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Greater Texas Foundation
Warrior Scholars Program

Supporting competitively selected Early College High School graduates in their pursuit of a bachelor’s degree.
The GTF Warrior Scholars Program at A&M-Central Texas is designed  to support a competitively selected group of early college high school graduates in their pursuit of a bachelor’s degree.

About GTF Warrior Scholars Program

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The GTF Warrior Scholars Program at A&M-Central Texas is designed to support a competitively selected group of early college high school graduates in their pursuit of a bachelor’s degree.

Providing opportunities for personal and professional development, the GTFWSP learning community will provide participants with an exceptional undergraduate experience as they prepare for the future.

Through partnerships with the University’s three colleges and various campus offices, the GTFWSP provides:

  • Financial and academic support
  • Social networking and peer mentoring opportunities
  • Guided career exploration
  • Leadership and team building training
  • Community engagement opportunities

Financial Benefits

The office of Student Financial Assistance will work with GTF Warrior Scholars to establish a financial plan to meet the cost of attendance through personalized aid packages based on both merit and need-based funding, with a goal of minimizing debt at the time of graduation.

Additionally, scholars will receive $2000 per year scholarship (up to three years maximum)

Eligibility

Participants in the GTFWSP must meet the following criteria:
  1. Graduate from a TEA designated early college high school
  2. Meet university admission requirements prior to initial fall semester
    1. 30 academic hours
    2. 2.0 GPA on 4.0 scale
  3. Good standing and eligible to return to previously attend institution(s)
  4. Be a Texas Resident or Non-resident with residency tuition waiver
  5. Complete 30 credits per academic year
  6. Maintain a 2.5 institutional and cumulative GPA
  7. Participate in required program activities (see annual calendar)
  8. Complete FAFSA by January 15th priority deadline (Continuing Participants Only)

For questions about eligibility requirements, please contact GTF Warrior Scholars Program at GTFScholars@tamuct.edu or 254-519-5410.

Program Disclosure

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Application Process

A&M-Central Texas is now accepting applications for the 2023-2024 cohort enrolling for Fall 2023:

Submit completed applications to GTFScholars@tamuct.edu or mail to:

Texas A&M University – Central Texas
Attn: GTF Warrior Scholars Program, FH 429
1001 Leadership Place
Killeen, TX 76549

Mailed applications must be postmarked on or before May 1, 2023 to be considered.

About Greater Texas Foundation

Financial and programmatic support provided by Greater Texas Foundation. Established in 1981, Greater Texas Foundation has funded more than $121 million in grants, partnering with 77 colleges and universities throughout the state.

Visit the GTF website at www.greatertexasfoundation.org

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