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Edwina Eustis Dick Scholarship for Music Interns

This scholarship is for students who are currently doing a music therapy internship. Students must be members of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) in both the year in which application is made and the year in which the award is granted, and must attend an AMTA-approved institution.

Total: $500 Awards:  2
Deadline:  February 7
2020

Brian & Cathy Smith Memorial Fund Scholarship

This scholarship is open to music therapy interns pursuing training in chemical dependency or in adolescent programs. Students must be members of the American Music Therapy Association (AMTA) in both the year in which application is made and the year in which the award is granted, and must attend an AMTA-approved institution.

Total: $500 Awards:  1
Deadline:  February 7
2020

Exemption for the Surviving Spouse and Minor Children of Certain Deceased Public Servants

This award is available to Texas resident undergraduate students who are the surviving spouse and/or dependent children of certain Texas employees killed in the line of duty. Applicants must enroll at a public Texas college or university.

Total: $6000 Awards:  175
Deadline:  March 1
2020

Waiver for College Faculty and Their Dependents

This award is available to non-Texas resident college teachers and professors who are employed at a public college or university in Texa. The waiver allows the teacher/professor and/or his/her immediate family members to pay resident tuition rates.

Total: $4800 Awards:  775
Deadline:  March 1
2020

Conditional Grant Program

This scholarship is available for Texas high school seniors and undergraduate students who are economically disadvantaged and are majoring in civil engineering or a department-approved operational business major. Students must have a grade point average of 3.0 (2.5 if currently in college) or higher, or an SAT score of 900 or higher or an ACT score of 21 or higher if applying as a high school senior.

Total: $6000 Awards:  30
Deadline:  March 1
2020

Exemption for Children of Disabled or Deceased Firemen, Police Officers, and Other Public Servants

This award is available to Texas resident students who are the children of persons who have been disabled or killed in the line of duty while serving the community. The applicant must apply before his/her 21st birthday.

Total: $4200 Awards:  120
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Dual Medical/Philosophy Degree Waiver (Biomedical Research Scholarship Student Waiver)

This award is for international graduate students who are accepted into a clinical and biomedical sciences program at an eligible public institution in Texas. The student must hold a competitive academic scholarship or stipend from their institutions.

Total: $9600 Awards:  75
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Exemption for Children of U.S. Military who are Missing in Action or Prisoners of War (MIA/POWs)

This award is available to Texas resident undergradaute students who are children of persons listed as Missing in Action or Prisoners of War by the U.S. Department of Defense. The applicant must be 21 years of age or younger at the time of application.

Total: $10000 Awards:  1
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Exemption for Firefighters Taking Fire Science Courses

This award is available for Texas resident firefighters who are enrolled in courses offered as part of a fire science curriculum. Applicants must be enrolled in a public Texas college or university.

Total: $1000 Awards:  2000
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Exemption for Highest Ranking High School Graduate

This award is for Texas resident high school seniors who graduate as valedictorians from a Texas high school and are planning to enroll in a public Texas college or university.

Total: $5623 Awards:  1000
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Exemption for Orphans of Texas Members of the U.S. Armed Forces or National Guard

This award is available to Texas resident undergraduate students who are dependent children of an individual who died as a result of injury or illness related to service in the U.S. military or the National Guard. Applicants must attend a public college or university in Texas.

Total: $5770 Awards:  2240
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Exemption for Peace Officers Disabled in the Line of Duty

This award is available for Texas resident undergraduate students who are attending a public Texas college or university. Applicants must be permanently disabled as a result of an injury suffered during the performance of a duty as a peace officer of Texas or a political subdivision of Texas.

Total: $2570 Awards:  61
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