Nursing Scholarship

Junior or senior full-time (12 semester hours) student with interest in gerontological nursing; renewable.


Mary Collins Bagot

Junior, senior and graduate education majors; must have completed two semesters at WTAMU.


Mary E. Bivins Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) nursing major.­ Preference will be given to students who demonstrate an interest in geriatric nursing and eldercare.


Mary Elizabeth Davidson Scholarship Fund

All students majoring in history.


Mary Frances Saunders Scholarship

All students majoring in finance.


Mary Gill Memorial Scholarship Fund

Junior, senior or graduate student; any major; an interest and love of Hispanic things, travel abroad, and foreign languages; completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU; must take or have taken at least two semesters of Spanish at WTAMU.


Mary Harris Clark Memorial Scholarship

Recipients must be engineering majors.


Mary Harris Clark President's Honor Scholarship

Math, physical sciences or engineering major; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Mary Jane Johnson Scholarship

Voice students majoring in performance, music education, music therapy or music business.­ Recipient must exhibit musical ability, talent and academic excellence.


Mary Ruth McCulley Keyboard Scholarship

Recipient must be a keyboard major and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA.


Matador Resources / Harrold E. Melton Scholarship

Recipient must be a freshman business major and show financial need.


Matador Resources / William E. Semmelbeck Scholarship

Recipient must be a freshman business major who has ­financial need.


Mathematics Scholarship

Must be pursuing a degree in Mathematics and have an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or greater.


Matilda Gaume Music Scholarship

Students majoring in music who have completed at least two semesters at WTAMU; renewable.


Matilda Gaume Music Scholarship II

Students majoring in music who have completed at least two semesters at WTAMU; renewable.


Matt Vaughn Memorial Nursing Scholarship

Students that have completed an R.N. degree and enrolled in a minimum of nine semester hours. Must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA in their degree program.


Matthews Rodeo Scholarship

Students in the WTAMU rodeo program. Students must demonstrate outstanding performance and leadership in the Southwest Region and must remain eligible by NIRA standards.


Mattie Swayne Mack Scholarship

WTAMU graduates who plan graduate work in English at WTAMU are eligible for the scholarship. Need and scholarship will be considered.


Maurice Cheeks Men's Basketball Scholarship

Recipient will be a point guard on the men's basketball team, maintain a minimum 2.0 GPA, and must be in compliance with all NCAA rulings and regulations.


Max & Gene Alice Sherman Public Affairs Scholarship Award

The scholarship is available to undergraduate students majoring in political science or a related public affairs discipline and must have completed a minimum of 30 semester hours with a 2.5 GPA or better.


Max Sherman President's Honor Scholarship

The student must take at least 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year


Maxine Durrett Earl Charitable Foundation Scholarship in History

Full-time sophomore, junior, senior history major.­ First preference given to Garza county students; second preference to the following counties: Gaines, Dawson, Borden, Scurry, Kent, Lynn, Terry, Yoakum, Cochran, Hockley, Lubbock, Crosby, Dickens, Motley, Floyd, Hale, Lamb and Bailey.­ Third preference given to the following counties:­ Andrews, Martin, Howard, Mitchell, Nolan, Taylor, Callahan, Shackelford, Jones, Fisher, Stonewall, Haskell, Throckmorton, Baylor, Knox, King, Cottle, Foard, Wilbarger,­Hardeman, Childress, Hall, Briscoe, Swisher, Castro, Parmer, Deaf Smith, Randall, Armstrong, Donley, Collingworth, Wheeler, Gray, Carson, Potter, Oldham, Hartley, Moore, Hutchinson, Roberts, Hemphill, Lipscomb, Ochiltree, Hansford, Sherman, Dallam, and the following counties in New Mexico:­ Chaves, Lea, Roosevelt, Curry, and Quay.


Maxine Durrett Earl Charitable Foundation Scholarship in Political Science

Full-time sophomore, junior, senior political science major.­ First preference given to Garza county students; second preference to the following counties: Gaines, Dawson, Borden, Scurry, Kent, Lynn, Terry, Yoakum, Cochran, Hockley, Lubbock, Crosby, Dickens, Motley, Floyd, Hale, Lamb and Bailey.­ Third preference given to the following counties:­ Andrews, Martin, Howard, Mitchell, Nolan, Taylor, Callahan, Shackelford, Jones, Fisher, Stonewall, Haskell, Throckmorton, Baylor, Knox, King, Cottle, Foard, Wilbarger,­Hardeman, Childress, Hall, Briscoe, Swisher, Castro, Parmer, Deaf Smith, Randall, Armstrong, Donley, Collingworth, Wheeler, Gray, Carson, Potter, Oldham, Hartley, Moore, Hutchinson, Roberts, Hemphill, Lipscomb, Ochiltree, Hansford, Sherman, Dallam, and the following counties in New Mexico:­ Chaves, Lea, Roosevelt, Curry, and Quay.


McCoy Myers and Associates Internship Program Fund and Scholarship (ECS)

Scholarships are awarded to "interns in good standing" with McCoy Myers and Associates.


McCulley-Porter Endowment Fund

Members of Mu Phi Epsilon and non-member music majors.­ Recipients must be sophomore, junior and senior music majors who promote music and have financial need.


McEntyre-Haines Music Scholarship

Music students from Permian High School who are attending WTAMU. Leadership, music and academic achievement will be considered.


McKee Forensics Scholarship

Recipient will be a Forensics Team member, maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA, and preference will be given to students experiencing duress.


Mechanical Engineering Scholarship/Program Support

Recipient must be an engineering (any discipline), engineering technology, or computer science major.


Melvin & Mike Isley Leadership Scholarship

85 grade average, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered


Mercer Music Scholars Scholarship

Exceptional full-time ­incoming freshman music major based on talent, academic qualifications, service and leadership, demonstration of financial need, and potential for success. Recipient will be selected on a competitive audition by the music­ faculty with preference in awarding given to string players and to other underserved areas; renewable.


Mercer Theatre Scholars Scholarship

Exceptional incoming or continuing theatre majors enrolled full-time. Based on talent, academic qualifications, service and leadership, demonstration of financial need, and potential for success.­ Recipient will be selected on a competitive audition by the theatre faculty; renewable.


Merle Walker Scholarship

Graduate of Idalou High School; recipient must be in the top quarter of their graduating class, minimum 23 ACT or 950 SAT, and must maintain a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA as a continuing student


Michael J. Miller Scholarship

Students working full time. Non-traditional students (returning students, single mothers, etc.)


Michael Ley Feland & Candice Leigh Feland Scholarship

Recipient must be a Department of Nursing or Department of Sports and Exercise Science major with preference to students with financial need.


Michelle Moylan Quinto Memorial Scholarship in History

Recipient must be a full-time student majoring in history, must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA, and work 10 to 12 hours a week.


Microfour Inc.

CIS, finance, accounting, or marketing major


Mike Stephens ATO Scholarship

Members of the Zeta Kappa Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity shall be eligible for scholarship awards.


Mila Gibson Voice Scholarship

Voice major transferring from Amarillo College. Student must be recommended by the voice faculty at AC and selected by audition by the voice faculty at WT. Student must be full-time and pursue any of the music degrees for which voice is an applied music requirement with preference given to performance majors. Scholarship is renewable for one additional year provided the student maintains a 3.0 GPA. Additionally, student will audition and perform in Amarillo Opera's two main productions with this scholarship serving as support.


Mildred Bassett Business Scholarship

Employed business majors, active participation in the Reserve, National Guard, or active duty constitutes employment. Also, enrolled full-time and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA with preference given to a parent, especially a single parent.


Mildred Hulsey Scholarship

Worthy Tulia High School graduating senior in the top 25 percent of the academic class.


Military Veterans Ball Scholarship

Sophomore, junior, or senior who is Active Duty Military, Reservist, Veteran, and/or a dependent eligible for Veteran's benefits. Discharge status will apply. Maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA. Financial need will be considered. First preference given to a student who actively participates in Veterans Network activities and events.


Miss Black & Gold Scholarship Pageant

Recipient must be the Miss Black & Gold Pageant winner or runner-up.


Molyneaux Leadership Scholarship

85 grade average, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered


Moody-Northen Endowment for Excellence

Fine arts majors.


Muthersbough Family Endowment Scholarship

Worthy and deserving student enrolled at West Texas A&M University


Myles Adrian & Imogene Kelly Memorial Scholarship

Education majors and/or students pursuing a career in teaching. Student must be a graduate from Pampa High School, Canyon High School, Dimmitt High School, Paschal High School, or Perryton High School enrolled a minimum of nine hours per semester and must maintain a 3.0 GPA.


Myrt Wilder Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate student-athlete and softball or volleyball player. Additionally, the recipient must maintain a 2.5 GPA.


Nadine Crum, Karen Burkhart & Bryna Harris Education Fund

Full-time (12 hours per semester) junior or senior education majors, preparing to teach in Texas public schools, with an overall 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to descendants of Nadine Crum, graduates of Perryton High School or others qualified from the northernmost 26 counties of Texas.


NAIFA Amarillo Area Scholarship

Recipients must be business majors; academic ability, not necessarily honor students, good character, and potential to become contributors to the business community will be considered.


Nancy Camp and Mae Townsend Memorial Scholarship Fund

Education major with preference to elementary education. Also, preference to juniors and seniors.


Nancy McCaslin Memorial Scholarship

Full-time undergraduate junior pursuing any education certification degree; renewable.


Nathan Edward Sauer Memorial Scholarship

Pre-medical or pre-dental students originally from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle; completed 60 hours.


Nathaniel "Nat" and Helen Neal Scholarship

Undergraduate or graduate ­students planning a teaching career with preference to minority students.


National Association of Social Workers (NASW), Amarillo Unit

Recipient will be a NASW member and participate in Amarillo Unit meetings, workshops and seminars; be in good academic standing with an accumulation of 12 hours social work credits; and graduate or undergraduate standing.­ Financial need is considered.


Natrelle Long President's Honor Scholarship

Student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Neil and Camille Hess Dance Scholarship

Students in the dance program; preference for full-time students and dance majors; minimum 2.0 GPA; renewable.


Nell Robinson Book Scholarship for Nursing Students

Recipient must be a nursing major,­have a scholarship application on file for the current year,­ and must request assistance with books by submitting a written request for support which outlines the amount requested and the student's financial need.


No Borders Scholarship

Recipients must be sophomore or higher standing­ majoring in one of the areas in the Department of Agricultural Sciences;­preference will be given to students transferring from other higher education institutions outside of the region and continuing students that have previously transferred­ to WTAMU from another institution.


Nona Barnett Leadership Scholarship

85 grade average, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered


Nona L. Moore Scholarship Fund

Social work, sociology and psychology majors who have attended WTAMU at least two regular semesters.


Norman & Gladys Cleavinger Memorial Scholarship Fund

Declared junior or senior majors in one of the fields of agriculture.­ Students must be involved in campus and community activities and have financial need.


Norman Crum Memorial Agricultural Fund

Sophomore through senior full-time (12 hours or more per semester) students majoring in agriculture and maintaining an overall 3.0 GPA. Preference is given to descendants of Crum, graduates of Perryton High School and others qualified from the northernmost 26 counties of Texas.


Nursing Shortage Scholarship

Sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate nursing major with a minimum 2.8 GPA.


Nursing Student's Scholarship Fund

Senior nursing students.


NWIT Lady Buff Scholarship Fund

Scholarships for Lady Buff Basketball players who meet NCAA requirements and are Texas Panhandle female graduates from the northernmost 32 counties of Texas, including Plainview, Abernathy, Tulia, etc.


O.V. Hodges Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship

Preference to graduates of Valley High School and/or residents of Briscoe, Floyd or Hall counties; must enroll a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year. Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.


Ocie G. Chism Scholarship Endowment Fund

Marketing majors with more consideration placed on student success rather than student need.


Odus & Nell Rush Scholarship

Student will be from New Mexico and have a minimum of 3.0 GPA.


Opening the Doors of Perception Scholarship

All majors; undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate enthusiasm for and open mind to education.


Orchestra Activities Scholarship

Music majors and members of the University orchestra; need and leadership will be considered.


Orrell Vise Memorial Scholarship Fund

Full-time junior, senior, or graduate plant science major who maintains a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA with a 3.5 in major. Preference to students from the top 26 counties of the TX Panhandle.


P.E.O. Scholarship

First preference will be given to a full-time graduate student who maintains a minimum 3.25 GPA. Second preference will be given to a full-time undergraduate student who maintains a minimum 3.25 GPA.


PACE-MENTOR Panhandle Alternative Certification for Educators Scholarship Addendum

Students in extenuating circumstances, need and leadership will be considered.


Palo Duro Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship Fund

Full-time (12 semester hours) senior nursing students; GPA and financial need will be considered; preference will be given to students who demonstrate leadership and commitment to the nursing profession.


Pamela Pool Stevens Endowed Scholarship for Women's Athletics

Full-time (12 semester hours) senior nursing students; GPA and financial need will be considered; preference will be given to students who demonstrate leadership and commitment to the nursing profession.


Panhandle City Manager's Association Scholarship

Full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate students with preference to political science majors; although, students pursuing other majors who are interested in employment as a city manager will be considered.


Panhandle Council of Administrators of Special Education Scholarship

Recipient must be a graduate student who resides in the Region 16 area seeking a degree in the educational diagnostician program.


Panhandle Geological Society Endowment Scholarship Fund

Recipient will be pursuing a major in environmental sciences focused in geology, and planning a career in environmental sciences or geology.


Panhandle Grain and Feed Scholarship

Recipient must be an agriculture sciences major and be in good academic standing.


Panhandle Human Resources Association Scholarship

Business management major taking a minimum of 12 hours per semester with a minimum "B" equivalent GPA; based on need.


Panhandle Livestock Association Ben & Nancy McIntyre Scholarships

Junior, senior or graduate student majoring in agriculture;­recipient is expected to attend PLA meetings.


Panhandle Livestock Association Frederic C. Schmidt Scholarship

Worthy and deserving junior-graduate students majoring in agriculture; recipient is expected to attend PLA meeting.


Panhandle Oilmen's Foundation Scholarship

Recipient must have completed at least 60 hours and be in good standing. Must have GPA of 2.5. Preference for following criteria: Students pursuing career in Energy Industry, students from Top 26 counties of Texas, transfer students.


Panhandle Plains Local Section of the American Chemical Society Scholarship

Recipient will be a full-time chemistry major, maintain a minimum 3.25 GPA, and be a member of the ACS at the time of scholarship application.


Panhandle Regional Speech & Hearing Association Scholarship

Recipient must be a­ worthy and deserving junior, senior or graduate speech pathology major with preference to returning students, renewable.


Panhandle Sub-Chapter of Texas Paralyzed Veterans Scholarship

Full-time junior or senior nursing major with preference to a veteran or the son/daughter of a veteran; renewable.


Panhandle-Plains Land Bank Scholarship

Recipient must be an agricultural sciences major and graduate from a high school in one of the four territories of the Land Bank. Territories include Pampa (Gray, Roberts, Hutchinson, Hemphill counties), Amarillo (Potter, Randall, Oldham, Carson, Armstrong counties), Perryton (Hansford, Ochiltree, Lipscomb counties) and Plainview (Hale, Briscoe, Floyd, Motley, Hall counties). Preference will be given to seniors, then juniors, then sophomores.


Parman E. Reynolds Business Scholarship

Recipient must be an economics or finance major with preference to a returning student and/or single parent.


Part-Time Student Scholarship

Part-time students (7 hours or less); working toward a degree; preference to students who do not qualify for any other scholarships


PASO Scholarship

Student involved in Enactus and/or Media Minds with preference to students with the greatest financial need.


Pat Sullivan Scholarship

English or English education majors.


Patricia O’Neill Ware Scholarship

Recipient must be a female English major, and preference will be given to a returning student who is a single parent.


Patrick J. Acker Memorial Scholarship

Junior or senior working toward a degree in the area of alternative energy.


Paul & Amy Romine Scholarship for Entering Freshmen

Top 25% of HS class, first-generation


Paul & Bess Castleberry Memorial Scholarship

Most dedicated and hardest-working student football equipment manager at WTAMU, completion of one semester at WTAMU.


Paul and Pan Eimon Scholarship Fund

Recipient will be a full-time student pursuing a major in musical theatre, and maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA.


Paula Britt Fine Arts Scholarship

Recipient will be a worthy undergraduate student from the Texas Panhandle (northernmost­26 counties); must have completed their freshman year; financial need considered; preference given to a student with a music related major.


Paula Jane Hill Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a sophomore, junior or senior music majors; 2.0 or better GPA.


Paula Petris Memorial Instrumental Music Education Scholarship

Recipient will be a full-time Music Education major with a concentration in instrumental music, and will maintain a 2.5 overall GPA and 3.0 GPA in music.


Pauline Brigham Memorial Scholarship

Music major with preference to a pianist.


Paulus F. Schroeter Leadership Scholarship

85 grade average, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered


Peace, Love & Rock n'Roll Scholarship

Recipient must be an undergraduate or graduate student and must have a true appreciation for US history since 1945; all majors will be considered.


Peggy & Bill Cotton Scholarship

Graduates of Vega High School who are in the top third of their class and who wish to pursue a career in education. In 2000, it was expanded to include students graduating from any high school in Oldham County and also include counseling students and those involved in the PACE program. The student must be enrolled full time (12 hours per semester) unless a counseling or PACE program student and must maintain a 2.5 GPA.


Pepsi Beverages Co., Amarillo, TX Scholarship

Enrolled at WTAMU with a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Peter L. Petersen History Scholarship

Full-time (12 hours per semester) students majoring in history.


Phi Alpha Nu Society Scholarship

Recipient must be a member of Phi Alpha Nu Honor Society, preference will be given to current members with the highest GPA and participation in the Sociology/Social Work Club.


Phi Alpha Theta History Scholarship

History majors who are members of Phi Alpha Theta in good standing.­


Phi Delta Theta Leadership Scholarship

Recipient must be a member of the Texas Theta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity or the child of a member of the Texas Theta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity.­ Preference may be given based on GPA and hours enrolled.


Philip J. Gensler Scholarship Fund for Students Majoring in CIS

Recipients must have declared a major in the CIS department or be an incoming freshmen with the written intention of majoring within the CIS department.­ Non-incoming freshman recipients must have completed at least 12 semester hours of coursework during the previous semester. Must be enrolled in at least 12 hours per semester.


Phillip and Anna Mae Andrews Scholarship

Recipient must demonstrate financial need with preference­ to College of Business majors.


Phillip and Patsy Wright Athletics Scholarship

Recipient must be an active member of the WTAMU Volleyball team, enrolled full-time, and demonstrate leadership and hard-work ethic on and off the court.­ Additionally, the student-athlete must be a motivator to their fellow teammates and display a positive attitude of perseverance that drives not only a successful season but a successful academic career as well.­ The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.


Pistol Pete Memorial Scholarship

Recipient will be a full-time undergraduate student who is a member of the football team. Recipient will maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA.


Potter-Randall County Medical Alliance Nursing Scholarship

Full-time students majoring in nursing or allied health field with plans to seek employment in the Texas Panhandle; recipients must never have been on disciplinary probation and who show reasonable progress toward a degree; must demonstrate financial need.


President’s Community Service Award Recipient's Scholarship

Enrolled a minimum of 6 hours for undergraduate and minimum 3 hours for graduate; 2.5 GPA; community services as demonstrated on the scholarship application will be primary selection criterion.


President's Earn & Learn Scholarship

Be involved in internship or research opportunities, preferably in the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. Preference to those who have financial barriers.


President's Honor Scholarship in Education

Education major; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Psychology Club Scholarship

Full-time undergraduate or graduate psychology majors. ­­Preference to members of the Psychology Club or a student who is actively engaged in the program beyond coursework.


R.C. and Agnes Johnson Scholarship Fund

Recipients must be of good character and ability, demonstrate a true desire to obtain an education beyond the high school level, be in the top quarter of their high school graduating class, and maintain a cumulative 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to students from Dallam and Hartley Counties.


Rachel Quest Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be an active, eligible member of the WTAMU Equestrian Team or WTAMU Horse Judging Team and must be a second semester or higher member of the WTAMU Equestrian Team or WTAMU Horse Judging Team.­ Preference shall be given to an Equestrian Team member.


Raffkind Diversity Scholarship

Full-time students majoring in a degree program within the College of Education and Social Sciences.


Rala Byrnes Underwood President’s Honor Scholarship

Preference to students interested in teaching; must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Ralph & Elsie De Rubbo Scholarship

Business, ranch management or music major; must be enrolled in 15 hours per semester and maintain a 3.0 GPA


Ralph Harbin Memorial Scholarship Endowment

Junior or senior agricultural major; academic excellence, campus leadership and extracurricular activities, and financial need will be considered.


Randy and Anita Ray DIG IN Scholarship

Sophomore, junior, or senior digital media and communication major enrolled at WT at least one semester and has been involved with at least two organizations. First preference to a student currently involved in at least two organization in the Department of Communication and at least one outside of the department. Second preference to a student currently involved in at least two organizations within the Department of Communication.


Randy L. Wendt Foundation Scholarship

Immediate family member or dependent of a murder victim; undergrdaute or graduate full-time students or PACE student demonstrating financial need on FAFSA. Also, student must be a resident of the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. In additional to the scholarship application, the student must complete an application at www.randylwendtfoundation.org when applying for the first time.


Ray and Beverly Grimes Scholarship

First preference is for a student-athlete with a minimum GPA mandated by the NCAA Division II standards who demonstrates financial need according to the FAFSA. Second preference is for a student-athlete with a minimum GPA mandated by the NCAA Division II standards who is a member of the WT FCA.


Ray Cliver-Lady Buff Basketball Scholarship Fund

Lady Buff basketball players; must meet NCAA requirements.


Ray Koehler Memorial President's Honor Scholarship

Active member of the Texas Panhandle Catholic Community; must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Raymond W. & Enid Bates / Golden Spread Coin Club, Inc.

Education majors planning a teaching career with preference given to Kappa Delta Pi members or those who are eligible for membership.­ Recipient must be a junior, senior or graduate student with preference given to undergraduates.­ Student must have attended WTAMU at least two semesters.


Raymond W. & Enid Bates Scholarship

Junior, senior or graduate students (preference to undergraduates) education majors planning a career in teaching.­ Student must have attended WTAMU at least two semesters.


Realtor’s Scholarship

Junior, senior or graduate business administration majors who have demonstrated an interest in a profession related to real estate; renewable.


Reba Rhea Killian Jones Scholarship

Female student, full-time (12 hours per semester), 3.0 GPA; demonstrated financial need, no specific field of study but student must be seriously pursuing a degree.


Reed & Amy Redus English Scholarship

Sophomore, junior, or senior English major with preference to English majors active in the Baptist Student Ministries and involved in the BSM student leadership program.


Regents' Grant (WT Opportunity Grant)

Recipients will be resident undergrad, first-time degree seeking students with an emphasis in helping these students through an unforeseen hardship. Must be in good academic standing.and have completed the FAFSA.


Regents' Scholarship (WT Hope Scholarship)

Texas resident undergraduate student. First time freshman or transfer. Low-income, first generation, or from an under-represented geographic area.


Residence Hall Scholarship

Enrolled full-time and living in the residence hall; good academic standing; demonstrate ability, leadership, or need


Retired Professors Scholarship for History & Geography

Student must be majoring in history or geography.


Retired Professors Scholarship for Political Science & Criminal Justice

Students majoring in political science or criminal justice.


Richard & Donna Moseley English Academic Scholarship

Recipient will be a full-time English major with a strong academic record.


Richard & Noreen Bales Music Scholarship

Full-time (12 hours per semester) students majoring in instrumental, keyboard or vocal music.


Richard Anderson Bowling Scholarship

Current member of the University Bowling Team who has completed at least 30 hours and is in good academic standing with the University. Preference will be given to male students who are originally from outside the state of Texas.


Rita Benford Sampson Memorial Scholarship

Recipient will be a full-time student from Potter or Randall counties majoring in criminal justice, maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA, and demonstrate evidence of current or previous community service.


RN-BSN Scholarship

Recipient will be admitted to and enrolled in the RN-BSN program.


Roberne Wilson Foran President's Honor Scholarship in Music

Student majoring in music or musical theater


Robert A. Lauffer Memorial Men's Soccer Scholarship

Student must be a member of the WTAMU men's soccer team and must meet­ NCAA eligibility requirements.


Robert Austin Hatcher Scholarship

Needy and deserving students majoring in business.


Robert C. & Ada Busteed Scholarship

Must have and maintain a 3.0 GPA.


Robert D. Hollingsworth Scholarship in Engineering Technology

Recipient must be a graduate student in engineering technology enrolled in at least 12 hours of graduate engineering technology courses.


Robert Devin Scholarship

Students that have been a Randall County 4-H member.­ He/she must major in one of the areas in the Division of Agriculture.


Robert E. Barieau Research Scholarship

Full-time students majoring in mathematics, chemistry or physics with preference to students engaged in research projects with the Department of Math, Chemistry and Physics and/or the Alternative Energy Institute.


Robert J. Krause Honorary Scholarship

Recipient must be a music major whose primary instrument is the oboe.


Robert S. Glazer Memorial Scholarship in Business

Recipient must be enrolled in the College of Business studying marketing, management or general business; junior or senior standing; and be a full-time student (at least 9 hours per semester).


Rogers Rindler Lead WT Scholarship

Recipient will be a first year Rogers LEAD WT Scholar. Preference based on financial need.


Ron Samuels / IHS Energy Scholarship

Recipient must be a freshman geology major.


Ronald & Anne Thomason Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate student majoring in one of the disciplines offered by the Department of Agricultural Sciences.­ Preference shall be given to students that demonstrate leadership ability; renewable.


Rose T. Hall Math Education Scholarship

Outstanding junior or senior full-time (12 hours per semester) math education majors will be considered.


Rosemartha & James W. Cates Scholarship

Recipient must be a business major with a minimum 3.0 GPA.


Rosemary Patterson President's Honor Scholarship

Spanish Education major; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Roy Bryan Scholarship

Worthy and deserving junior or senior agriculture students.


Royal Brantley Musical Theatre Scholarship

Musical theatre majors who have completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU; renewable.


Royal Brantley Vocal Scholarship

Must be majoring in music education, music business or music therapy voice at WTAMU; must have completed one year of study at WTAMU; and must exhibit musical ability, talent and academic excellence.


Royal R. Brantley Scholarship in Theatre Studies

Recipient must be a full-time theatre, theatre education or musical theatre major and must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA. Student must pass an application, interview and/or audition as required by the Professorship.


Royce E. Wisenbaker President’s Honor Scholarship

Student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


RUDT (Resident Undergraduate Designated Tuition) Scholarship

Must complete FAFSA and have need eligibility, TX resident, must generally have a 3.0 or higher GPA, and must generally enroll in at least 15 hours or complete a minimum of 30 hours for the academic year.


Rural Electric Cooperative Scholarship

Must be a full time student in Engineering Program, College of Business or Department of Agricultural Sciences; preference based upon merit.


Russell Long President's Honor Scholarship

Student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Rusty Tinnin / Bell Ranch Working Cowboy Scholarship

The recipient must be an agriculture major currently living or working on a working ranch or grew up on a working ranch; based primarily on financial need; renewable.


Ruth & George Eason Scholarship in Music

Incoming and continuing music students based on musical talent, academic qualifications, financial need, and potential for success. Any full-time (15 hours per semester) music major will be eligible with preference given to double reeds, keyboard, strings, and music therapy. Recipient must meet all recital attendance and ensemble requirements and must provide leadership and service to the University, music department, and the community. Recipient will be selected based on a competitive audition as outlined by faculty; renewable.


Ruth B. Williams Scholarship

All College of Business majors, although priority is given to students most closely meeting the following criteria:­ single parent pursuing higher education in business; demonstrated financial need; working a part-time or full-time job while pursuing business degree; demonstrated character via commitment to public service and volunteerism; and sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student status.


Ruth Cox Merchant Scholarship

Must have declared education as their major. Active involvement in the Church of Christ denomination and provide a letter of recommendation from church leadership


Ruth Cross Scholarship Fund

Deserving students pursuing a degree in teaching. Financial need will be the primary qualification with a preference given to a student committed to a career in teaching. The recipient must live in the residence hall, have a minimum of 30 hours credit at WTAMU, and enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester).


Ruth Lowes Scholarship

Junior, senior or graduate education majors planning a teaching career.­ The student must have completed two semesters at WTAMU.­


Ryan Palmer Foundation Golf Scholarship

Supports the women's and men's golf scholarship programs.


Ryan Strong Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be enrolled full-time (12 semester hours) and have completed a minimum of 45 hours,­two semesters at WTAMU.­ Additionally,­recipient must be majoring in athletic training or majoring in SES with plans to coach and teach.­ Preference will be given to students­ showing evidence of co-curricular, extracurricular or service activities that support the academic preparation; evidence of leadership in these activities; evidence of leadership­ in classroom/academic setting; and evidence of personal­ characteristics that embody the memory of Ryan Strong.­


S.B. Whittenburg Journalism Scholarship Endowment Fund

Junior, senior or graduate journalism majors; must have completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU; cumulative 3.0 GPA; an essay on free enterprise is required.


S.L. & Mildred Garrison President's Honor Scholarship

Agriculture (preferably agriculture education) major; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


S.L. & Mildred Garrison Scholarship

Recipient must be a graduate Plant, Soil, and Environmental Sciences or Animal Sciences major and must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to a student interested in dryland agriculture or feedlot management.


S.L. (Roy) Lockhart Boys Ranch Scholarship Fund

Graduates of Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch who attend WTAMU. Scholastic standing and ability of applicant and desire to further his/her education will be considered.


Saint Anthony’s Auxiliary Scholarship in Nursing & Allied Health

Nursing and allied health majors accepted in the nursing or allied health program, be at least a sophomore student enrolled in a minimum of six semester hours.­ Grades and financial need will be considered.­ Priority will be given to BSA employees; renewable.


Salem & Ruth Ann Abraham Endowed Dance Scholarship

Recipients must be dance majors enrolled full-time (12 or more semester hours).


Salem & Ruth Ann Abraham Endowed Scholarship Fund

Recipient must be a graduate of Canadian High School, enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester), demonstrate financial need, and have a determination to achieve a college degree. Renewable if student maintains a 2.5 GPA.


Sally and John Carmen Endowed Scholarship in Nursing

Recipient must be a junior nursing major; renewable.


Sam Attebury Memorial Ag Scholarship

Recipient must be an agriculture major.


Sam Wallas & Helen Cowan Huggins Provost’s Leadership Scholarship

Recipient must maintain a cumulative 3.4 GPA and be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours per semester; provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.


Sarah Raffkind Scholarship Fund

Recipients must be psychology majors and maintain a 3.0 GPA and 3.5 GPA in Psychology courses.


Saundra Meek Scholarship

Scholarships are given to full-time junior, senior or graduate students.­ Recipients must have attended WTAMU the previous Fall semester, be active in campus student organizations and possess the pride and dedication to WTAMU as exemplified by Meek. Along with the application, student must submit an essay on “Why did you choose to be involved in non-academic activities during your collegiate career?” and send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu.­­


Scherr Family Volleyball Scholarship

Recipient must be a member of the WTAMU Women's Volleyball Team; be enrolled full-time (15 semester hours); renewable.


Scholarship for Enterprising Students

Full-time (12 hours per semester) students majoring in information and decision management, management, marketing or general business.­ The recipient must be a U.S. citizen with preference given to Panhandle area students who demonstrate a visible interested and involvement in entrepreneurial activities.­­


Scholarship for Single Parent

Single parents; must be a full-time student (12 semester hours); financial need will be considered.


Scholarship Services General Scholarship

Must have a 2.5 or higher GPA. Need will be considered but not required.


School of Nursing Scholarship Fund (General)

Nursing majors planning a career in any area of nursing.­ Recipient must have completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU.


Scott Doores Scholarship Fund

Recipient must be a female or male student-athlete from (1) Perryton/Farnsworth or (2) Texas Panhandle participating in one of the following sports: football, basketball, track, baseball and/or softball.


Sergeant First Class Tommy I. Folks, Jr. Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be an education or sports and exercise science major (preference for an education major) and then determined by the following criteria:­ a member of good standing in the Texas Army National Guard, or a dependent of a current or retired Texas Army National Guardsman; or, if neither previous criteria can be met, the scholarship can be opened to any student entering into education or sports and exercise science major, enrolled in either courses each semester.


Sewell/Stradley Business Scholarship

Enrolled in the College of Business and completed at least 30 semester credit hours.


SFC O.R. & 1SG Shirley C. Nichols History Scholarship

Full-time student in the Department of History and Geography with a preference to graduate students in the Department of History.­ Also, preference will be given based on need; renewable.


Sharon Brown Leadership Scholarship

Students pursuing careers in banking, finance or accounting with preference given to high school graduates from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle; class rank and ACT/SAT scores will be considered.­ Recipients must be full-time (12 hours per semester) business majors and demonstrate leadership; renewable.­


Sharyland Utilities Engineering Scholarship

Full-time student majoring in Engineering or Pre-Engineering with a 3.5 GPA or high school equivalent. Recipient will be a graduate from a high school in one of the following counties: Armstrong, Briscoe, Carson, Castro, Deaf Smith, Dickens, Floyd, Motley, Oldham, Potter, Randall, or Swisher.


Shawn David Schaeffer Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship

Recipient must be enrolled a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; exhibit leadership and service to the University and community, and be a Dimmitt High School graduate; renewable.


Shawn Freytag Memorial Scholarship Fund

Junior or Senior pre-physical therapy major.


Sheffy-Anderson Scholarship Fund

Junior, senior or graduate student majoring in history; minimum 3.0 GPA.


Shelley St. Clair Memorial Scholarship

Full-time undergraduate student majoring in music therapy.


Showcase Dinner Fund

WTAMU students pursuing a degree in music.


Showcase Fund Scholarship

Full-time music majors who are outstanding performers; need and leadership will be considered.


Showcase in a Suitcase Scholarship

Preference will be given to students majoring in a discipline within the COFAH or a non-major who auditions and is selected to partipate in any of the many performance opportunities within the college. Recipients must maintain a minimum 2.8 GPA and must present an application or idea with clear relevance to the goal of outreach in the top 26 counties.


Sibyl Mitchell Scholarship

Hard working student in a social science field; recipient must have demonstrated financial need.


Smallwood Leadership Scholarship

Preference given to agriculture students demonstrating leadership through service; must maintain a minimum 2.5 GPA.


Smith-Sheffy Fund

Worthy and deserving junior, senior and graduate students majoring in history.


Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Scholarship

Engineering Technology major who is a member of SME.


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Southwest Meat Association Meat Science Scholarship

Sophomore, junior, or senior pursuing a bachelor's degree in animal science; preference given to students that show an interest in the pursuit of a career in the meat and food sciences.


Southwest Meat Association Meat Science Scholarship (University)

Sophomore, junior, or senior pursuing a bachelor's degree in animal science; preference given to students that show an interest in the pursuit of a career in the meat and food sciences.


Southwestern Public Service Leadership Fund Scholarship

Class rank and ACT/SAT scores will be considered, demonstration of leadership required, enrolled 12 hours per semester, preference to high school graduates from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle; renewable.


Spicer Gripp Memorial Scholarship

Agricultural major; must be active in campus extracurricular activities.


Spicer Gripp Rodeo Scholarship

Students demonstrating performance and leadership in rodeo activities; must remain eligible by NIRA standards.


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Staff & Faculty Endowed Scholarship 50

Must be a budgeted WT employee and taking more than three hours. Faculty and staff are considered based on GPA of 3.0 for undergraduate, and 3.5 for graduate students following a degree plan. Preference based on leadership, as well as campus/community involvement. Must submit application for fall semester by July 31st. Must submit application for spring semester by November 30th. Awards are $500/semester based on availability of funds. Must re-apply for tuition assistance every semester.


Stanley Schaeffer President’s Honor Scholarship

Preference will be given to students studying in the field of accounting or finance; student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Starcher - Nelson Renewable Energy Scholarship

Undergraduate or graduate student from the renewable energy degree program upon its creation. Until that time, recipients will be selected from engineering (any discipline), engineering technology, physics or math.


Steve W. Steffey Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours per semester and major ­in any degree program in the Department of Agricultural Sciences; renewable.


String Scholarships

String students; must audition


Student Alumni Board General Scholarship Endowment

Must have completed 60 hours of college credit; currently enrolled at WTAMU and completed one semester; show campus involvement and spirit; preference given to a child of a WTAMU graduate, child of a member of the WTAMU Alumni Board of Directors, and/or a member of the Student Alumni Board.­ Special consideration given to a student who has lost a parent due to death.­­


Student Book Assistance Fund

Good academic ability. Be recommended by a professor or a member of the WTAMU staff


Student Government Scholarship for Associate Justices

Members of student government, must be appointed to the Student Judicial Board by the student body president.


Student Government Scholarship-Internship

Recipient must have attended WTAMU one semester, must enroll­ full-time (12 hours undergraduate; 6 hours graduate), and must include on the scholarship application a list of other scholarships received for the year. Additionally, the student ­must submit a one page essay describing internship in which they are applying for along with ­one recommendation letter from faculty adviser sponsoring the internship. ­­Send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu.­­


Student Government Scholarship-Leadership

Recipient must have attended WTAMU one semester, must enroll­ full-time (12 hours undergraduate; 6 hours graduate), and must include on the scholarship application a list of other scholarships received for the year.­ Additionally,­they must list ­involvement and leadership in WTAMU­ organizations and­ activities.


Student Government Scholarship-Scholastic

Recipient must have attended WTAMU one semester, must enroll full-time (12 hours undergraduate; 6 hours graduate), and must include on the scholarship application a list of other scholarships received for the year. Additionally, they must list involvement and leadership in WTAMU ­organizations and activities.­­­


Student Memorial Endowed Scholarship Fund

Recipients must be undergraduate students of at least sophomore standing, enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester), be in good standing with the University, maintain a cumulative 2.5 GPA, and be involved in campus activities.­


Student String Quartet Fund

Recipient must be accepted to WTAMU, major in music, and audition for the music department.


Students Assisting 'N' Good Endeavors Community Service Scholarship

Recipient must be an entering freshman in the fall.­ Additionally, they must be involved in their community, have leadership qualities and participate in extracurricular activities.­ Along with the application, students must submit one letter of recommendation and a one-page typed essay describing community service activities that they have participated in and how the activities have impacted their life.­ Send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu.


Susan Babcock Harp Leadership Scholarship & Ring Award (Harp Scholarship)

Recognizes a current female student who has completed her sophomore year at WTAMU and embodies the qualities displayed by Harp, which include active membership and leadership roles in student organizations and activities, display of a strong commitment to WTAMU, and high character traits, including Christianity, loyalty, fairness in all dealings, dedication to duty and love of fellow humans.


Susan Babcock Harp Memorial Agriculture Scholarship

Full-time agriculture majors with preference to female students majoring in agriculture business and economics or agribusiness.­ Also, preference given based on leadership and campus involvement.


Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts & Humanities Scholarship Fund

#N/A


Sydney Wallace Memorial Nursing Scholarship

Full-time junior or senior nursing major with preference to those demonstrating financial need. Also, preference to nursing students pursuing a career in emergency care; renewable.


T. Boone Pickens Scholarship for Academic Excellence

Freshmen who are ranked in the top 25% of their hs graduating class and scored above avg on the ACT/SAT test; continuing and transfer students who have demonstrated academic achievement, financial need or involvement in extracurricular activies; must have at least a 3.3 GPA with preference to majors in the COB.


T. H. Holloway Nursing Scholarship

Annual scholarship to a student in the Department of Nursing on a non-renewable basis.­ This scholarship is directed to the student with most financial need.


T. L. Roach, Jr. Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship

Student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


Talon / LPE Scholarship

Full time. Have a minimum "B" GPA. Preference given to employees and children/grandchildren of employees of Talon/LPE regardless of major


Tammy Jackson Agriculture Leadership Scholarship

Full-time student in the department of agriculture sciences with preference to students who demonstrate above average leadership skills.


Tascosa Lions Club Scholarship

Must be a first-generation college student, have graduated in the top 25%, have 3.0 GPA, preference given based upon need


Tau Beta Sigma Scholarship

Freshman student with outstanding music ability and contributions to the WTAMU band.


Teaming Engineering & Math Students




Terry Family Leadership Scholarship

Junior or senior full-time accounting, economics or finance major who maintains a minimum 3.0 GPA. Also, recipient must display excellent leadership qualities aligned with the COB core values.


Terry Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarships and assistance to deserving economics, finance and MBA students.


Terry W. Harris Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a junior or senior majoring in accounting, economics, or finance field and in good standing.


Test Scholarship

For internal use


Texas Association of Future Educators (T.A.F.E.) Student Scholarship

Student must be an incoming freshman enrolled full-time ­and pursuing any education certification degree.­ Also, student must currently be or previously have been a member of the Region 16 T.A.F.E. organization.


Texas Panhandle / Amarillo History Scholarship

Talented and needy student interested in studying and writing about Amarillo or Panhandle history.


Texas Panhandle Builders Association Scholarship

Minimum 2.5 GPA


Texas Paralyzed Veterans Association Scholarship-Panhandle Subchapter

Provides scholarships to junior or senior nursing majors; preference given to son or daughter of veteran.


Texas Pioneer Foundation Scholarship

Recipient must be a LEAD scholar and demonstrate financial need.


Texas Pork Producers Association Scholarship

Recipient will be full-time students who maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA. Preference will be given to animal science majors who display an interest in the swine industry.


The Atmos Energy Bilingual Diagnostician Scholarship

Recipient must be pursuing a Masters in Special Education and passed the Bilingual Target Language Proficiency Test (BTLPT). Student must maintain a 3.0 GPA.


The Don and Freddie Hodges Business Scholarship

College of Business majors


The Jerry Studebaker Business Scholarship

TBD


The Joyce Marsh Early Childhood Education Scholarship

Recipient must be pursuing a degree in Early Childhood Education.


The Rodney Clawson Scholarship

Recipient must be a graduate from Gruver High School. The student must be enrolled full-time and maintain a 3.0 GPA; renewable.


The Ronald & Sandra Watts Scholarship

All College of Business majors.


The Texas Panhandle Broadcasters Association Scholarship Fund

Electronic media major with interest in broadcasting.


Thelma & B. Raymond Evans Presidential Scholarship

Participant in the Equine Industry Program as an equine industry and business major, equestrian and/or judging team member; preference will be given to a student that is an equestrian and/or judging team member in addition to being an equine industry and business major.


Todd Family Memorial Scholarship

Recipients will be students from Amarillo who commute to campus and have financial need.


Tom Cannon Student Service Award

Junior, senior or graduate psychology majors.


Tom Kritser Scholarship

Junior, senior or graduate students with at least two regular semesters at WTAMU who are planning a career in wildlife management.


Tommy and June Grant Scholarship

Full-time (12 hours per semester) student in the Department of Agricultural Sciences with preference based­ on need, participation in­4-H and/or FFA, and children of employees of Grant Construction; renewable.­


Toot'n Totum Endowed Scholarship

Entering freshman or transfer student or full-time student in good standing. Preference given to dependents of employees of Toot'n Totum and students from the following communities: Amarillo, Borger, Dalhart, Dumas, Pampa, Perryton, and Stratford. Student must submit a biographical essay including goals and interests.


Travis McBride Political Science Scholarship Fund

Recipient must be enrolled at WTAMU; other eligibility will be determined by the department's scholarship committee.


Treasure Brasher Endowed Scholarship in the Physical Sciences

Recipient must be pursuing a major within the­ Mathematics, Chemistry and­ Physics Department with­ preference to students majoring in Physics or Chemistry and those actively participating in the Association of Math and Physical Science.­


Troy & Betty Mays Leadership Scholarship

85 grade average, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered


Troy F. Martin Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be a junior or senior history or geography major.­ In the event a qualified applicant with a major of history or geography is not available, the scholarship may be awarded to an English major.­ Scholarship is renewable for one additional year as long as the criteria is met.


Tuition Assistance Fund Scholarship

Full time; budgeted employee; complete online tuition assistance form and also, sch. application; following the degree plan; good academic standing


Tuition Scholarship

Must have SSN, minimum 3.3 GPA, all classifications incuding incoming freshmen that meet University award levels.


USF-Washington DC Intern

Washington DC Intern


USITT (United States Insitute for Theatre Technology) Scholarship

Recipient must be an active theatre major and must be a theatre design or technical theatre student and must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester hours.­ Recipient must complete the USITT scholarship application available through the department.­


Vernon H. Harman Endowed Scholarship in Agriculture

Recipients must be agriculture majors with preference to students who display leadership and have a desire to impact the agricultural industry.


Vincent M. Eggers Scholarship

Recipient must be a junior or senior; economics majors are first choice, finance majors are second choice and accounting majors are third choice; preference will be given based on need.


Virginia "Jinx" Engler Scholarship

Full-time students majoring in business.


Virginia Breiner Scholarship Fund

Nursing majors with average GPA.


Virginia Maples / WT Women Scholarship

Recipient must be a child/grandchild of any faculty or staff member of WTAMU; strong academic standing: for freshmen, rank in class and ACT/SAT scores will be the primary determinant and transferring and returning students must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher; preference given based on demonstrated leadership and campus and/or community involvement; other scholarship awards may be taken into consideration for final selection.


W. Byron Lawrence Finance & Economics Scholarship Fund

Junior or senior students pursuing a career in banking, finance or economics who has completed a minimum of 65 hours; character, leadership potential and family circumstances will be considered; renewable.­


W. Joseph Findley Scholarship Fund

Recipients must be junior, senior or graduate psychology majors who are planning a career in psychology and completed two semesters at WTAMU.­


W. K. & Minnie K. Savage President's Honor Scholarship

Student must provide leadership and service to the University and community


W. Mitch Jones Residential Living Scholarship

Recipients must live in a residence hall, be at least a sophomore in good standing, have residential living involvement, and be a full-time student.


W. Mitchell Jones Scholarship Fund

Recipient must be a junior, senior or graduate psychology major who is planning a career in psychology and completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU.­


W. N. Barrick Leadership Scholarship

85 grade average, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered


W. Rob & Judy D. Williams Endowed Scholarship Fund

Student must be a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate pursuing any education certification degree; renewable.


Walter & Mary Wendler Endowed Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time student from one of the 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. Preference will be given based on financial need.


Walter L. Shelly Political Science Scholarship

Students from the Texas or Oklahoma Panhandle majoring in political science and who have the talent and commitment to succeed in undergraduate political science with special interest in Texas government or political theory.­ Student must be enrolled in 15 hours per semester, 3.5 GPA, 40 hours per semester in volunteer activities with accredited non-profit organization focusing on children’s issues, and pursue career in government, law or teaching government.­ Student must have good character, leadership, enthusiastic about major and financial need.


Wanda Claborn Lockridge Memorial Scholarship

Recipient must be an education major.


Warren Warner Memorial Scholarship Fund

Recipient must be a junior or senior in the College of Business pursuing studies leading to a career in international trade. Also, recipient must be a resident of a county served by the West Texas District Export Council. Students must present or submit a report to West Texas DEC.


Wayne & JoAnn Moore Permian Basin Endowment Scholarship

Established by the Wayne and JoAnn Moore Charitable Foundation in memory of Wayne and JoAnne Moore to provide scholarship assistance to students from Permian Basin counties. Preference is given to students who transfer to WTAMU from Midland College.


Wayne & Linda Woodward Softball Scholarship

Full-time sophomore, junior or senior returning member of the WT softball team in good academic standing with preference to those with financial need.


Wayne & Patsy Fox Scholarship

Business major taking a minimum of 12 hours per semester with a minimum 3.0 GPA; based on need.


Welch Fellowship Award




Wellington Alumni Chapter Skyrockets In Flight Scholarship

Full-time undergraduate student show is a graduate of Wellington High School. Student must submit a 250 word or less essay as to why WTAMU is their University of choice and what they hope to accomplish while attending WT after graduation. Additionally, student must maintain a 2.5 GPA.


Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Scholarship

Freshmen must have a 22 or higher ACT scores; continuing students must maintain a 3.0 cumulative GPA and enrolled in 12 hours per semester


Wesley Cox Memorial Scholarship

Active members of their home congregation and provide a recommendation letter from their home eldership


West Texas A&M University Foundation Leadership Scholarship

85 grade average or 3.0 GPA, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered


West Texas Institutional Scholarship (WTI)

Academic, consideration to need and leadership


Wilbur & Nellie Killebrew Provost Leadership Scholarship

Students must be from the Texas Panhandle. Preference will be given to students from Canadian, Hemphill County or Roberts County, and must have a 3.0 GPA.


William A. & Margaret Moore Scholarship

Recipient must be a theatre or musical theatre major enrolled a minimum of 12 semester hours; preference will be given to students who have completed a minimum of 24 semester hours; renewable.


William A. & Margaret Moore Theatre Scholarship

Recipient must be a theatre or musical theatre major enrolled a minimum of 12 semester hours; preference will be given to students who have completed a minimum of 24 semester hours; renewable.


William and Mary Phipps Bandy Scholarship

Recipient must be a full-time student with preference to education and agricultural sciences majors. Also, preference to those who graduated from Friona High School and Panhandle High School.


William E. & Mogie Cain Routh President’s Honor Scholarship

English and foreign language major; preferably a student from the Texas Panhandle; must provide leadership and service to the University and community


William F. McWhirter Scholarship Fund

Junior or senior accounting major, top 20 percent of class according to GPA, and graduate of a high school in the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.


Willis E. Harrison, D.D.S. Scholarship

Full-time (12 hours per semester) junior or senior pre-dental majors; minimum 3.2 GPA; financial need will be the primary consideration.


Winifred Gass Memorial Scholarship Fund

Nursing majors who have completed at least 30 semester hours.


Woltz Family President's Honor Scholarship

Recipient will provide leadership and service to the University and community. Must be a full-time, non-music major. Preference will be given to participants of the band program, and preference will be given to eligible education majors


WT Cares (Grad School)

Recruitment funds due to COVID-19 for graduate students.


WT Cares: MSI Support

Recruitment funds due to COVID-19.


WT Cares: MSI Support II

Recruitment funds for graduate students due to COVID-19.

Scholarship is awarded on the condition that you are enrolled as a graduate student in a WTAMU graduate program with a minimum of six (6) graduate credit hours per semester and a 3.0 graduate GPA. Your account will be credited toward your tuition and fees when you register for classes.



WT Homecoming Committee Scholarship

Preference shall be given based on campus involvement


WT Women Scholarship

Recipient must be a child/grandchild of any faculty or staff member of WTAMU; strong academic standing: for freshmen, rank in class and ACT/SAT scores will be the primary determinant and transferring and returning students must have a cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher; preference given based on demonstrated leadership and campus and/or community involvement; other scholarship awards may be taken into consideration for final selection.


WT125 Scholarship Endowment

Recipient will be a student from the top 26 counties of Texas Panhandle, and have a desire to focus study and career on aspirations and needs of citizens the University serves. Recipient will also possess self-reliance, courage, resourcefulness, and a desire to be part of something larger than themselves.


WTAMU Academic Scholarship

Recipient will generally have a 3.0 or higher GPA. Preference will be given to transfer students.


WTAMU Accounting Club Scholarship

Must be a sophomore and above accounting major and member of WTAMU Accounting Club; academic record; university and community activities; and financial need will be considered.


WTAMU Department of Agricultural Sciences Travel-Based Study Scholarship

Recipient will be an undergraduate or graduate student in good standing, a Dept. of Ag major or grad student involved in agricultural research or teaching, and be accepted by faculty leaders/advisors for travel in Dept. of Ag Sciences study abroad or other travel-based study programs.


WTAMU Economics Club Scholarship

Economics major who are members of the WTAMU­ Economics Club; need and leadership will be considered.


WTAMU Endowment for Excellence Scholarship

Deserving WTAMU students


WTAMU External Scholarship Fund

Selection of recipients is made by external entities. However, the student must be a currently enrolled WTAMU student.


WTAMU Fore County Golf Scramble Scholarship

Recipients must be graduates of a high school in Deaf Smith, Parmer, Oldham or Castro counties. Preference will be given to at least one recipient from each county per year who is a sophomore, junior, or senior student in the Department of Agricultural Sciences with need.


WTAMU General Scholarship Account

#N/A


WTAMU Intern of the Year Scholarship

Winner of the WTAMU Intern of the Year selected by nominees from a Selection Committee of faculty and staff representing the academic colleges.


WTAMU Nursing Health Fairs for the Homeless Scholarship

Recipients must be nursing students.


WTAMU Presidential Need Based Scholarship

Resident undergraduate, first-degree seeking students; consideration may be given to helping need students; consideration should be given to high school attended and other special circumstances such as first generation.


WTAMU Rodeo Club Program Fund and Scholarship

Recipient will be an active participant on the WTAMU rodeo team.


WTAMU Staff Leadership Scholarship

Spouse, child or grandchild of WTAMU staff (outsourced staff that were former WT employees are eligible); high school diploma, minimum 85 GPA, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered; maintain a 2.5 GPA and enroll 12 hours each semester.


WTAMU Transfer Student Honor Scholarship Fund

Transfer students from a two-year accredited college with a 3.3 or higher GPA based on the WTAMU official calculation of hours; preference given to Phi Theta Kappa members with proof of membership.


Xcel Energy Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Engineering

Recipient must be a undergraduate engineering major.


You Make My Dreams Come True Scholarship

Recipient must be a broadcasting major and member of the student management team for KWTS 91.1.­­


Zeke Castro Memorial Scholarship

Documentation of migrant background


Zelda Morgan Sweet Scholarship

Full-time undergraduate student from Oklahoma. Student must have participated in a high school varsity sport, maintained a "B" average or 3.0 GPA; renewable.


Zeta Tau Alpha Academic Achievement Endowment Fund

Active members of Zeta Tau Alpha enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester).­­ Recipient must achieve a cumulative GPA equal to or above the all University GPA during the preceding spring semester and returning to WTAMU the following fall.