Which scholarship program you fund is a personal decision with equally personal rewards. Our undergraduate scholarship programs offer special opportunities for donors and students to get to know one another. The relationships that develop can last a lifetime.
Corps of Cadets Scholarships
Corps scholarships help Texas A&M develop well-educated leaders of character who are prepared to provide values-based leadership and service in the public and private sectors of society. Learn more.
Aggie Veteran Scholarships
Aggie Veteran Scholarships are the premier veteran scholarships that exist to assist those students who have demonstrated exceptional leadership and sacrifice. Learn More.
Talent-in-need scholarships support outstanding students of Texas A&M who contribute to the character of our student body. Each of the following scholarship programs selects its scholars from a pool of qualified undergraduates who meet the university’s admissions requirements.
Endowed Opportunity Award (EOA)
EOA scholarships typically support deserving middle-income students who often miss out on need-based funding. Learn more.
Foundation Excellence Award (FEA)
FEA scholarship recipients have not only demonstrated significant academic achievement and leadership but also have overcome economic, social or educational disadvantages. Learn more.
These scholarships support low-income, first-generation college students. Learn more.
College- or Department-based Scholarships
Creating a college- or department-based scholarship or gift of your own design rather than giving through one of our existing programs is possible as well. Contact us for more information about these opportunities.
President's Endowed Scholarships (PES) Scholarships are merit-based and are awarded without regard to financial need. Learn more.
Southerland Aggie Leader Scholarship
The Southerland Aggie Leader Scholarship program was created to recognize and reward student involvement at Texas A&M University. Learn more.
Study Abroad Scholarships
Global study programs allow students in our increasingly interdependent world to gain first-hand understanding of different cultures. Learn more.
You can give undergraduate students a better opportunity to succeed at Texas A&M through a variety of scholarship programs that allow you to direct your gift in creative ways. Some scholarships are awarded based on academic achievement; others support students with economic need or who are from underrepresented groups.
You can also create a college- or department-based scholarship of your own design rather than giving through one of our existing programs.
Each scholarship program's recipients are selected from a pool of qualified applicants and are awarded on a variety of factors. They do not have to be repaid. Scholarships can be awarded on the basis of academic achievement, extra curricular activities, volunteer services, employment or financial need.
With the exception of the Foundation Excellence Award, the Texas A&M Foundation does not administer scholarship applications or programs. Scholarship opportunities vary according to student qualifications, so please review the detailed information at Texas A&M Scholarships and Financial Aid.