Texas Department of Transportation
Up to $3,000 a semester or $6,000 annually, renewable until completion of an undergraduate degree. The grant amount is the sum of the certified tuition and fees each semester plus a stipend based upon the student's documented financial need.
25 to 30 awards offered annually.
All students must contact their intended college/university's financial aid office to obtain a 'Financial Assistance Form' (FAF). The FAF must be completed by the parent and/or student and submitted to the college/university's financial aid office each year. The financial aid office processes each student's fees and determines their individual financial need amount. If the student does not submit a FAF or the information is incomplete or inaccurate, this will delay the student receiving grant funds. Students must work for the Texas Department of Transportation for a minimum of two years immediately following graduation. If students do not graduate, do not maintain an overall (cumulative) 2.5 grade point average, drop out of school, change their major to a non-approved field of study, or do not work for the Texas Department of Transportation for the required time period, the recipient must repay the full amount of the grant expended. If during the freshman year, the student is unable to meet the program requirements, or chooses to leave the program before entering his/her sophomore year, with the approval of the program administrator, he/she may do so without being penalized.
Applications are available on the Texas Department of Transportation (DOT) website or by contacting the Texas DOT. In addition to a completed application, the student must submit an official high sc ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.