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College of Education Private Donor Funded Scholarships Deadline Feb 1st


If you are a student in good standing in the College of Education and you are planning to attend Texas State University during Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 and would like to apply for scholarships funded by private donors and administered through the College of Education, follow the directions listed below to submit your online scholarship application.  If you are not planning to attend Texas State University during the Fall 2014 and Spring 2015 please do not apply.  It is highly recommended that you read the Frequently Asked Questions prior to starting your application.



Scholarships Health and Human Performance Spring 2014-Fall 2015


Dawn Breihan Memorial Endowed Scholarship for Health and Human Performance

Benefits students majoring in Exercise Sports Science with an all-level teacher certification. Recipients must be a junior or senior, 3.0 GPA, and enrolled in 12 hours of study while attending the university. Recipients must receive at least one recommendation from Exercise and Sports Science faculty. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in volunteerism or service learning in elementary physical education.

Ed & Linda Burkhardt Endowed Scholarship

Assists students majoring in a program in the Department of HHP who are pursuing teacher certification and can document financial need.

Henrietta H. Avent Endowment

Assists students majoring in Physical Education with a preference toward those minoring in Biology or Chemistry. Recipients must demonstrate academic achievement (3.0 GPA) and document financial need. Pays full tuition and fees.

Jessie Helen Haag

Assists students majoring in school health or secondary education interested in teaching school health in Texas secondary schools and who do not have an athletic scholarship or grant.

Darlene Schmidt

Benefits graduate students in the field of Physical Therapy who have earned a B.E.S.S. in the HHP Department, College of Education at Texas State University.

Tague-Vaughn Endowed Scholarship for Recreation

Assists students pursuing a major in Recreation Administration with emphasis in Therapeutic Recreation. Must maintain a 3.0. Awards are based on academic merit, leadership, intellectual promise and financial need

William T. Tilton

Assists full-time students majoring in Physical Education who maintain a minimum 2.75 GPA, have documented financial need, and graduated from a high school within Caldwell, Comal, Guadalupe or Hays counties.


 Applications for Master's Level Graduate College Scholarships submitted online February 1 - March 1, 2013 for scholarships to be awarded by the Graduate College for Fall 2013 and Spring 2014 will be reviewed and rated by the faculty and they will make their recommendations to the Dean of the Graduate College. Recipients will be notified by the Graduate College. 

Students will be prompted to create an account.  Applicants will need to supply a username, password, and email.  This information will  be needed it each for each log in. After login two applications will be available, one application for Masters and a different application for Doctoral students.  Be sure to apply for the correct scholarship.