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Student Government Scholarship

Student Government Scholarship Application Period

Typically, each year applications open in the spring semester no later than February 1st and close on the first Friday of March. The Student Government Scholarship, and many others, can be found on the Bobcat Online Scholarship Service (BOSS)If you have any questions please contact the Student Government Office at 512.245.1274 or email sgscholarships@txstate.edu.

HOW TO GET TO THE STUDENT GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP:

  • Upon logging into BOSS (Bobcat Online Scholarship Service), students will see open scholarships that they are eligible to apply for.*
  • Click the Opportunity Tab.
  • Click Recommended Scholarships.
  • Click Student Government Scholarship and apply.

* You are encouraged to apply for the Recommended Scholarships (that have an Apply button) under the Opportunities tab. While you may appear initially eligible for a scholarship, your actual eligibility will be based on your answers to the supplemental questions for that scholarship.

 

STUDENT GOVERNMENT SCHOLARSHIP CRITERIA

The criteria for undergraduate and graduate students applying for the Student Government Scholarship shall be:

 

UNDERGRADUATE CRITERIA.

(a) Is classified as a sophomore, junior, or senior.

(b) Is considered a full-time student by Texas State University according to their degree program.

(c) Have a minimum 2.5 Texas State GPA.

(d) Have attended Texas State University for two long semesters prior

to applying for the scholarship

(e) Not receive any need-based grants. Loans, scholarships, and work-study are forms of financial aid that applicants may be receiving

(f) Submit a resume.

(g) Be a member in a social or academic organization

 

GRADUATE CRITERIA.

(a) Must be enrolled as a full-time graduate student as defined by

Texas State University or graduate degree program.

(b) Have a minimum 3.0 Texas State GPA.

(c) Submit a resume.

(d) Preference shall be given to those graduate students who are members of academic or social organizations, but failure to have such membership shall not automatically disqualify an applicant.

(e) Not receive any need-based grants. Loans, scholarships, and work-study are forms of financial aid that applicants may be receiving.