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List of Scholarships

To apply for the following scholarships, including major-specific scholarships, submit the online scholarship application. You do not have to select the scholarships individually. There are a few scholarships listed on the "Scholarship Selection" section of the application that you may select but even if you do not select any, you are still considered for the majority of our scholarships. 

Some of the following scholarships are used to fulfill the University award levels.      

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College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering 

College of Business 

College of Education and Social Sciences

Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities 

College of Nursing and Health Sciences 

Scholarships  $ Available To GPA Custodian
     
General Scholarships         top
Patrick J. Acker Memorial Scholarship Varies Students interested in alternative energy. NA Director, Alternative Energy Institute
Baker-Singhal Scholarship for Outstanding International Students 1000 Full-time (15 semester hours) freshman, transfer, or currently enrolled undergraduate student.  Preference given to international students.  With the application, submit an essay on "How will you continue your relationship with WT after graduation?" and send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu. 3.0 Director, International Students
John T. Boone and Physical Plant Employees Memorial Fund Varies Full-time employees of the WTAMU Physical Plant, their spouses or children who attend WTAMU.  NA Physical Plant
Bob and Connie Burgoon Educational Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a sophomore, junior or senior enrolled in 12 hours per semester and must be an active participant in the WTAMU Church of Christ Bible Chair and Student Center; preference will be given based on need. 2.8 Scholarship Services/Director of  the University Church of Christ Student Center 
Church of Christ Scholarship Fund Varies Freshmen must have applied and been accepted by WTAMU; current students must be enrolled in at least 12 semester hours.  Must be an active member of their home congregation and provide a recommendation letter from their home eldership or church leaders. 2.0 Scholarship Services/Director of  the University Church of Christ Student Center 
Annette L. Couch Memorial Leadership Scholarship 500 Full-time student actively participating in the LEAD WT program; preference given to students with financial need. NA Director, LEAD WT
Wesley Cox Memorial Scholarship Varies Freshmen must have applied and been accepted by WTAMU; current students must be enrolled in at least 12 semester hours.  Must be an active member of their home congregation and provide a recommendation letter from their home eldership or church leaders.  2.5 Scholarship Services/Director of  the University Church of Christ Student Center 
Charles C. and Pauline A. Dosier Memorial Educational Scholarship Fund 1500 Recipients will be WTAMU students who are active in the Church of Christ Bible Chair and have been recommended by the Church of Christ Bible Chair; renewable. NA Scholarship Services/Director of  the University Church of Christ Student Center 
Education Credit Union-Wind Energy Scholarship Varies Recipient must be full time student interested in wind energy. NA Alternative Energy Institute
Spicer Gripp Rodeo Scholarship Varies Students demonstrating performance and leadership in rodeo activities; must remain eligible by NIRA standards. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Jody Hart Memorial Rodeo Scholarship Varies Students who demonstrate performance and leadership in rodeo activities; must remain eligible by NIRA standards. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Wilbur and Nellie Killebrew Provost Leadership Scholarship Varies Students must be from the Texas Panhandle.  Preference will be given to students from Canadian, Hemphill County or Roberts County. 3.0 University Provost/Provost’s Office
C. M. Kuhlman Memorial Rodeo Scholarship 500 Scholarships to WTAMU students in rodeo activities; no specific majors; 2.5 GPA for sophomore, junior, and senior students; entering freshmen must be in the top 25 percent of their graduating class; financial need and leadership will be considered. Top 25% or 2.5 GPA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Herbert F. Kuhlman Memorial Rodeo Scholarship 500 Scholarship awards to WTAMU rodeo students; no specific majors; 2.5 GPA for sophomore, junior and senior students; entering freshmen must be in top 25% of their graduating class; financial need and leadership will be considered. Top 25% or 2.5 GPA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Virginia Maples/WT Women Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a child or grandchild of any faculty or staff member of WTAMU who is attending or planning to attend WTAMU.  Class rank and ACT/SAT scores will be the primary determinant for incoming freshmen and transfer and returning students must have a 3.0 or greater cumulative GPA.  Preference will be given based on demonstrated leadership and campus and/or community involvement; other scholarship awards may be taken into consideration. 3.0 President of WT Women
Matthews Rodeo Scholarship Varies Students in the WTAMU rodeo program. Students must demonstrate outstanding performance and leadership in the Southwest Region and must remain eligible by NIRA standards. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Ruth Cox Merchant Scholarship Varies All students must have applied and been admitted to WTAMU, declared education as their major and demonstrate active involvement in the Church of Christ denomination.  Full-time status (12 semester hours) and provide a letter of recommendation from church leadership. 2.75 Scholarship Services/Director of  the University Church of Christ Student Center 
Starcher-Nelson Renewable Energy Scholarship 500 Undergraduate or graduate student from the renewable energy degree program upon its creation.  Until that time, recipients will be selected from engineering (any discipline), engineering technology, physics or math. NA Alternative Energy Institute
Sam Wallas and Helen Cowan Huggins Provost’s Leadership Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours per semester; provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 Provost/VPAA
Bertie May Williams Memorial Scholarship Fund 200 Only students currently employed at the Cornette Library are eligible; must have completed 30 hours with the last 12 hours taken at WTAMU. 3.0 Cornette Library
Eddie Wilson Memorial Scholarship Varies Recipient must be pursuing a degree that will assist in becoming a peace officer.  Financial need and leadership will be considered.  Preference will be given to full-time University Police Department employees; renewable. 2.5 Meri Lyn Odell, Director of Police Administration, University Police Department
WTAMU Rodeo Scholarship Varies Students demonstrating outstanding performances and leadership in the Southwest Region; must remain eligible by NIRA standards. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
WT Women Scholarship 500 Children and grandchildren of WTAMU faculty and staff members who are attending or planning to attend WTAMU.  Priority will be given for academic ability, leadership, campus and community involvement.  If the student is a beginning freshman, rank in class and ACT/SAT scores will be a primary determinant.  If the student is a continuing, transfer or returning student, accumulative GPA will be primary determinant.  Financial need is not a prerequisite, but other scholarships awarded may be considered. NA President of WT Women
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Salem and Ruth Ann Abraham Endowed Scholarship Fund 2500 Recipient must be a graduate of Canadian High School, enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester), demonstrate financial need, and have a determination to achieve a college degree. 2.5 Scholarship Services
The Academic Excellence/Academic Freedom Scholarship Varies Academically talented students who will recognize and support academic freedom; preference to graduates of high schools in Region XVI.  Recipient must be enrolled full time (12 hours per semester); application must be accompanied by written recommendations from two educators acquainted with the student; renewable.  3.5 Scholarship Services
Alcorn and Taylor Cotton Scholarship 5000 Recipient must be a U.S. citizen or actively seeking citizenship within two years of the initial scholarship application.  Also, recipient must be enrolled as a full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate student and must submit FAFSA verifying that their household adjusted gross income is no less than $40,000 and no more than $75,000.  Additionally, the recipient must explain how at least 75% of their household income, as reported on the FAFSA, is from the cotton industry and send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu.  Preference will be given to applicants who are from cotton farming families and their dependents, or cotton farming employees and their dependents.  Also, preference to applicants who have attended high school in a Texas county that is a member of the Plains Cotton Growers, Inc. Applicant should be available for a personal interview if requested; renewable. 2.5 Scholarship Services
Jan Alcorn Scholarship Fund 5000 U.S. citizen or actively seeking citizenship within two years of the initial scholarship application.  Student must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate student and must submit FAFSA to be considered on the basis of need.  Preference will be given to graduating seniors, or who have graduated within the last two years from Tascosa HS in Amarillo, Texas, and/or who are an incoming freshman or sophomore at WTAMU.  Applicant should be available for a personal interview if requested; renewable. 2.5 Scholarship Services
C. Ray and Rachael Altmiller Scholarship Fund Varies Recipient must be a graduate from a high school in Hemphill, Ochiltree or Lipscomb counties; must be an entering freshman; and must write a short statement of no less than 50 words explaining why the scholarship is important to him/her. 3.0
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Always WT Scholarship 500 Preference will be given based on need. 2.5

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Amarillo Coca-Cola Bottling Co., Inc. Varies Outstanding students. 3.0 Scholarship Services
The Amarillo Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Intern Scholarship Varies Bilingual College of Business majors.

2.5

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Josephine Anderson Leadership Scholarship 500 High school graduates from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. Min. 85 avg Scholarship Services
Bill and Frances Askew Leadership Scholarship 500 Freshmen from high schools in the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. 2.5 Scholarship Services

Joseph and Rhoanna (Griego) Austin Scholarship

(also listed in Information and Decision Management and Nursing Department)

 

500 Recipient must be an incoming freshman majoring in IDM or nursing and enrolled full time; renewable if student maintains progress towards their degree and maintain a 3.0 GPA.

3.25 or 85 GPA

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Clifford Boyd and Linda Kay Baker Scholarship Varies Selection criteria will be based on financial need, service and leadership roles in high school and/or college, and not solely based on academic achievement but could accompany service and leadership roles if appropriate. NA Scholarship Services

Bank of America Family Scholarship

(formerly Bank of America Employee's Honorary Scholarship)

500 Student must meet WTAMU admission requirements, attend WTAMU, children or grandchildren of full-time Bank of America-Amarillo area employees who have been employed for one year in good standing.  Recipients must be full-time students and carrying a minimum of 12 hours per semester.  Selection will be based on (in order of importance):  financial need, academic standing, and commitment to the University and community; renewable.  2.0 Scholarship Services
Nona Barnett Leadership Scholarship 500 Freshmen from high schools in the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. 2.5 Scholarship Services
Leona M. Barrick Leadership Scholarship 500 Freshmen from high schools in the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable.  85 avg Scholarship Services
W. N. Barrick Leadership Scholarship 500 Freshmen from high schools in the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable.  85 avg Scholarship Services
Bell Helicopter Internship Scholarship 1000 Awarded to Interns in good standing. NA Scholarship Services
Betty Teel Bivins Leadership Scholarship 500 Freshmen from high schools in the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable.  85 avg Scholarship Services
Duncan and Boyd Scholarship Varies Duncan and Boyd employees and their children. 2.0 Scholarship Services

Edna Burdine Bridwell Scholarship

(formerly Edna Burdine Bridwell Loan Fund)

500 Single parent who is a sophomore elementary education major.  Student must write a 500 word essay describing current conditions and future goals and send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu. 2.8 Scholarship Services
M. K. Brown Foundation Leadership Scholarship 500 Preference to graduates from Pampa High School or transfer students from Clarendon College, Pampa Center.  Selection of the recipient is competitive, class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable.  85 avg or 3.0 Scholarship Services
Brumley Leadership Scholarship 500 Students transferring to WTAMU with approximately 60 hours of which a minimum of 30 hours are from Amarillo College.  Recipient must demonstrate leadership qualities.  Special attention to students receiving financial assistance at AC. 3.0 Scholarship Services
Mary Alice Burnett Leadership Scholarship 500 Preference to graduates from Dumas High School.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. Min. 85 avg Scholarship Services
Jack Burnett-Brumley Leadership Scholarship 500 Full-time (12 hours per semester) freshmen, preferably a graduate of Dumas High School.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. Min. 85 avg Scholarship Services
Cabot Corporation Leadership Scholarship 500 Full-time (12 hours per semester) freshmen, preferably graduates from Pampa High School.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership is required; renewable.  Min. 85 avg Scholarship Services
Canyon Rotary Club Scholarship Varies Graduates (current or prior year) from a Canyon Independent School District high school.  The student must be enrolled full time (12 or more hours each semester).  3.0 Scholarship Services

Cargill-Friona TX Scholarship

(formerly Cerestar USA, Inc. Scholarship)

500 Recipient must be a full time student with first preference to children of Cargill-Friona, TX employees and secondary preference to students from Parmer, Castro or Deaf Smith County. NA Scholarship Services
Gary Lynn Castleman Memorial Scholarship 100-200 Canyon High School graduate who has attended WTAMU for one semester. NA Scholarship Services
Zeke Castro Memorial Scholarship 500 Full-time juniors or seniors from the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Student must provide documentation of migrant background; renewable. NA Scholarship Services
Addie Brown Childress and Robert F. Childress Memorial Scholarship Varies Worthy, deserving students enrolled at WTAMU.  Financial need is a primary consideration; renewable. NA Scholarship Services
Rodney Clawson Scholarship 7600 Gruver High School graduates enrolled full-time at WTAMU; renewable. 3.0 Scholarship Services
Levi W. Cole Leadership Scholarship 500 Deserving graduates of Canyon High School who are enrolled full time (12 hours per semester) and exhibit leadership qualities; renewable. 2.5 Scholarship Services
Harold and Joyce Courson Leadership Scholarship 500 Preference for high school graduates from Perryton, Texas.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required.  Full-time students; renewable. 85 GPA Scholarship Services
J. W. “Cap” Daniels Memorial Scholarship Varies Full-time sophomore and/or junior students. 3.0 Scholarship Services
C. J. "Red" Davidson Scholarship 1000 Full-time undergraduate Texas students who have never been married; grades and character will be considered. 3.0 Scholarship Services
Ralph and Elsie De Rubbo Scholarship 1000 Recipient should aim to enter the field of business, ranch management or music and enrolled full time (15 hours per semester). 3.0 WTAMU President's Office-Scholarship Services
Scott Doores Scholarship 500 Preference to students from Perryton High School and also, current WTAMU student-athletes. 2.0 Scholarship Services
M. S. and Meek Lane Doss Endowed Opportunity Award Scholarship 1000 Undergraduate students at WTAMU with financial need, with a preference for students who are graduates of high schools located in western Texas anywhere west of a line drawn between Wichita Falls, Texas, to Laredo, Texas, or a high school located in southeastern New Mexico.  Students pursuing an undergraduate degree from any school or department in the University are eligible. NA Scholarship Services
Dumas Noon Lions Scholarship 500 Recipient must be transferring from the Amarillo College Moore County campus and enroll in at least 12 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 24 semester hours per year. 2.0 Scholarship Services

Farm Credit and Great Plains Ag Credit Scholarship

(formerly Farm Credit Scholarship)

500 Undergraduate students enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester) who have completed at least 30 hours.  Full-time requirement may be waived if the recipient is in his/her final semester before graduation and does not require a full course load to graduate.  Recipients must be U.S. citizens of permanent resident aliens and must demonstrate financial need.  Preference will be given to students from traditionally underrepresented populations in the approved majors (accounting, economics and finance, agriculture business and agriculture economics) and CAMP program. 2.5 Scholarship Services
First United Bank Scholarship $4000 Nine scholarships will be awarded, two in the College of Business, two in the Department of Agriculture, one in the Department of Education and four university-wide.  Recipients must be junior or senior students enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester hours with a declared major and degree plan in that major.  Emphasis will be given, but not limited to, students from the Panhandle or South Plains regions of the state of Texas.  Applicants need to prepare to be personally interviewed about the information in their application; renewable.   2.75 Scholarship Services
Hosea D. Foster Memorial Scholarship Varies Undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate need, merit, purpose and potential.  Student must be enrolled in at least 12 hours per semester, six hours if graduate student; may be renewable.   NA Scholarship Services
Foundation Leadership WTAMU Scholarship 500 High school graduates from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. 85 avg or 2.5 GPA Scholarship Services
James B. and Yvonne J. Franklin Endowed Scholarship Fund 1000 Students from the Panhandle-Plains area who need financial assistance; GPA is secondary to need. NA Scholarship Services
Clyde M. Gassaway Memorial Scholarship Varies Graduates of Borger High School who are attending WTAMU and enrolled full time (12 hours per semester). 3.0 Scholarship Services
Greater Texas Foundation--Los Barrios de Amarillo Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an incoming freshman, enrolled 12 hours per semester, and must have attended the Step Up to Success Leadership Conference. 3.0 Scholarship Services
Greater Texas Foundation--Phoebe and Chuck Hartline Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering major enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester.  Preference will be given based on need; renewable. 2.5 Scholarship Services
Cindy Groomer Scholarship Fund Varies Recipients will be any student in need of financial assistance to further his or her education. NA Scholarship Services
Don and Sybil Harrington Academic Scholarship 1500 Recipients must be entering freshmen, transfer or continuing student.  Freshmen students must have a minimum 24 ACT or comparable SAT; transfer and continuing students must have a minimum 3.3 GPA and complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; renewable. 3.3 Scholarship Services
Dr. Gregory E. and Barbara J. Harrison Endowed Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full-time student with preference to juniors and seniors, student involvement, and need. 3.0 Scholarship Services
J. A. Hill Memorial Leadership Scholarship 500 Recipients must be freshmen from high schools in the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle and must have a minimum 85 (3.5) grade average, demonstrate leadership abilities, with class rank and ACT/SAT scores considered.  Renewable if student maintains a minimum 2.5 GPA and enrolls in a minimum of 12 hours per semester. 85/3.5 GPA Scholarship Services
Charles and Wanda Hoover Scholarship Fund Varies Outstanding students; National Merit recognized, President’s Honor Scholars, WTAMU Student Foundation Honor Scholars, or Don and Sybil Harrington Honor Students; financial need will be considered. NA Scholarship Services
Betty Howell Leadership Scholarship 500 Preference is given to high school graduates from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. 2.5 or 85 GPA Scholarship Services
Jacob and Frances Huber Endowed Scholarship 1000 Recipient must demonstrate financial need and enroll full time.  The scholarship is renewable if criteria are met. 2.6 Scholarship Services
Hughes and Kelly Scholarship Varies Meet eligibility requirements for admission to WTAMU and enroll full-time with preference to juniors or seniors from the Amarillo area pursuing a degree in accounting, business or finance. Also, preference to students demonstrating financial need, but not qualify at the inception for a needs-based or low-income grant or scholarship; renewable. 2.5 Scholarship Services
Mildred Hulsey Scholarship Varies Worthy Tulia High School graduating senior in the top 25 percent of the academic class. NA Scholarship Services
Melvin and Mike Isley Leadership Scholarship 500 Freshmen from high schools in the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. 2.5 or 85 GPA Scholarship Services
Dewey Jackson and Gladys Parkey Scholarship for Entering Freshmen Varies Recipients must reside in the Panhandle Region; must be in the top 25 percent of their high school class, academically; must be a first-generation student; must complete a minimum of 12 hours each semester; and must take and pass the College Success Course or its equivalent the first semester of their freshman year.  From their sophomore year forward, recipient must be involved in extracurricular activities on campus, such as community service, leadership in campus organizations, fraternities or sororities. 2.5 GPA Scholarship Services
R. C. and Agnes Johnson Scholarship Fund Varies Recipients must be of good character and ability, demonstrating true desire to obtain an education beyond the high school level; must be in the top quartile of their high school graduating class; priority given to students Dallam and Hartley Counties. NA Scholarship Services
Reba Rhea Killian Jones Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 semester hours) female student with demonstrated financial need.  No specific field of study is necessary, but the student must be seriously pursuing a degree. 3.0 Scholarship Services
Josserand Scholarship 1000 Hereford high school graduates ranked in the top 25 percent of their high school graduating class with preference to students in the top 10 percent;other considerations may be used such as demonstrated potential for success; these incentive funds will be made in addition to award commitments/guarantees if applicable. 3.3 Scholarship Services
Francis A. Kahler Scholarship 500 Outstanding students; National Merit recognized, President’s Honor Scholars, WTAMU Student Foundation Honor Scholars, or Don and Sybil Harrington Honor Students; financial need will be considered. NA Scholarship Services
Kenady-Lee Scholarship Varies Recipient must be an incoming freshman enrolled full time (minimum of 12 semester hours).  Preference shall be given to a graduate from Wheeler High School, second to a high school graduate from Wheeler County, and third to a high school graduate from either Collingsworth or Donley Counties. NA Scholarship Services
Jack E. Little Leadership Scholarship 500 High school graduates from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. 85 or 2.5 GPA Scholarship Services
S. L. (Roy) Lockhart Boys Ranch Scholarship Varies Graduates of Cal Farley’s Boys Ranch who attend WTAMU.  Scholastic standing and ability of applicant and desire to further his/her education will be considered.  NA Scholarship Services
Troy and Betty Mays Leadership Scholarship 500 High school graduates from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. 85 or  2.5 GPA Scholarship Services
H. E. and Inez B. McCarley Foundation Scholarship 500 Preference for high school graduates from Pampa with competitive basis determined by class rank, ACT/SAT scores, and demonstration of leadership; renewable. 85 or 2.5 GPA Scholarship Services
Dr. Michael and Mrs. Lou Ann McKinney Endowed Scholarship 500 Student must be an incoming freshman in the top 25 percent of their graduating class; renewable. 3.25 Scholarship Services
Linda G. Miller Leadership Scholarship 500 Students transferring to WTAMU with approximately 60 hours of which a minimum of 30 hours are from Amarillo College. The recipient must demonstrate leadership abilities; renewable. 2.5 Scholarship Services
Michael J. Miller Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a junior, senior or graduate student with preference to students working full or part-time; preference also to nontraditional students (returning students, single mothers, etc.) 2.5 Scholarship Services
Molyneaux Leadership Scholarship Varies Freshmen from high schools in the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. Min. 85 avg Scholarship Services
Muthersbough Family Endowment Scholarship Varies Worthy and deserving WTAMU students. NA Scholarship Services
Don and Dorothy Patterson Leadership Scholarship 500 Entering freshmen from high schools in the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle enrolled in 12 hours per semester.  Class rank and ACT/SAT scores will be considered and demonstrated leadership required; renewable.  2.5 or 85 avg Scholarship Services
The T. Boone Pickens Scholarship for Academic Excellence 1000

Recipient must be an entering freshman who is ranked in the top 25 percent of their high school graduating class and scored above average on the ACT/SAT test or a continuing or transfer student who has demonstrated academic achievement, financial need, or involvement in extracurricular activities.  Preference will be given to all majors in the College of Business. 

3.3 Scholarship Services
Esther L. Plank Memorial Scholarship Fund 500 Recipient must be enrolled full time (12 hours per semester); preference will be given to elementary education majors with financial need; renewable. 2.5 Scholarship Services
Don and Twanna Powell Leadership Scholarship 500 Freshmen from high schools in the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. 85 or 2.5 GPA Scholarship Services
Jo Stewart Randel Leadership Scholarship 500 Preference to high school graduates from Panhandle High School.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable. 85 or 2.5 GPA Scholarship Services
Lt. Col. John Regal Semper Fi Scholarship 500 Graduate from an Amarillo or Canyon Independent School District high school with preference given based on need. NA Scholarship Services
Residence Hall Scholarship 200-1000 Students in University housing. NA Scholarship Services
Jack Duncan Rhodes Scholarship 5000 Full-time junior or senior psychology, social work or music therapy major and full-time graduates majoring in psychology, social work, school counseling, or licensed professional counselor. Recipient must volunteer at the Hope and Healing Place; also, finalists will be interviewed by the Rhodes Foundation and Hope and Healing Place Committee; renewable if criteria are met. NA Scholarship Services
James M. and Sarah Wade Rockwell Scholarship 1000 Deserving students taking into consideration academic ability, personal character and financial circumstances. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office-Scholarship Services
Paul and Amy Romine Scholarship for Entering Freshmen Varies Recipients must reside in the Panhandle Region; must be in the top 25 percent of their high school class, academically; must be a first-generation student; must complete a minimum of 12 hours each semester; and must take and pass the College Success Course or its equivalent the first semester of their freshman year.  From their sophomore year forward, recipients must be involved in extracurricular activities on campus such as community service, leadership in campus organization, fraternities or sororities. 2.5 GPA Scholarship Services

Rural Electric Cooperative Scholarship

500 Full-time student in the engineering program, Department of Agricultural Sciences or College of Business.  Preference will be given based on merit.   NA Scholarship Services
Odus and Nell Rush Scholarship 500 Recipient must be from New Mexico; renewable. 3.0 GPA Scholarship Services
Paulus F. Schroeter Leadership Scholarship 500 High school graduates with preference to students from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, demonstration of leadership required, and enrollment of 12 hours per semester; renewable. 85 or 2.5 GPA Scholarship Services
The Sigman Family Scholarship Fund 5,555.55 Recipient must be an incoming freshman enrolled 15 hours per semester, must live on campus in a dual occupancy student residence for both long semesters and must be from a farming or ranching background in one of the 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle; Canyon and Amarillo communities will be exempt from consideration.  Scholarships will be awarded to students in the following corresponding programs:  Agriculture (three), Education (two), Military veteran or child of veteran or reservist (one), Business Administration (one), Wildlife Biology (one) and Nursing (one); renewable. 2.6

Enrollment Management

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Southwestern Public Service Leadership Fund Scholarship 500 Class rank and ACT/SAT scores will be considered, demonstration of leadership required, enrolled 12 hours per semester, preference to high school graduates from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle; renewable. 85 avg or 2.5 GPA Scholarship Services
Barton Russell Spurlock Scholarship Varies All students who demonstrate a legitimate need. NA Scholarship Services
Staff and Faculty Endowed Scholarship 500 Recipient must apply for tuition assistance, be a budgeted WTAMU employee (listed by name in the approved operating budget) regardless of percent of effor or length of appointment, be a full-time employee with an original hire date with WTAMU if the employee falls in an outsourced department working for WT, take more than three hours during the semester in which they receive the scholarship and must be on a degree plan to complete their degree.  Preference will be given based on demonstrated leadership as well as campus and/or community involvement.

3.0 UG 3.5 GR

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Albessa Stephenson Scholarship Varies Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time (15 hours per semester) student.  3.4 Scholarship Services
Student Government Endowment Scholarship - Need based Varies Recipients must be enrolled in at least 6 undergraduate or graduate semester hours and maintain a 2.25 GPA.  Also, the student must have applied for Financial Aid, and list other scholarships and financial aid received for the year. 2.25 Scholarship Services-Student Affairs
The Sunray Co-op Scholarship Endowment 1500 Recipient must have graduated from a high school in either Dallam, Hansford, Hartley, Sherman, or Moore, Texas county.  Preference will be given to students who demonstrate financial hardship. 2.5 Scholarship Services
Zelda Morgan Sweet Scholarship Varies Recipient will be a full-time undergraduate student from Oklahoma and must have participated in a high school varsity sport; renewable. 3.0 or "B" avg. Scholarship Services
AJ Swope Memorial Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a junior or senior and submit an independently written song by video or audio recording along with the written lyrics of the song via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu. 3.0 Scholarship Services

Talon/LPE Scholarship

(formerly Talon/LPE Environmental Science Scholarship)

500 Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate or graduate student with preference to employees, children or grandchildren of employees of Talon/LPE regardless of major.  If no employees, children or grandchildren are eligible, the award will be given to students majoring in environmental science, engineering, geology, or business administration disbursed equally between the four programs in stated order. 3.0 or "B" avg. Scholarship Services
Tascosa Lions Club Scholarship Varies

Recipient must be a first-generation college students ranked in the top 25 percent of his/her graduating class with preference to students with need. 

3.0 or HS equivalent Scholarship Services
Kim and Clay Teter AC Transfer Student Scholarship 5000 Junior transfer students from Amarillo campuses of Amarillo College, all majors, renewable for one additional year as long as student maintains GPA requirement. 2.75 Scholarship Services
Texas Panhandle Builders Association Scholarship 1000 Recipient must maintain a 2.5 GPA.  Preference to a junior, senior, or graduate students majoring in either business or engineering.  Also, preference will be given based on financial need, students from the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle, Texas Panhandle Builders Association members and TPBA family members. 2.5 Scholarship Services
3 Star Memorial Scholarship 500 Incoming freshman, current student, or transfer student enrolled full-time, must be a participant in the West Texas Timed Event Championship or a student assisting with the operations of the event.  NA Scholarship Services
The Todd Family Memorial Scholarship 500 Recipients will be students from Amarillo who commute to campus and have financial need. NA Scholarship Services
Toot'n Totum Endowed Scholarship 500 Full-time incoming freshman or transfer student in good standing with preference to dependents of Toot'n Totum employees and students from the following communities: Amarillo, Borger, Dumas, Dalhart, Stratford, Pampa and Perryton.  Recipient must submit a biographical essay including goals and interests via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu. NA Scholarship Services
Tuition Assistance Fund Scholarship

125 dep

500 fac/staff

Full-time budgeted employee (listed by name in the approved operating budget) or a dependent of defined employees; also retirees and their dependents.  Must complete the scholarship application, tuition assistance application, be following a degree plan and be in good academic standing with the University.  Tuition assistance application may be obtained in Personnel Services. NA Scholarship Services
Lila Vars Scholarship 500 Incoming freshmen who graduate in the top quarter of their high school class or have a high ACT or SAT scores.  Transfer and continuing students with a 2.5 or higher GPA; need and leadership may be considered. 2.5 Scholarship Services
Bennie Donald Vittrup Scholarship Fund Varies Must be an incoming freshman from accredited high schools in the state of Texas. "B" avg Scholarship Services
E. Paul and Helen Buck Waggoner Foundation Scholarship Varies Recipient must be an employee, spouse of an employee, or dependent of the W.T. Waggoner Estate enrolled full time (12 hours per semester). 2.5 Scholarship Services
Merle Walker Scholarship Fund 500 Graduate of Idalou High School; recipient must be in the top quarter of their graduating class, minimum 23 ACT or 950 SAT, and must maintain a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA as a continuing student. 3.0 Scholarship Services
Frank Warren/Brumley Leadership 500 Freshmen from high schools in the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle.  Selection of the recipient is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores considered, and demonstration of leadership required; renewable.  85 avg or 2.5 GPA Scholarship Services

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.  Scholarship

(formerly Norwest Bank, Texas, Canyon N.A. Scholarship)

500 Recipient must maintain a cumulative 3.0 GPA and full-time enrollment status (12 hours per semester).  Entering freshmen must have ACT scores of 22 or higher. 3.0 Scholarship Services

K. Roger Williams Leadership Scholarship

(formerly K. Roger Williams Engineering Scholarship)

500 Recipient must be a business, nursing or engineering major and must also be a child of a current employee at Bell Helicopter's Amarillo facility.  Preference will be given to graduates of Texas Panhandle high schools.  2.8 Scholarship Services
Bob Wills Memorial Scholarship Fund Varies Honor scholars or outstanding students who need financial assistance. NA Scholarship Services
Gillespie Wilson Scholarship Varies Recipients must be enrolled full-time and maintain a minimum GPA of 2.5.  Students must reflect the diversity of WTAMU and be active in the University and community.  Athletics, education, agriculture, art, communication and theatre majors will be considered. 2.5 Scholarship Services
Hazel Kelley Wilson Leadership Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a transfer student with approximately 60 hours, minimum 30 hours from Amarillo College; demonstration of leadership; renewable. 3.0 Scholarship Services
WT Homecoming Committee Scholarship 250 Recipient must be classified as a sophomore or higher and must have a minimum 2.75 GPA.  Preference will be given based on campus involvement.  The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met.  2.75 Scholarship Services
WTAMU Endowment for Excellence Scholarship 500 Recipient must be enrolled in at least 12 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 24 semester hours per year; provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.0 WTAMU President's Office-Scholarship Services
WTAMU Fore County Golf Scramble Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a graduate of a high school in Deaf Smith, Parmer, Oldham and Castro County.  Preferably at least one recipient from each county per year.  Preference given to sophomores, juniors and seniors; preference given to Department of Agricultural Sciences majors; and preference given based on need. NA Scholarship Services
WTAMU Institutional (WTI) Scholarship Varies Consideration will be given based on academic, need and leadership. NA Scholarship Services
WTAMU Presidential Need Based Scholarship Varies Recipient must be an undergraduate first-degree seeking student.  Consideration will be given based on need, high school attended and other special circumstances such as first-generation. NA Scholarship Services
WTAMU Staff Leadership Scholarship  500 Spouses, children and grandchildren of WTAMU staff.  Recipient must be high school graduate or undergraduate and selection is competitive with class rank, ACT/SAT scores, and work experience considered and demonstrated leadership required; renewable.    Min. 85 GPA or 2.5 GPA  Scholarship Services
WTAMU Transfer Student Honor Scholarship Fund 500 Transfer students from a two-year accredited college with a 3.3 or higher GPA based on the WTAMU official calculation of hours.  Preference given to Phi Theta Kappa members, must show proof of membership. 3.3 Scholarship Services
WTAMU Tuition Breaks for Part-Time Students 50-100 Tuition scholarships for part-time students attending WTAMU.  3.0 Scholarship Services
Scholarships Administered by the Office of Student Affairs       top
ATO Leadership Scholarship Varies Members of Zeta Kappa Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. NA Student Affairs
Harland and Peggy D. Collins Endowed Scholarship 500 Student with a visual or hearing impairment and/or other severe physical disability; renewable. 2.5 Student Affairs
Ruth Cross Scholarship Varies Deserving students pursuing a degree in teaching.  Financial need will be the primary qualification with a preference given to a student committed to a career in teaching.  The recipient must live in the residence hall, have a minimum of 30 hours credit at WTAMU, and enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester). 2.0 Student Affairs
L.V. Currey Honor Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a member in good standing of the Eta Delta Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity. NA Student Affairs
Judge Garland Green Memorial Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a member of Gamma Sigma Chapter of Kappa Alpha Order at WTAMU; member participation and financial need will be considered.  The chosen recipient must submit a 500 word paper on the life and times of Judge Green. NA Student Affairs
Dr. Robert Gulde Wellness Scholarship Varies Sophomore through senior Peer Educators. 2.0 Student Affairs

Mary and Bill Hill Leadership Scholarship

(formerly Mary Hill Recreation Club Scholarship)

Varies Peer educator who is of sophomore, junior or senior standing and who demonstrates a positive lifestyle and practices "holistic wellness" with high moral values. 2.7 VP for Student Affairs
Hispanic Student Association of WTAMU Scholarship 500 Student must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours per semester, show financial need, and have at least one parent of Hispanic lineage.  Preference will be given to Hispanic Association members who have been active participants for at least one semester; renewable. 2.7 Student Affairs
W. Mitch Jones Residential Living Scholarship Varies Recipients must live in a residence hall, be at least a sophomore in good standing, have residential living involvement, and be a full-time student. 2.75 Student Affairs
Kappa Delta Chi, Eta Chapter Scholarship 500 Current active member of Kappa Delta Chi and must have been active for two consecutive semesters piror to receiving the award; held an office or committee chair; and completed 50 service hours. 3.0 Student Affairs
Jack B. Kelley Leadership Scholarship Varies Recipients must be active members of a student organization and previous officer of a major campus committee.  Also, recipients must be full time undergraduate students pursuing a bachelor's degree in a major of his/her choice and must have attended one long (fall or spring) semester at WTAMU; renewable.  2.5 Student Affairs
Eric Lathrop Memorial Scholarship for Students with Disabilities Varies Students must be enrolled in a minimum of 6 hours.  If not registered with Student Disabilities Services (SDS), student must provide documentation of disability to the SDS office.  Along with the application, student must submit an essay on "How have you overcome the challenges of your disabilities?" and send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu 2.0 Student Affairs
LEAD WT Endowed Scholarship 300 Students who are selected to enter or continue in the LEAD WT Program; renewable. NA Vice President of Student Affairs
Lemons Memorial Scholarship 250 Student must have a visual impairment of 20/70 or worse in the best eye with corrected measure; completed 30 or more hours at a college or university. 2.0 Student Affairs
Saundra Meek Scholarship Fund Varies Scholarships are given to full-time junior, senior or graduate students.  Recipients must have attended WTAMU the previous Fall semester, be active in campus student organizations and possess the pride and dedication to WTAMU as exemplified by Meek. Along with the application, student must submit an essay on “Why did you choose to be involved in non-academic activities during your collegiate career?” and send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu.   2.75 Student Affairs
Gary A. Milton Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a member of the Eta Delta Chapter of Sigma Nu Fraternity. NA Student Affairs
Annette F. and Garry L. Nall Endowed Scholarship Varies Applicants must have completed at least one regular semester at WTAMU and be continuously enrolled as a full-time student. Preference will be given in the following order:  first to an initiated member (old and new) of Zeta Zeta Chapter of Delta Zeta Sorority, second to an initiated member (old and new) of the  Gamma Sigma Chapter, Kappa Alpha Order Fraternity and third to members of families of either sorority or fraternity.  Also, preference will be given based on need. 

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Student Affairs
Garry L. and Annette F. Nall Endowed  Scholarship 500 Applicants must have completed at least one regular semester at WTAMU and be continuously enrolled as a full-time student.  Preference is given in the following order:  first to an initiated member (old and new) of the Gamma Sigma Chapter, Kappa Alpha Order Fraternity, second to Zeta Zeta Chapter of Delta Zeta Sorority and third to members of families of either the sorority or fraternity member.  Also, preference will be given based on need.   2.0 Student Affairs
Phi Delta Theta Leadership Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a member of the Texas Theta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity or the child of a member of the Texas Theta Chapter of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity.  Preference may be given based on GPA and hours enrolled. NA Student Affairs
President’s Community Service Award Recipients Scholarship Varies Recipients must be a current student enrolled in a minimum of six semester hours and maintain a 2.5 GPA.  Additionally, community service as demonstrated on the scholarship application will be the primary criterion. 2.5 Student Affairs
Scholarship for Single Parent Varies Single parents; must be a full-time student (12 semester hours); financial need will be considered. 2.5 Student Affairs
The Mike Stephens ATO Scholarship Varies Members of the Zeta Kappa Chapter of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity shall be eligible for scholarship awards. NA Student Affairs
Student Government Endowment Scholarship - Internship Varies Recipient must have attended WTAMU one semester, must enroll full-time (12 hours undergraduate; 6 hours graduate), and must include on the scholarship application a list of other scholarships received for the year.  Additionally, the student must submit a one page essay describing internship in which they are applying for along with one recommendation letter from faculty advisor sponsoring the internship.  Send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu.   2.25 Student Affairs
Student Government Endowment Scholarship - Leadership  Varies Recipient must have attended WTAMU one semester, must enroll full-time (12 hours undergraduate; 6 hours graduate), and must include on the scholarship application a list of other scholarships received for the year.  Additionally, they must list involvement and leadership in WTAMU organizations and activities. 2.5 Student Affairs
Student Government Endowment Scholarship - Scholastic Varies Recipient must have attended WTAMU one semester, must enroll full-time (12 hours undergraduate; 6 hours graduate), and must include on the scholarship application a list of other scholarships received for the year. Additionally, they must list invovement and leadership in WTAMU organizations and activities.    3.0 Student Affairs
Student Memorial Endowed Scholarship Varies Recipients must be undergraduate students of at least sophomore standing, enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester), be in good standing with the University, and be involved in campus activities.  2.5 Student Affairs
Students Assisting 'N' Good Endeavors Community Service Scholarship Varies Recipient must be an entering freshman in the fall.  Additionally, they must be involved in their community, have leadership qualities and participate in extracurricular activities.  Along with the application, students must submit one letter of recommendation and a one-page typed essay describing community service activities that they have participated in and how the activities have impacted their life.  Send via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu.   3.0 Student Affairs
Texas Zeta Chapter of Alpha Chi National Honor Scholarship 150 Recipients must be juniors or seniors who are members of Alpha Chi. NA Student Affairs
Charles and Mary Townsend Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a Chi Omega officer, leadership and scholarship will be considered for final selection.   NA Student Affairs
Zeta Tau Alpha Academic Achievement Endowment Fund Varies Active members of Zeta Tau Alpha enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester).  Recipient must achieve a cumulative GPA equal to or above the all University GPA during the preceding spring semester and returning to WTAMU the following fall. 3.0 Student Affairs
Scholarships Administered by the Office of Financial Aid        top
James H. and Minnie M. Edmonds Educational Fund Varies Priority will be given to first-generation students with proven financial need. NA Financial Aid
Scholarships Administered by the Office of Intercollegiate Athletics       top
Athletic General Scholarship 500 Currently enrolled students at WTAMU; member of the WTAMU athletic teams or a full-time student who meets the criteria of a specific promotional contest. NA Intercollegiate Athletics

Athletic Summer Scholarship

Varies Recipient must be a WTAMU athlete. NA Director of Intercollegiate Athletics

Richard Anderson Bowling Scholarship

(also listed in WTAMU Alumni Association)

250 Current member of the University Bowling Team who has completed at least 30 hours and is in good academic standing with the University. Preference will be given to male students who are originally from outside the state of Texas.   WTAMU Alumni Association
John M. Ayers Memorial Scholarship for Football Fund Varies WTAMU student in football; preference will be given to an upperclassman in good academic standing, hard worker, solid citizenship, leader by example. NA Director of Intercollegiate Athletics/Head Volleyball Coach
Boyce and L. Louise Box Christian Athlete Scholarship 500 Undergraduate Christian athlete; renewable. 2.5 Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Inez Butler Memorial Lady Buff Volleyball Scholarship Varies Outstanding freshman volleyball player; renewable if recommended by the head coach. 2.5 Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Paul and Bess Castleberry Memorial Scholarship Varies Most dedicated and hardest-working student football equipment manager at WTAMU, completion of one semester at WTAMU. NA Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Ray Cliver Lady Buff Basketball Scholarship Fund Varies Lady Buff basketball players; must meet NCAA requirements. NA Mr. Harold Cliver and/or Walter Bull, until such time either is unwilling or unable to serve, then the WTAMU Women's Head Basketball Coach
Everett and Myra Nell Culp Memorial Scholarship Varies Active baseball player enrolled full time (12 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 24 hours per year; renewable. 2.5 Head Baseball Coach
Kendrick Cutsinger Memorial Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a current member of the WTAMU football team and maintain NCAA eligibility requirements; also, recipient must complete a minimum of 12 hours per semester. 2.8 Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Janna Detrixhe Memorial Scholarship Fund Varies WTAMU intercollegiate student-athletes, preferably women's basketball. NA Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Jess Lwood Dow Football Scholarship 250 Member of the Buffalo football team who is originally from the Texas Panhandle or South Plains region and who has a background in farming.  NA Head Football Coach
Foundation for Buffalo Athletics Scholarship Varies Student-athletes who maintain current NCAA academic and satisfactory progress standards. 2.0 Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
J. W. Foust Men's Basketball Scholarship Varies Men's basketball player who have exhausted their playing eligibility, with at least two years in residence at WTAMU, and lacks no more than 30 hours to meet graduation requirements. 2.0 Men's Basketball Coach
Cal Garrett Memorial Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a member of the WTAMU golf team NA Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Bob Givens Cross-country Memorial Scholarship Varies Full-time students (minimum of 12 semester hours) who are members of the WTAMU cross-country team(s). Incoming freshman recipient must satisfy requirements as a NCAA qualifier and returning student must be currently enrolled and in good standing. 2.75 Director of Intercollegiate Athletics; Cross-country Committee
Homer and Eloise Harvey Booster Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a returning member of the Lady Buff Volleyball team, must show dedication and spirit, and be recommended by the Head Volleyball Coach. 2.5 Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
2009 Lady Buff Volleyball Seniors Endowed Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an active member of the WT volleyball team, meeting all criteria necessary to be awarded an athletic scholarship; U.S. citizen; awarded for both long semesters if criteria are met. 2.5 Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Eric Lathrop Memorial Scholarship Varies All scholarship athletes in men's cross-country. NA Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Robert A. Lauffer Memorial Men's Soccer Scholarship Varies Student must be a member of the WTAMU men's soccer team and must meet NCAA eligibility requirements. NA Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Coach Gene Mayfield Football Scholarship 500 Football player chosen for his leadership both on and off the field of play; renewable. NCAA standards Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
NWIT Lady Buff Scholarship Varies Scholarships for Lady Buff Basketball players who meet NCAA requirements and are Texas Panhandle female graduates from the northernmost 32 counties of Texas, including Plainview, Abernathy, Tulia, etc. NA Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Ryan Palmer Foundation Golf Scholarship Varies Supports the women's and men's golf scholarship programs. NA Intercollegiate Athletics
Jimmy Reese Athletic Scholarship Endowment $500 Must be a member of the WTAMU men's basketball team and meet eligibility as defined by the NCAA and institutional standards. NA Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Beryl Ellen Richardson Memorial Lady Buff Volleyball Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a WTAMU Lady Buff volleyball player, current or outstanding freshman, recommended by the head coach; renewable.  2.5 Head Volleyball Coach
Scherr Family Volleyball Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a member of the WTAMU Women's Volleyball Team; be enrolled full-time (15 semester hours); renewable. 3.0 Head Coach, WTAMU Women's Volleyball Program
Coach Bob Sloan Baseball Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a WTAMU baseball player from the Texas Panhandle, Eastern New Mexico or Western Oklahoma enrolled in at least 12 semester hours with preference given based on need. 2.5 Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Kay Stahlecker Memorial Lady Buff Scholarship Fund Varies Lady Buff Basketball player; must meet NCAA eligibility requirements. NA WTAMU Head Women's Basketball Coach
Pamela Pool Stevens Endowed Scholarship for Women's Athletics Varies Recipient must be a female student-athlete enrolled full-time or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; renewable. 2.5 Director of Intercollegiate Athletics
Imogene Wagner Memorial Scholarship Varies Recipient will be the most scholastically accomplished woman graduate from the Amarillo Independent School district who participated on her school's tennis team as a senior; must meet requirements for admission to WTAMU. NA Director of Athletics
The Philip and Patsy Wright Athletics Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an active member of the WTAMU Volleyball team, enrolled full-time, and demonstrate leadership and hard-work ethic on and off the court.  Additionally, the student-athlete must be a motivator to their fellow teammates and display a positive attitude of perseverance that drives not only a successful season but a successful academic career as well.  The scholarship is renewable when criteria are met. 3.0 WTAMU Head Volleyball Coach
Special Scholarships and Awards Administered by the Office of the President        top
ARAMARK President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled full time (15 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office

AT&T Foundation President's Honor Scholarship

(formerly Southwestern Bell President's Honor Scholarship)

2000 Preference will be given to a major in mathematics or one of the sciences, U.S. citizen or permanent resident, full-time (15 hours per semester) student or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year, first- and second-generation college students, students who qualified for free lunch in high school and/or bilingual students will be given special consideration; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Bank of America President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled full-time (15 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Kenny Bryan Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be an agriculture major enrolled full time (15 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.   WTAMU President's Office
Christian American Patriot President's Honor Scholarship in Finance 2000 Recipient must be a finance major and enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Christian American Patriot President's Honor Scholarship in Science or Education 2000 Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time student (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; preference to an education or science major. Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Mary Harris Clark President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be a math, physical sciences or engineering major enrolled full-time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year. Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Clay Cooper President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be a graduate of McLean High School, enrolled full time (15 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Clay and Ermyle Cooper President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be a graduate of Canyon High School in Canyon, TX and enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Ermyle Ruth Hill Cooper President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be a graduate of Dalhart High School and enrolled full-time (15 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Marvin and Wilma Cornette President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be an education major enrolled full -time (15 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Ruth and George Eason President's Honor Scholarship in Music 2000 Recipient must be a music major with an emphasis in piano, organ, music therapy or double reeds and enrolled in at least 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Louisa Miller Eldredge Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Students must have been members of the National Honor Society or its equivalent and enroll full time (15 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Mary Ann Engler Nursing President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year majoring in nursing.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Thelma and B. Raymond Evans Presidential Scholarship 2500 Recipient must be a participant in the Equine Industry Program as an equine industry and business major, equestrian and/or judging team member.  Preference will be given to a student that is an equestrian and/or judging team member in addition to being an equine industry and business major.  Additionally, the student must be enrolled 15 hours per semester or complete 30 semester hours per year; renewable. 3.5 WTAMU President's Office
Jim Foran Memorial President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time student (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; preference to graduates from Memphis, TX or from surrounding communities; and participates in high school athletics.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Roberne Wilson Foran President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be a music or musical theater major enrolled a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
B. Ronald Fortner, M.D. President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be pursuing a degree in nursing studies; enrolled as a full-time student (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; and maintain a cumulative 3.4 GPA.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Funk Family President's Honor Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a football player enrolled as a full-time student (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
S. L. and Mildred Garrison President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be an agriculture, preferably agriculture education major and enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
L. P. “ Pete” Gilvin Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Preference to student committed to a teaching career; enrolled in a minimum course load of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year for continuing eligibility, and leadership and service to the University and to the community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Girl Power President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must participate in women's athletics and be enrolled as a full-time student (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Arthur J. Glover Memorial President's Honor Scholarship in Accounting 2000 Recipient must be a declared accounting major and enrolled 15 hours per semester or complete 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Luan Henson Memorial President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be an agriculture, preferably agriculture education major, and enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
O. V. Hodges Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Preference to graduates of Valley High School and/or residents of Briscoe, Floyd or Hall counties; must enroll a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year .  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.  3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Ray Koehler President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time (15 semester hours) student or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year, must provide leadership and service to the University and community, and must be an active member of the Texas Panhandle Catholic Community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Natrelle Long President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time (15 semester hours) student or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year. Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Russell Long President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time (15 semester hours) student or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
James B. and Mogie R. McCray President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be a speech or music major enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community with preference to a student from the Texas Panhandle; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Jackie Wafford Mercer President's Honor Scholarship in Music 2000 Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time music student and must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Dr. Evelyn L. Milam Presidential Scholarship 5000 Recipient must be incoming freshmen females who rank in the top 10 percent of their high school graduation class, enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; or currently enrolled full time with a cumulative 3.5 cumulative GPA; or a transferring full-time student with a cumulative 3.5 GPA.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.5 WTAMU President's Office
Dr. Evelyn L. Milam President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
John K. and Bessie Lee Harper Milam Presidential Scholarship 5000 Recipients must be incoming freshmen who rank in the top 10 percent of their high school graduation class, enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; or currently enrolled full time with a cumulative 3.5 GPA; or a transferring full-time student with a cumulative 3.5 GPA.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.5 WTAMU President's Office
John K. and Bessie Lee Harper Milam President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
John and Jo Mozola President's Honor Scholarship in Education 2000 Recipient must be an education major enrolled a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Don L. and Dorothy Patterson President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be an English or humanities major and enrolled full time (15 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Rosemary Patterson President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be a Spanish-education major enrolled full-time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year. Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
David D. and Nona S. Payne Foundation President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time student (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and provide leadership and service to the University and community.  Preference will be given to music majors and students from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle; renewable.  3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Carl Clyde Periman President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and provide leadership and service to the University and community.  Preference will be given for students in the liberal arts, particularly those who are interested in studying English, Theatre, and related dramatic arts or speech; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Mary Arless O’Keefe Periman President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and provide leadership and service to the University and community.  Preference will be given for students in the liberal arts, particularly those who are interested in studying English, Theatre, and related dramatic arts or speech; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Bill Piehl President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.  3.4 WTAMU President's Office
T. L. Roach, Jr. Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
William E. and Mogie Cain Routh President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and must provide leadership and service to the University and community.  This shall preferably be a student from the Texas Panhandle and be an English and foreign language scholarship; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
W. K. and Minnie K. Savage President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Geneva Schaeffer President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled full time (15 semester hours) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and exhibit leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Shawn David Schaeffer Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year; exhibit leadership and service to the University and community, and be a Dimmitt High School graduate; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Stanley Schaeffer President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled full time (15 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and must provide leadership and service to the University and community.  Preference will be given to a student studying in the field of accounting or finance; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Edward R. and Elizabeth Scott President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time (15 hours per semester) student or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Max Sherman President's Honor Scholarship Varies Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time (15 hours per semester) student or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.   3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Barry B. Thompson President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Dee Anne Trotter Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship in Music Education 2000 Preference will be given to students majoring in music education and enrolled a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.  3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Dee Anne Trotter Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship in Theatre and  Musical Theatre 2000 Preference will be given to students majoring in theatre and dance and enrolled a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Dee Anne Trotter Memorial President’s Honor Scholarship in Voice 2000 Preference will be given to students majoring in voice and enrolled a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Rala Byrnes Underwood President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Preference will be given to student interested in teaching.  Recipient must be enrolled full time (15 hours per semester) or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Charles Vaughan/Atmos Energy President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.  3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Lily Kitchens Wafford President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time art student and must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office

Easton and Lila Wall President's Honor Scholarship in Education

(formerly Easton and Lila Wall Provost's Leadership Scholarship)

2000 Recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community.  Also, student must have been a high school graduate of one of the following Texas high schools in (first choice) Angleton, Canyon, Dumas, Stratford or Vega, Texas or (second choice) any high school in the Texas Panhandle. The student must have a sincere interest and desire in acquiring teaching credentials to teach in an elementary of secondary school in the state of Texas; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Martha Ann Wingo President's Honor Scholarship in Theatre 2000 Recipient must be a theatre major enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Royce E. Wisenbaker President’s Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year and provide leadership and service to the University and community; renewable.  3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Woltz Family President's Honor Scholarship 2000 Recipient must be a full-time, 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year, non-music major who participates in the band program each long semester.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community. Preference will be given to eligible education majors; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Scholarships Administered by the West Texas A&M University Alumni Association        top

Richard Anderson Bowling Scholarship

(also listed in Intercollegiate Athletics)

250 Current member of the University Bowling Team who has completed at least 30 hours and is in good academic standing with the University.  Preference will be given to male students who are originally from outside the state of Texas. NA WTAMU Alumni Association
Susan Babcock Harp Leadership Scholarship and Ring Award Varies Recognizes a current female student who has completed her sophomore year at WTAMU and embodies the qualities displayed by Harp, which include active membership and leadership roles in student organizations and activities, display of a strong commitment to WTAMU, and high character traits, including Christianity, loyalty, fairness in all dealings, dedication to duty and love of fellow humans. NA WTAMU Alumni Association
Hicks Scholarship Alumni TAMF 250 Undergraduate students who transfer from a junior college.  Preference given to transfer students from Amarillo College, Frank Phillips Junior College, Clarendon College, Howard College, and South Plains College.  Selection is based on academic achievement.  NA WTAMU Alumni Association
Bill and Peggy Pollart, Jolynn Grieser Memorial Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate student.  Additionally, the student must exhibit leadership qualities and demonstrated involvement in student organizations and campus events and activities, exhibit exuberant enthusiasm and love for WTAMU, is a positive role model for students, and display strong moral values and Christian principles.  It is the desire of the donor that the recipient become a member of the WTAMU Alumni Association upon graduation from the University and that a demonstrated level of giving back to the University be apparent. 2.5 WTAMU Alumni Association
Student Alumni Board General Scholarship Varies Must have completed 60 hours of college credit; currently enrolled at WTAMU and completed one semester; show campus involvement and spirit; preference given to a child of a WTAMU graduate, child of a member of the WTAMU Alumni Board of Directors, and/or a member of the Student Alumni Board.  Special consideration given to a student who has lost a parent due to death.   3.0 WTAMU Alumni Association
College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering        top
ASE Annual Fund-Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a student in the College of Agriculture, Science, and Engineering. NA College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering
Greater Texas Foundation-Cowboy Roundup USA Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering major enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester.  Preference will be given based on need. NA College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering

Head of Department of Agriculture
Greater Texas Foundation-Wiley Hicks, Jr. Memorial Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering major enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester.  Preference will be given based on need. NA College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering

Head of Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Science
Department of Agricultural Sciences         top
Agriculture Education Leadership Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be an agriculture education major; preference to students from Hansford, Castro and Swisher counties. NA Head of Department of Agricultural Sciences
Sam Attebury Memorial Ag Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an agriculture major. NA Head of Department of Agricultural Sciences
Henry Bassett Agriculture Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) students in the Agriculture Department. 2.5 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Greg Black Memorial Ag Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full time student in the Department of Agricultural Sciences. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Roy Bryan Scholarship Varies Worthy and deserving junior or senior agriculture students. 3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Chair in Cow-Calf Management Scholarship 500 Full-time student majoring in agriculture with preference to students interested in the cow-calf or range cattle industry. NA Head of Department of Agriculture Sciences
J.W. and Dorothy Clark Memorial Scholarship NA Sophomore-Senior students majoring in one of the areas in the Division of Agriculture. Students must have financial need.  2.5 Department of Agricultural Sciences
James Clark First Choice Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full time sophomore, junior or senior students in the Department of Agricultural Sciences; preference will be given based on need. 2.75 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Norman and Gladys Cleavinger Memorial Scholarship Varies Declared junior or senior majors in one of the fields of agriculture.  Students must be involved in campus and community activities and have financial need. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
COBA/Select Sires Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a student in the Department of Agriculture, any major; must have a dairy farm background. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Cole Agriculture Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full-time student majoring in agriculture, financial need will be considered. 2.5 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Coleman Associates Agricultural Endowment Fund-Scholarship Addendum 500 Recipient must be a full-time student in the Department of Agricultural Sciences. NA Head, Department of Agricultural Sciences
David C. and Sandra L. Cook Agriculture Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be a non-freshman student majoring in agriculture with a preference to students with need. 2.5 Head, Department of Agricultural Sciences
Cowboy Roundup USA Ranch Management Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a ranch management student attending WTAMU.  The student will have been raised on a ranch. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Cowboy Roundup USA Ranch Management Scholarship II 500 Recipient must be a ranch management student attending WTAMU.  The student will have been raised on a ranch. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Norman Crum Memorial Agricultural Fund Varies Sophomore-senior full-time (12 hours or more per semester) students majoring in agriculture; preference is given to descendants of Norman Crum, graduates of Perryton High School and others qualified from the northernmost 26 counties of Texas. 3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Robert Devin Scholarship Varies Students that have been a Randall County 4-H member.  He/she must major in one of the areas in the Division of Agriculture. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
S.L. and Mildred Garrison Scholarship Varies Worthy and deserving WTAMU graduate students in agriculture with preference for dry land agriculture or feedlot management. 3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Gladwin Gillispie Scholarship 1000 Worthy and deserving agriculture majors; freshmen must be in the top 25% of their graduating class and sophomore-senior students must have a 3.0 GPA; financial need will be considered. 3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Bob Givens Memorial Agriculture Scholarship Varies Students majoring in agriculture; involvement in activities. 2.75 Department of Agricultural Sciences
The Gene and Eleanor Glazener Endowed Leadership Scholarship in Agriculture Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) sophomore-senior students majoring in one of the areas of agriculture, preference to students majoring in agribusiness. 2.0 overall; 3.0 in major Department of Agricultural Sciences
Tommy Grant Memorial Scholarship 500 Full-time (12 hours per semester) student in the Department of Agricultural Sciences with preference based on need, participation in 4-H and/or FFA, and children of employees of Grant Construction; renewable.  3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Jimmie Green Scholarship Varies Outstanding plant science majors; scholarship, leadership and/or need. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Spicer Gripp Memorial Scholarship 500 Agricultural major; must be active in campus extracurricular activities. 2.75 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Ralph Harbin Memorial Scholarship Varies Junior or senior agricultural major; academic excellence, campus leadership and extracurricular activities, and financial need will be considered. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
The Venon H. Harman Endowed Scholarship in Agriculture 1000 Recipients must be agriculture majors with preference to students who display leadership and have a desire to impact the agricultural industry. NA Head of the Department of Agricultural Sciences
Susan Babcock Harp Memorial Agriculture Scholarship 500 Full-time agriculture majors with preference to female students majoring in agriculture business and economis or agribusiness.  Also, preference given based on leadership and campus involvement. NA Head of the Department of Agricultural Sciences
Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Scholarships Varies Agricultural students; academic excellence. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Dr. Terry A. Howell, Sr. Agriculture Scholarship 500 Full-time agriculture major. NA Head of the Department of Agricultural Sciences
Tammy Jackson Agriculture Leadership Scholarship 500 Full-time student in the department of agriculture sciences with preference to students who demonstrate above average leadership skills. 2.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Douglas Josserand Memorial Scholarship Varies Junior-graduate agribusiness major; must have completed two regular semesters at WTAMU.  3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
C.M. and Herbert Kuhlman Beef Cattle Production Scholarship Varies Recipient must be sophomore, junior or senior pursuing a bachelor's degree in animal science.  Preference will be given to students who show interest in pursuing a career in beef cattle production. 3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
C. M. Kuhlman Memorial Provost's Leadership Scholarship 1250 Recipient must be an agricultural sciences major with an interest in production agriculture.  Additionally, the student must be enrolled a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum 30 semester hours per year.  Preference will be given based on leadership and service to the university; renewable when criteria are met.  3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences

Greg and Denise Mills Memorial Scholarship

(also listed in  Department of Education)

500 Full-time sophomore-senior student majoring in agriculture and/or education; preference is given to families of employees of Cactus Feeders Inc. and to graduates of Dumas High School. 2.5

Department of Education; Department of Agricultural Sciences

Filogomes Alves de Carvalho Neto Memorial Scholarship 500 Full-time students majoring in Animal Science NA Head, Department of Agricultural Sciences
The No Borders Scholarship Varies Recipients must be sophomore or higher standing majoring in one of the areas in the Department of Agricultural Sciences; preference will be given to students transferring from other higher education institutions outside of the region and continuing students that have previously transferred to WTAMU from another institution. 

3.3

Head, Department of Agricultural Sciences
Panhandle Livestock Association Ben and Nancy McIntyre Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate student majoring in agriculture; recipient is expected to attend PLA meetings. 3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Panhandle Livestock Association Frederic C. Schmidt Scholarship Varies Worthy and deserving junior-graduate students majoring in agriculture; recipient is expected to attend PLA meeting. 3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Panhandle-Plains Land Bank Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be an agricultural sciences major and graduate from a high school in one of the four territories of the Land Bank.  Territories include Pampa (Gray, Roberts, Hutchinson, Hemphill), Amarillo (Potter, Randall, Oldham, Carson, Armstrong), Perryton (Hansford, Ochiltree, Lipscomb), and Plainview (Hale, Briscoe, Floyd, Motley, Hall).  Preference will be given to seniors, then juniors, then sophomores.  NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Bill Piehl Agriculture Scholarship 2500

Recipient must be a full-time student in the Department of Agriculture Sciences and actively involved in agriculture and/or university activities.  Recipient must provide an annual letter recapping their year and sharing future plans; renewable.  

2.8 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Dr. John and Kenda Pipkin Endowment for Excellence in Horse Judging Scholarship 500 Student must be a member of the WTAMU horse judging team. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
John S. Plank Agricultural Scholarship 100 Agriculture major of at least a junior standing; financial need and scholastic ability are considered. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Rachel Quest Memorial Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be an active, eligible member of the WTAMU Equestrian Team or WTAMU Horse Judging Team and must be a second semester or higher member of the WTAMU Equestrian Team or WTAMU Horse Judging Team.  Preference shall be given to an Equestrian Team member. 2.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Bradley Jay Rickwartz Memorial Scholarship Varies Junior or senior plant science major; recipient will be from a farm family and demonstrate academic excellence, financial need and leadership activities. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Dr. Bob Robinson Randall County Agriculture Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full-time student in the department of agricultural sciences; active participant in FFA and/or 4-H in Randall County with preference given to 4-H participants.  NA Head, Department of Agricultural Sciences
Dr. Bob and Cleo Robinson Agriculture Support Fund and Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an agriculture major. NA Head, Department of Agricultural Sciences
Dr. Bob and Cleo Robinson Agriculture Support Fund and Scholarship II 500 Recipient must be an agriculture major. NA Head, Department of Agricultural Sciences
David Romley Memorial Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full-time animal science major; preference will be given to students participating in rodeo and students with need. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Smallwood Leadership Scholarship Varies Students with at least a 2.5 GPA with outstanding leadership activities. 2.5 Department of Agricultural Sciences
“Cotton John” Smith Scholarship Varies Agricultural majors. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Southwest Meat Association Meat Science Scholarship Varies Sophomore, junior, or senior pursuing a bachelor's degree in animal science; preference given to students that show an interest in the pursuit of a career in the meat and food sciences. 3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Steve W. Steffey Memorial Scholarship Varies Recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 hours per semester and major in any degree program in the Department of Agricultural Sciences; renewable. 2.5 Department of Agricultural Sciences
B.A. and Jane Ann Stewart Dry land Agriculture Scholarship Varies Agriculture majors with demonstrated interest in dry land agriculture; preference to graduate students with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
David A. Swinford Agriculture Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full-time student in the Department of Agricultural Sciences. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Ronald and Anne Thomason Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate student majoring in one of the disciplines offered by the Department of Agricultural Sciences.  Preference shall be given to students that demonstrate leadership ability; renewable.

2.5 HS or 3.0

Department of Agricultural Sciences
Dr. Ronald C. Thomason Plant Science Scholarship Varies Full-time student majoring in agriculture with an emphasis in plant production. B avg or 3.0 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Rusty Tinnin/Bell Ranch Working Cowboy Scholarship  Varies The recipient must be an agriculture major currently living or working on a working ranch or grew up on a working ranch; renewable. 2.5 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Floyd and "B" Tomlinson Scholarship Varies Students who wish to pursue a career in agriculture; awarded based on scholarship, need and/or leadership. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Jack H. and Ruth Mary Whitson Scholarship Varies A student who graduated from high school in Dallam, Sherman, Hansford, Ochiltree, Lipscomb, Hemphill, Roberts, Hutchinson, Moore or Hartley County.  Recipient may not be eligible for federal or state educational grants; renewable if criteria are met. B avg  or higher; 2.5 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Dr. Donald L. Williams Agriculture Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester, must be a student in the Department of Agricultural Science, and must have graduated from a high school in the Texas Panhandle.  Preference shall be given based on need; students majoring in agricultural business and economics; students involved in leadership activities on campus and in the community; and students working a minimum of 20 hours per week.  This scholarship is renewable if criteria are met. 2.2 Department of Agricultural Sciences
Leonard Wilson Excellence Award 500 Recipient must be an outstanding senior plant science major with consideration given for academic achievement and proven leadership skills.  NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Ed and Patrecia Wright Agriculture Support Fund and Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an agriculture major. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
WTAMU Rodeo Club Program Fund and Scholarship Addendum 500 Recipient will be an active participant on the WTAMU rodeo team. NA Department of Agricultural Sciences
Department of Engineering and Computer Sciences        top
Amarillo Gear Company Scholarship 1000 Recipients must be junior or senior engineering majors, including engineering technology and computer science. 3.0 Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Lyndol Bynum Carter, P.E. Civil Engineering Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full-time junior or senior civil engineering major.  Additionally the student must be a U.S. citizen with proof of citizenship. NA Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Mary Harris Clark Memorial Scholarship Varies Recipients must be engineering majors. NA Department of Engineering and Computer Science
ECS Textbook Scholarship Varies Full-time student in the School of Engineering and Computer Science. NA Director, School of Engineering and Computer Science

Education Credit Union Engineering Scholarship

(formerly known as Engineering Scholarship)

500 Recipient must be a full-time engineering major. 2.5 or hs equivalent Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Engineering-Engineering Tech Scholarship 500 Full-time engineering or engineering technology major; preference will be given based on academic performance. NA Head of Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Fred and Edith Haiduk Memorial Scholarship 500 Outstanding freshman computer science student.  Recipient must have completed six hours of computer science courses by the end of his or her freshman year. 3.5 overall and within computer science Head of Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Robert D. Hollingsworth Scholarship in Engineering Technology Varies Recipient must be a graduate student in engineering technology enrolled in at least 12 hours of graduate engineering technology courses. 3.5 or above Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Johnson Controls Scholarship Fund Varies Recipient must be a sophomore, junior or senior engineering technology major and maintain a full-time (12 or more hours per semester) enrollment status. 2.75 cum Department of Engineering and Computer Science
James S. Kone and Company Scholarship 500 Junior, senior or graduate student majoring in engineering technology and having attended WTAMU for two semesters. 3.0 cum Department of Engineering and Computer Science
McCoy Myers and Associates Internship Program Fund and Scholarship 1250 Computer Science majors are eligible for internships and scholarship awards will be given to "interns in good standing" with McCoy Myers and Associates. NA Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Mechanical Engineering Scholarship/Program Support 500 Recipient must be an engineering (any discipline), engineering technology, or computer science major. NA Director, School of Engineering and Computer Science
James E. Moreland Industrial Safety Endowment Fund Varies Jr/Sr/Grad student majoring in industrial safety. 2.5 avg  3.0 maj Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Bill and Betty Semmelbeck Engineering Scholarship 2500 Recipients must be majoring in pre-engineering, engineering tech or engineering, and based primarily on need. NA Dean of the College of Agriculture, Science and Engineering
Sharyland Utilities Engineering Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full-time engineering or pre-engineering major.  Additionally, the student must be a graduate from a high school in Oldham, Potter, Carson, Armstrong, Randall, Deaf Smith, Castro, Swisher, Briscoe, Floyd, Motley, or Dickens County.  3.5 School of Engineering and Computer Science
J. Shehan Engineering Scholarship 500 Recipient must be enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester and be a civil engineering major; preference will be given to current employees and dependents of employees of J. Shehan Engineering. 3.0 maj Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME) Scholarship 200 Spring Engineering Technology major who is a member of SME. NA Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Donald Sopher Scholarship Varies Recipients must be junior or senior engineering technology majors. 3.0 Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Xcel Energy Foundation Endowed Scholarship in Engineering 500 Recipient must be a undergraduate engineering major. 2.5 Department of Engineering and Computer Science
Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences         top
Dr. Lacy Caldwell Beckham and Joanne Beckham Memorial Scholarship Varies Junior and senior students planning a career in medicine. 3.0 Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Biology Activities Account Varies Entering freshmen majoring in Biology related programs. NA Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Dr. John S. Brantley Memorial Scholarship Varies Full-time junior or senior premedical major. NA Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Robert C. and Ada  Busteed Scholarship Varies All students. 3.0 Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences

John B. and Mary O. Coleman Scholarship

(also listed in Political Science and Criminal Justice)

Varies Pre-dental, pre-law, political science and criminal justice majors; completed 30 or more semester hours.  2.2 Department of Political Sciences and Criminal Justice
Cooper Crouse-Hinds Environmental Excellence Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) environmental science major in good standing. 3.0 Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Ecological PCL Database Scholarship 500 Recipient must be actively participating in research. NA Environmental Science Program Coordinator
C. J. Fowlston Scholarship NA Undergraduate geology major or related environment field who is active in campus affairs; student must not be a previous recipient of this scholarship. 2.0 or 3.0 Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Shawn Freytag Memorial Scholarship 500 Junior or Senior pre-physical therapy major. NA Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Geology Excellence Scholarship Varies Students majoring in geology. NA Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Dr. Thomas S. and Helen Gerald Scholarship Varies Worthy and deserving full-time junior or senior students; preference to pre-medical or pre-dental majors. 3.0 Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Craig Ray Hamman Memorial Scholarship 500 Junior or senior student majoring in geology or related environmental discipline; renewable. 3.0 Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Willis E. Harrison, D.D.S. Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) junior or senior pre-dental majors; financial need will be the primary consideration. 3.2 Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Tom Kritser Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate students with at least two regular semesters at WTAMU who are planning a career in wildlife management. 3.0 Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Dr. David Miller Memorial Scholarship Varies Sophomore, junior or senior pre-medicine major. 3.3 Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Dr. Robert and Dorothy Neblett Scholarship 500 Junior or senior students majoring in pre-medicine. NA Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
John Phillip Notestine Geology Scholarship Varies Full-time returning junior or senior student seeking a BS in geology; renewable. NA Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Panhandle Geological Society Endowment Scholarship Fund Varies Geology and/or geophysics majors planning a career in geology or geophysics. NA Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Dr. Jim Rogers Environmental Science Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an environmental science major with preference given to students with financial need. NA Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Ron Samuels/IHS Energy Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a freshman geology major. NA Department Head/Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Nathan Edward Sauer Memorial Scholarship 500 Pre-medical or pre-dental students originally from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle; completed 60 hours. 3.5 WTAMU Alumni Association
  Varies   3.0 Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics         top
Alumni/Faculty Math and Physical Science Endowment 500 Recipient will be enrolled in the Department of Math, Chemistry and Physics. NA Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
Robert E. Barieau Research Scholarship

500

Full-time students majoring in mathematics, chemistry or physics with preference to students engaged in research projects with the Department of Math, Chemistry and Physics and/or the Alternative Energy Institute.   NA Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
Treasure Brasher Endowed Scholarship in the Physical Sciences 500 Recipient must be pursuing a major within the Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics Department with preference to students majoring in Physics or Chemistry and those actively participating in the Association of Math and Physical Science.  NA Head, Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
Dr. Howard Andrew Chamblin Memorial Physics Scholarship Varies Recipients must be physics majors, enrolled in a physics course each semester. 3.0 Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics

E. R. “ Dutch” and Odessie Cleavinger Award

(also listed in Department of Education)

Varies Awards to one outstanding math education major and one outstanding junior math major. NA Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
Dr. Hollis L. Cook Scholarship Varies Graduate students planning a career in mathematics. 3.0
3.5 in math
Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
Edna Graham Memorial Mathematics Scholarship Varies Mathematics major or minor; must have at least 24 hours of mathematics credit before consideration will be given.  In considering students of equal rank, preference will be given to the student who has the most hours in mathematics.  At least 30 hours must be earned at WTAMU before consideration will be given; preference among students of equal rank will be given to those who have done all their work at WTAMU.  Recipient must be a good citizen and show good qualities of leadership; renewable.  3.0 Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
John Edward Miller Memorial Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a mathematics major enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester; preference will be given based on need. NA Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
Fletcher Moseley Memorial Scholarship Fund Varies Student must be an underclassman that shows outstanding achievement in the field of abstract and/or linear algebra.  2.5 avg          3.0 maj Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
The C. A. Murray Mathematics Scholarship Fund Varies Outstanding female undergraduate students; math or math education. NA Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
Douglass Alfred Shirley Scholarship Varies Senior students majoring in Physical Science. 3.0 Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
College of Business        top
Malouf and Iris Abraham Business Scholarships Varies Business majors planning a business career. 3.0 Dean, College of Business
Amarillo Executive Association Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full time undergraduate or graduate student majoring in the College of Business with preference to dependents of active members of the Amarillo Executive Association; renewable. 3.0 Dean, College of Business
The Phillip and Anna Mae Andrews Scholarship 500 Recipient must demonstrate financial need with preference to College of Business majors. NA Dean, College of Business
Mildred Bassett Business Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) majoring in business. 2.5 Dean, College of Business
Sharon Brown Leadership Scholarship 1000 Students pursuing careers in banking, finance or accounting with preference given to high school graduates from the northernmost 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle; class rank and ACT/SAT scores will be considered.  Recipients must be full-time (12 hours per semester) business majors and demonstrate leadership; renewable.  85 avg College of Business
Business Education Scholarship Varies Outstanding undergraduate and graduate Business Education majors with preference to resident undergraduate students; merit will be considered. NA Dean, College of Business
C. C. Callarman Memorial Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate business major planning a career in business and completed at least two semesters at WTAMU. 3.0 Dean, College of Business
Bob Chester Memorial Scholarship Varies Outstanding business majors with preference to members of Alpha Kappa Psi.  NA Dean, College of Business
Levi W. and Margaret T. Cole Endowment Fund Varies All business majors; based on academic ability and general intelligence; personal character and financial need. NA Dean, College of Business
D. Edward Davis College of Business Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate College of Business major enrolled full-time.  Preference will be given based on need.  3.0 Dean of College of Business
Virginia "Jinx" Engler Scholarship Varies Full-time students majoring in business. 3.0 Dean of College of Business
J. W. And Nell Foust Alumni Association Scholarship Varies Students in business who have completed 60 semester hour.  The award will be presented at the Phoenix Club Banquet. 3.0 Dean, College of Business
Wayne and Patsy Fox Scholarship Varies Business major taking a minimum of 12 hours per semester; based on need. 3.0 Dean, College of Business
Wayne and Patsy Fox  Scholarship II Varies Business major taking a minimum of 12 hours per semester; based on need. 3.0 Dean, College of Business
Wayne and Patsy Fox Scholarship III Varies Business major taking a minimum of 12 hours per semester; based on need. 3.0 Dean, College of Business
The Friends of the College of Business Scholarship 1000 Full-time (15 semester hours) junior or senior College of Business major with preference to students pursuing an accounting degree. NA Dean, College of Business
Ida Clay Hager Memorial Business Scholarship Varies Freshman business major who has attended all years of high school and graduated from one of the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. 3.0 Dean, College of Business
Robert Austin Hatcher Scholarship Varies Needy and deserving students majoring in business. NA Dean, College of Business
Don and Freddie Hodge Business Scholarship 500 College of Business majors NA Dean, College of Business
Hudgins Crosier Sumpter, PC Educational Intern Scholarship Varies Business major interested in pursuing a career in the public accounting profession.  Completion of 18 credit hours of accounting course work; priority given to accounting majors but other undergraduate and graduate business majors are considered; student that is working part-time or seeking internship experience in the accounting profession preferred. NA Dean, College of Business
Matador Resources/Harrold E. Melton Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a freshman business major and show financial need. NA College of Business
Matador Resources/William E. Semmelbeck Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a freshman business major who has financial need. NA College of Business
MICROFOUR Inc. Scholarship 1000 CIS, finance, accounting, or marketing major. 2.5 Dean, College of Business
Jerry Miller Scholarship Fund Varies Freshmen students majoring in business. NA Dean, College of Business
Larry and LaVelle Mills Family Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a business major; renewable. 2.8 pref Dean, College of Business
NAIFA Amarillo Area Scholarship Varies Recipients must be business majors; academic ability, not necessarily honor students, good character, and potential to become contributors to the business community will be considered. NA Dean, College of Business
Kenneth H. Olsen Scholarship Endowment Fund Varies Junior, senior or graduate business majors.  NA Dean, College of Business
T. Boone Pickens Scholarship Varies Outstanding business majors. NA Dean, College of Business
Realtor’s  Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate business administration majors who have demonstrated an interest in a profession related to real estate; renewable. 3.0 Dean, College of Business
Ann Weatherly Vincent Scholarship 1500 Freshmen planning a degree in business; renewable. "B" 3.0 Dean, College of Business
Ronald and Sandra Watts Scholarship 500 All College of Business majors. NA Dean, College of Business
Ruth B. Williams Scholarship Varies All College of Business majors, although priority is given to students most closely meeting the following criteria:  single parent pursuing higher education in business; demonstrated financial need; working a part-time or full-time job while pursuing business degree; demonstrated character via commitment to public service and volunteerism; and sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student status. 2.5 Dean, College of Business

H. Eugene Worsham and Brown, Graham and Company Scholarship

(also listed in Accounting, Economics and Finance)

300 Junior or senior business major, preferably accounting majors, with a minimum 12 hours each semester; scholastic ability, leadership, participation in extracurricular activities and potential in major will be considered; renewable.  2.5 cum 
3.0 in major
Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Dean, College of Business
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James and Linda Bagley Scholarship Varies Accounting majors NA College of Business
Mildred Bassett Finance Scholarship Varies Preference will be given to female, part-time (6-9 hrs/sem) students working toward a degree in finance.  Recipient must continue working at least 30 hours per week while receiving scholarship funds, and maintain a 3.3 GPA. 3.3 Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
J. Herschel Coffee Scholarship Fund 300 Min. Undergraduate and graduate students majoring in economics with preference to senior students; academic achievement and student's character will be considered. NA Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
E. Wayne Davidson Memorial Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an accounting, economics or finance major.  Preference to juniors, seniors and graduate students and also, veteran and/or a nontraditional student; renewable. 3.0 College of Business
Barry L. Duman Family Scholarship  Varies Recipient must be a full-time second-, third- or fourth-year economics or finance major.  Preference will be given to an economics major. 3.0 Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Gene Edwards Scholarship Varies Students seeking a banking or finance career. NA Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Vincent M. Eggers Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be a junior or senior; economics majors are first choice, finance majors are second choice and accounting majors are third choice; preference will be given based on need. 3.0 Department Head; Department of Accounting Economics & Finance
Arthur J. Glover Accounting Scholarship 100 Min. Outstanding junior, senior, and graduate students majoring in accounting. NA Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Haggard Scholarship, Panhandle Chapter of Texas Society of CPA's 1200 Outstanding student in accounting; renewable. NA Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Dale R. Hall Accounting Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate accounting major planning an accounting career; must have completed a minimum of two regular semesters at WTAMU.  3.0 Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Terry W. Harris Memorial Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a junior or senior majoring in accounting, economics, or finance field and in good standing. 3.0 Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
David Hill Second Chance Fund Varies Primarily need based.  Priority will be given to a returning student in accounting who, like Ms. Hill needs a "second chance" at a new career later in life. NA Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Institute of Management Accountants Scholarship Varies Full-time students maintaining a minimum of 12 hour, 15 preferred, with completion of nine hours accounting including the first semester of intermediate accounting, exhibit need for assistance; or may be part-time students carrying a minimum of six hours with completion of nine hours accounting including the first semester of intermediate accounting, employed part-time (20 hours per week) and exhibit need for assistance. 3.0 Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Lasater-Looney Scholarship 400 Political science or economics major with 12 hours of both (at least 6 hours upper division in each); one year the award is to a political science major and the next year the award is to an economics major. NA Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
W. Byron Lawrence Finance and Economics Scholarship  Varies Junior or senior students pursuing a career in banking, finance or economics who has completed a minimum of 65 hours; character, leadership potential and family circumstances will be considered; renewable.  2.5 Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
William F. McWhirter Scholarship 1000 Junior or senior accounting major, top 20 percent of class according to GPA, and graduate of a high school in the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. NA Dean, College of Business
Larry and Sandra Oldham Accounting Scholarship 500 Accounting majors demonstrating financial need with preference to students from Midland, Texas or the surrounding area. NA Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Pulliam Family Scholarship  Varies Established to provide scholarships and assistance to deserving accounting and MPA students.  Recipients must be undergraduate or graduate accounting majors. NA Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Parman E. Reynolds Business Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an economics or finance major with preference to a returning student and/or single parent. 3.0 Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Mary Frances Saunders Scholarship  Varies All students majoring in finance. 3.0 Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Terry Scholarship Fund  Varies Provides scholarships and assistance to deserving economics, finance and MBA students. NA Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Leon Trekell Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be the top student in intermediate accounting (ACCT 3331 and ACCT 3332) as determined primarily by class average but tempered with consideration given for class assignment completion and class attendance.  Recipient must have completed both classes or completed ACCT 3331 and be currently enrolled in ACCT 3332 as an "on-campus" student at WTAMU, no online classes or transfers.  Recipient must have completed both classes within the 12 months prior to announcement of the award.  Based only on performance in ACCT 3331 and ACCT 3332 with no attention to academic major, past performance in other courses, or overall GPA.  NA Department Head, Accounting, Economics and Finance
David and Myrt Wilder Scholarship  1000 Full-time (12 hours per semester) students majoring in accounting or finance with preference to students exhibiting need. 2.5 Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance

H. Eugene Worsham and Brown, Graham and Company Scholarship

(also listed in College of Business)

300 Junior or senior business major, preferably accounting majors, with a minimum 12 hours each semester; scholastic ability, leadership, participation in extracurricular activities and potential in major will be considered; renewable.  2.5 avg  3.0 maj. Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
Dean, College of Business
WTAMU Accounting Club Scholarship Varies Must be a sophomore and above accounting major and member of WTAMU Accounting Club; academic record; university and community activities; and financial need will be considered. NA Department of Accounting, Economics & Finance
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Abdullat-Maaytah CIS Scholarship 500 Recipient must be enrolled as a full-time sophomore, junior, senior or graduate CIS major or any College of Business major with preference to a CIS major. 3.0 Department of Information and Decision Management
Anderson Merchandisers Scholarship 2500 Recipients must be enrolled as a CIS major in good academic standing; must be a participant in WTAMU's cooperative education and internship program; must maintain "intern in good standing" status with Anderson Merchandisers Internship Scholarship to be considered for the next semester. NA Department of Information and Decision Management

Joseph and Rhoanna (Griego) Austin Scholarship

(also listed in Nursing Department)

500 Recipient must be an incoming freshman majoring in IDM or nursing and enrolled full time; renewable if student maintains progress towards their degree and maintain a 3.0 GPA. 3.25 or 85 GPA Scholarship Services
Computer Science Association Scholarship 100-200 Full-time (12 hours per semester, preferred 15)  or part-time (6 hours per semester) information and decision management or CS majors.  Recipient must be active in the Department of Information and Decision Management. 3.0 Department of Information and Decision Management
Philip J. Gensler Scholarship Fund for Students Majoring in IDM Varies Recipients must have declared a major in the CIS department or be an incoming freshmen with the written intention of majoring within the CIS department.  Non-incoming freshman recipients must have completed at least 12 semester hours of coursework during the previous semester. Must be enrolled in at least 12 hours per semester. 3.0 Department of Information and Decision Management
Information Systems Scholarship Varies IDM or computer science majors; competitive GPA. NA Department of Information and Decision Management
Carey Lyles Memorial Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be a CIS/IDM major and enrolled in at least six hours per semester.  3.0 Department of Information and Decision Management

Scholarship for Enterprising Students

(also listed in  Management, Marketing and General Business)

Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) students majoring in information and decision management, management, marketing or general business.  The recipient must be a U.S. citizen with preference given to Panhandle area students who demonstrate a visible interested and involvement in entrepreneurial activities.   3.0 Department of Information and Decision Management
Dr. and Mrs. Thannoun Scholarship 500 First-generation college students majoring in information and decision management and in at least six hours.  3.0 Department of Information and Decision Management
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Business Management Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a management major with preference to junior, senior or graduate students who demonstrate good academic ability and show good potential in management through demonstrated leadership in academic and extracurricular activities. NA Department of Management Marketing and General Business
Ocie G. Chism Scholarship Endowment Fund Varies All marketing majors. NA Department of Management Marketing and General Business
CINTAS Corporate Business Scholarship 1000(2) Two students from Management, Marketing, or General Business will be selected for award.  Selection will be made by the College of Business Scholarship Committee based on GPA required by the scholarship committee. NA Department of Management Marketing and General Business
Don R. Fraser Memorial Scholarship Varies Outstanding marketing students. NA Department of Management Marketing and General Business
Robert S. Glazer Memorial Scholarship in Business 1000 Recipient must be enrolled in the College of Business studying marketing, management or general business; junior or senior standing; and be a full-time student (at least 9 hours per semester). 3.0 Department of Management Marketing and General Business
Institute of Marketing Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) marketing majors. 3.0 Department of Management Marketing and General Business/College of Business
Panhandle Human Resources Association Scholarship Varies Recipients will be business management majors taking a minimum of 12 hours per semester; based on need. B Department of Management Marketing and General Business

Scholarship for Enterprising Students

(also listed in Information and Decision Management)

Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) students majoring in information and decision management, management, marketing or general business.  The recipient must be a U.S. citizen with preference given to Panhandle area students who demonstrate a visible interested and involvement in entrepreneurial activities.   3.0 Department of Management Marketing and General Business
Bill and Betty Semmelbeck Business Scholarship 2500 Recipient must be a marketing major (first choice), management major (second choice) or general business major (third choice).  Selection will be made primarily on need. NA Dean of the College of Business
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Greater Texas Foundation-Dr. Fred and Betty Stoker Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be a College of Education and Social Sciences major enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester.  Preference will be given based on need, may be renewable. NA Dean of the College of Education and Social Sciences
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A.A.U.W., Amarillo Branch, Ruby Lee Smith Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a female full-time junior or senior education major planning to teach history and/or social studies and having completed one semester at WTAMU and one or more of the Fundamentals of Education courses.  Preference will be given to secondary education students planning to teach history and/or social studies; renewable.  3.0 Department of Education
Myles Adrian and Imogene Kelly Memorial Scholarship Varies Education majors and/or students pursuing a career in teaching.  Recipient must be a graduates from Pampa High School, Canyon High School, Dimmitt High School, Paschal High School, or Perryton High School enrolled in a minimum of 9 hours per semester; renewable.  3.0 Department of Education
Amarillo Retired Teachers Association (ARTA) Education Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be a graduate from one of the four Amarillo ISD high schools; must enroll in a Teacher Education Program at WTAMU; accepted by the Teacher Education Unit of the Department of Education; and is a junior or senior. 3.0 Department of Education
Arnold Gentry and Vivian Dunn Attebury Memorial Scholarship in Education 250 Junior, senior and graduate education majors; must have completed two semesters at WTAMU. 3.0 Department of Education
Mary Collins Bagot Scholarship 500 Junior, senior and graduate education majors; must have completed two semesters at WTAMU. 3.0 Department of Education
Raymond W. and Enid Bates Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate students (preference to undergraduates) education majors planning a career in teaching.  Student must have attended WTAMU at least two semesters. 3.25 Department of Education
Raymond W. and Enid Bates/Golden Spread Coin Club, Inc. Varies Education majors planning a teaching career with preference given to Kappa Delta Pi members or those who are eligible for membership.  Recipient must be a junior, senior or graduate student with preference given to undergraduates.  Student must have attended WTAMU at least two semesters. 3.25 Department of Education
Bennink Education Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate education major who is planning a career in education; must have completed two semesters at WTAMU. 3.0 Department of Education
Helen Slater Bentley Education Scholarship 500 Junior or senior education major 3.0 Department of Education
The Gladys W. Boedeker Leadership Scholarship in Education Varies Recipient must be an elementary education major. 2.5 Department of Education
Delee Taylor Carter Endowed Scholarship in Educaton 2000 Recipient must be a full-time education major with preference to elementary education majors with an emphasis in reading and students demonstrating strong leadership capabilities. NA Dean, College of Education and Social Sciences
Leta M. Cayton Memorial Scholarship Varies Full-time education major with emphasis in bilingual education/secondary Spanish or ESL, and committed to a career in teaching. NA Department of Education
Childre-Mayhew Scholarship Varies Teacher education students. NA Department of Education

E. R. "Dutch" and Odessie Cleavinger Award

(also listed in Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics)

Varies Outstanding junior math major and outstanding math education major. NA Department of Mathematics, Chemistry and Physics
Frances Collins Christian Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) junior, senior or graduate education major and must have completed two semesters at WTAMU. 3.0 Department of Education
Allie Smith Collins Scholarship 500 Junior, senior or graduate students majoring in education who have completed two semesters at WTAMU. 3.0 Department of Education
Peggy and Bill Cotton Scholarship Varies Graduates of Vega High School who wish to pursue a career in education.  In 2000, it was expanded to include students graduating from any high school in Oldham County and also include counseling and PACE program students.  The student must be enrolled full time (12 hours per semester) unless a counseling or PACE program student.

3.0 HS

2.5 WT

Department of Education
The Nadine Crum, Karen Burkhart and Bryna Harris Education Fund Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) junior or senior education majors preparing to teach in Texas public schools.  Preference will be given to descendants of Nadine Crum, graduates of Perryton High School or others qualified from the northernmost 26 counties of Texas. 3.0 Department of Education
Elva Mae Deer Memorial Scholarship Varies Students majoring in education pursuing a teaching certification. NA Department of Education
Betsy Dickerson Memorial Scholarship 400 Full-time (12 hours per semester) education major planning a career in teaching; renewable.  2.5 Department of Education
Education Credit Union Scholarship for Special Education Majors 1500 Full-time (12 hours per semester) special education major with preference to students interested in learning disabilities. NA Department of Education
Dorothy Egerton Farley Memorial Scholarship

1000-1500

 

Full-time (12 hours per semester) elementary education major who might not otherwise be financially able to attend college; must be of good moral character, renewable. 3.0 Department of Education
Sergeant First Class Tommy I. Folks, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Varies Recipient must be an education or sports and exercise science major (preference for an education major) and then determined by the following criteria:  a member of good standing in the Texas Army National Guard, or a dependent of a current or retired Texas Army National Guardsman; or, if neither previous criteria can be met, the scholarship can be opened to any student entering into education or sports and exercise science major, enrolled in either courses each semester. 2.5 Department of Education
Future Teacher Blue Chip Recruits Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate students enrolled in a WTAMU teacher preparation program, identified as “Future Teacher Blue Chip Recruits” by the department, or students who have completed an “Agreement to Participate and Declaration of Intent to Teach” form. Entering freshmen students must be in the top quarter of their high school graduating class and maintain a cumulative 2.5 GPA.  Sophomore and junior students must maintain a cumulative 2.75 GPA and senior students must maintain a cumulative 3.0 GPA.  Preference will be given to students enrolled in the following high need areas of the teacher preparation program: mathematics, science (including life science and physical science), special education, languages other than English, technology, and bilingual education. Additional qualifications may be determined by WTAMU; renewable.  top 25% or 2.5 fresh.; 2.75 soph. and 3.0 sr Department of Education
Future Teacher Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an education major planning a career in teaching. 3.25 Department of Education
Kenneth and Christine Gibson Scholarship Varies Students majoring in education with preference for elementary education majors.  Also, preference first year to an entering freshman; renewable. 2.5 Department of Education
Clyde V. Goodwine Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) students from the Texas Panhandle who are pursuing teacher certification.  2.5 Department of Education
Howard D. Graves Scholarship Varies Recipient must have junior standing or above; hold the highest grade point average of those applying; must be able to demonstrate financial need; be enrolled in a regular teacher certification program; and recommended by the Education Scholarship Committee. NA Department of Education
Dr. Ted Guffy Scholarship Fund 500 First consideration will be given to an incoming female athlete who graduated from Canyon High School with a minimum 85 GPA and plans to certify as a teacher in a shortage area.  In the event that no one is found meeting the criteria, another "future teacher" of any classification may be recommended, but should come with a recommendation from a member of the COE Scholarship Committee and approved by the Guffy family; renewable. 2.75 Department of Education
H. K. "Tex" and Ruth R. Guthrie Scholarship 500 Students pursuing a degree in education who are committed to teach in the public school system.  3.25 Department of Education
Rose T. Hall Math Education Scholarship Varies Outstanding junior or senior full-time (12 hours per semester) math education majors will be considered. NA Department of Education
The High Plains Instructional Staff Development Scholarship 2500 Undergraduate students enrolled in a WTAMU teacher preparation program for not less than twelve (12) semester credit hours; undergraduate students who have completed an “Agreement to Participate and Declaration of Intent to Teach” form; graduate students currently enrolled in a WTAMU teacher preparation program for not less than six (6) semester credit hours; and students enrolled in the Panhandle Alternative Certification Program.  Preference will be given to students enrolled in the following high need areas of the teacher preparation program: mathematics, science (including life science and physical science, special education, languages other than English, technology, and bilingual education.  Additional qualifications may be considered.   NA Department of Education
LaRue Hite Education Scholarship Varies Returning women students majoring in education.   Preference is given to female students returning to or beginning school later in life and pursuing a career in teaching; renewable at the Committee's discretion. NA Department of Education
Instructional Technology Scholarship Varies Recipient must be pursuing a graduate degree in Instructional Technology on a full-time basis; based on need, scholarship, leadership, and student involvement; renewable. 3.0 Department of Education
Mary Ann Winfrey Juels Scholarship 500 Junior, senior, or graduate student majoring in education, preferably elementary education; preference to graduates of high schools in the Texas Panhandle. 3.0 Department of Education
Dr. Jim L. and Sue Carole Kidd Scholarship

500-1000

Recipient must be a Caprock High School, Amarillo, TX, graduating senior or a spouse or child of a CHS graduate.  Additionally, the student must be enrolled full-time and enter a teacher education program and demonstrate financial need; renewable.  3.0 Department of Education
Dr. Mike King Scholarship Varies Students graduating from a Canyon Independent School District (CISD) high school who are pursuing a career in education.  Must be enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester) and meet requirements for admission to WTAMU and the education program. In alternate years, the scholarship will be given to elementary education and secondary education majors. NA Department of Education
The Glenn and Sallie Lloyd Education Scholarship Up to 1000 Junior or senior education major with a goal of teaching in a public school system. 2.5 Department of Education
Wanda Claborn Lockridge Memorial Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an education major. 2.5 Department of Education
J. B. and Lois Lowe Endowment Fund Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) junior, senior or graduate education majors pursuing a career in classroom teaching; student must have completed two semesters at WTAMU. 2.5 Department of Education
Ruth Lowes Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate education majors planning a teaching career.  The student must have completed two semesters at WTAMU.  3.25 Department of Education
Nancy McCaslin Memorial Scholarship Varies Full-time undergraduate junior pursuing any education certification degree; renewable. 3.0 Department of Education
Metro AMBUCS/Carolyn Easterling Memorial Fund Varies Recipient must be a junior or senior education major enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester).  Additionally, financial need will be considered. 3.0 Department of Education

Greg and Denise Mills Memorial Scholarship

(also listed in Department of Agricultural Sciences)

500 Full-time sophomore, junior or senior students majoring in agriculture and/or education; preference to families of employees of Cactus Feeders and graduate of Dumas High School.  2.5 Department of Education; Department of Agriculture Sciences
John and Jo Mozola Education Scholarship 1000 Full-time (12 hours per semester) incoming freshmen who are committed education majors with a desire to teach. 3.0 Department of Education
John and Jo Mozola Math Education Scholarship 1500 Full-time student pursuing a degree in math education who demonstrates a sincere intent to teach in Potter and Randall counties. 3.0 Department of Education
Nathaniel "Nat" and Helen Neal Scholarship 500 Undergraduate or graduate students planning a teaching career with preference to minority students. 3.0 Department of Education
Panhandle Council of Administrators of Special Education Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a graduate student who resides in the Region 16 area seeking a degree in the educational diagnostician program; renewable. NA Head, Department of Education
Gerald G. and Mary E. Parker Scholarship Varies Members of Kappa Delta Pi. 3.0 Department of Education

Dipakben J. Patel Endowed Scholarship


(also listed in Psychology, Sociology and Social Work & Nursing)

500 Junior, senior and graduate students, preferably female in teacher education, social work or nursing. 3.0 Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Dr. E.B. and Martha Elizabeth "Beth" Posey Education Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an education major with a commitment to teach in the top 26 counties of the Texas Panhandle. 3.0 Department of Education
Ima Scott Redden College of Education Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an undergraduate full-time female student majoring in education or intend to teach; renewable. 2.5 Department of Education
J. W. "Ted" Reid Memorial Scholarship 500 Junior or senior education majors seeking a teaching career. NA Department of Education
Dr. Don A. Rice '66 and Sara Slagle Rice '66 Endowed Scholarship 500

Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate student working toward a degree in teacher education with a family income of $50,000 or less. Also, must be a Texas resident for at least two years with first preference to a married parent with children living in the home juggling work and care of children; second preference to single parent with children living in the home followed by student 25 years or older, married with or without children living in the home; and student 25 years or older, married with or without children living in the home working toward a master's degree in teacher education; renewable.

NA Dean, College of Education and Social Sciences
Eddie Mae Scott College of Education Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an undergraduate full-time female student majoring in education or intend to teach; renewable. 2.5 Department of Education
Douglass Alfred Shirley Scholarship Varies Junior or senior education majors. 3.0 Department of Education
Texas Association of Future Educators (T.A.F.E.) Student Scholarship Varies Student must be an incoming freshman enrolled full-time and pursuing any education certification degree.  Also, student must currently be or previously have been a member of the Region 16 T.A.F.E. organization. 3.0 Department of Education

Easton and Lila Wall President's Honor Scholarship in Education

(formerly Easton and Lila Wall Provost's Leadership Scholarship)

2000 Recipient must be enrolled in a minimum of 15 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 30 semester hours per year.  Additionally, the student must provide leadership and service to the University and community.  Also, student must have been a high school graduate of one of the following Texas high schools in (first choice) Angleton, Canyon, Dumas, Stratford or Vega, Texas or (second choice) any high school in the Texas Panhandle. The student must have a sincere interest and desire in acquiring teaching credentials to teach in an elementary of secondary school in the state of Texas; renewable. 3.4 WTAMU President's Office
Kenneth Waugh Scholarship (1993) 500 Counselor Education major. 3.0 Department of Education
Kenneth Waugh Scholarship (1995) 500 Counselor Education major. 3.0 Department of Education
W. Rob and Judy D. Williams Endowed Scholarship Fund 1500 Student must be a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate pursuing any education certification degree; renewable. 3.3 Department of Education
Claud and Inell Zevely Scholarship Varies Student must be a special education major and must take at least 12 hours per semester or complete a minimum of 24 semester hours a year; renewable. 2.5 Department of Education
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John B. and Mary O. Coleman Scholarship

(also listed in Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences)

Varies Pre-dental, pre-law, political science or criminal justice majors; completed 30 hrs. 2.2 Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Criminal Justice Master's Program Scholarship Varies Criminal justice graduate students in good standing. NA Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Maxine Durrett Earl Charitable Scholarship in Political Science 5000 Full-time sophomore, junior, senior political science major.  First preference given to Garza county students; second preference to the following counties: Gaines, Dawson, Borden, Scurry, Kent, Lynn, Terry, Yoakum, Cochran, Hockley, Lubbock, Crosby, Dickens, Motley, Floyd, Hale, Lamb and Bailey.  Third preference given to the following counties:  Andrews, Martin, Howard, Mitchell, Nolan, Taylor, Callahan, Shackelford, Jones, Fisher, Stonewall, Haskell, Throckmorton, Baylor, Knox, King, Cottle, Foard, Wilbarger, Hardeman, Childress, Hall, Briscoe, Swisher, Castro, Parmer, Deaf Smith, Randall, Armstrong, Donley, Collingworth, Wheeler, Gray, Carson, Potter, Oldham, Hartley, Moore, Hutchinson, Roberts, Hemphill, Lipscomb, Ochiltree, Hansford, Sherman, Dallam, and the following counties in New Mexico:  Chaves, Lea, Roosevelt, Curry, and Quay. 3.0 Head, Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Captain Ed Foster Law Enforcement Scholarship Varies Criminal justice students with an emphasis in law enforcement who have completed at least 45 hours at WTAMU. 2.75 Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Harrington Law Enforcement Scholarship Fund Part tuition, fees, and books Full-time criminal justice professionals from Randall, Potter and Deaf Smith Counties; must enroll in 6 or more undergraduate or 3 graduate hrs. 2.3 UG 3.3 Grad Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Margaret and Jerry Hodge Criminal Justice Scholarship Varies Graduate students majoring in criminal justice; students must be in good academic standing. NA Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Judge Marvin Jones Scholarship 500 Students exhibiting outstanding character and leadership ability.  Selection of recipients shall be made on a competitive basis taking into consideration high school rank, SAT or ACT scores or GPA of previous college work; evidence of outstanding character and leadership ability; involvement in extracurricular activities; and past honors received. NA Dean, College of Education and Social Sciences
Lasater-Looney Scholarship in Political Economics Varies Political science or economics major with 12 hours of both political science and economics (at least six hours upper division in each).  NA Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Brent T. Lynch Criminal Justice Scholarship Award NA Undergraduate criminal justice majors who has completed a minimum of 60 semester hours.   3.0 Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Travis McBride Political Science Scholarship Fund Varies Recipient must be enrolled at WTAMU; other eligibility will be determined by the department's scholarship committee. NA Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Debra McCartt Public Service and Administration Scholarship 3500 The McCartt scholar must be a full-time junior or senior public service and administration major.  In the event that there is no public service and administration major, the scholarship may be awarded to a political science major with interest in public service; renewable.  3.0 Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Jerry Neal Scholarship 500 Student must be majoring in criminal justice.  Preference will be given based on need and also Amarillo police officers, employees of the city of Amarillo who are preparing to become police officers, or children of employees of the city of Amarillo who are preparing to become police officers; renewable when criteria are met. 2.5 Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Jesse and Grace Osborn Endowment Fund Varies Students majoring in political science, criminal justice or a related field with an emphasis in political science or criminal justice who have completed 12 hours in political science and/or criminal justice. 3.0 Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Retired Professors Scholarship for Political Science and Criminal Justice 500 Students majoring in political science or criminal justice. NA Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Walter L. Shelly Political Science Scholarship Varies Students from the Texas or Oklahoma Panhandle majoring in political science and who have the talent and commitment to succeed in undergraduate political science with special interest in Texas government or political theory.  Student must be enrolled in 15 hours per semester, 3.5 GPA, 40 hours per semester in volunteer activities with accredited non-profit organization focusing on children’s issues, and pursue career in government, law or teaching government.  Student must have good character, leadership, enthusiastic about major and financial need. 3.5 Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Max and Gene Alice Sherman Public Affairs Scholarship Varies Undergraduate students majoring in political science or a related public affairs discipline; completed a minimum of 30 semester hours.   2.5 Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
Claudia D. Stravato Women in Government Scholarship Varies Political science majors planning a career in public administration; recipient must have completed two semesters at WTAMU and be of at least junior standing.  3.0 Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
John Ward Public Administration Scholarship Varies Recipient must be an undergraduate majoring in political science, public administration or emergency management administration or must be enrolled in the graduate program pursuing a Masters in Political Science.  Applicants will be required to submit an essay explaining their interest/intent  in the public administration field. 3.0 Department of Political Science and Criminal Justice
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Jane Addams Memorial Scholarship Varies Students with a minimum of nine hours in social work or sociology.  2.5 Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
LaNelle Bassett-Winn Counseling and Guidance Scholarship 500 Full-time junior, senior or graduate student with preference to psychology majors with a focus on counseling and guidance.  If a psychology major cannot be found, the recipient may be an education major with a focus on counseling and guidance.  If a career is education is not viable, the recipient may have the option of entering the professional guidance and counseling industry.  The student must be working towards the current counseling standards and certification.  The student must also be a working parent or active member of the military reserves with a child. 3.0 Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Brian M. Beckley Scholarship 600 Recipient must be a sociology major and selection will be based on GPA.   NA Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Dorothy Gimp Brand Scholarship Varies Recipients will be outstanding professional candidates in psychology, sociology and social work; based upon academic performance and academic potential. NA Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Tom Cannon Student Service Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate psychology majors. 3.0 Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
W. Joseph Findley Scholarship Fund Varies Recipients must be junior, senior or graduate psychology majors who are planning a career in psychology and completed two semesters at WTAMU.  3.0 avg 3.5 Psy Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Mahatma Gandhi Memorial Scholarship Award Varies Recipient must have completed 60 credit hours; financial need is the most important factor considered. 2.5 Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
W. Mitchell Jones Scholarship Fund Varies Recipient must be a junior, senior or graduate psychology major who is planning a career in psychology and completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU.  3.0 avg 3.5 Psy Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Marjorie Waddle Kruckeberg Scholarship Varies Promising students majoring in social work; demonstrate outstanding communication skills with preference for students with a strong interest in direct contact/counseling of families; financial need is a consideration. 2.5 Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Judith Mathewson Lankford Social Work Scholarship 500 Recipient must have completed 9 hours in the social work program. NA Head, Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Jay Allen Mathis Memorial Scholarship Varies Psychology majors planning a career in psychology who have completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU and attained junior, senior or graduate standing. 3.0 avg 3.5 Psy Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Sibyl Mitchell Scholarship Varies Hard working student in a social science field; recipient must have demonstrated financial need. 2.0-3.0 Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Nona L. Moore Scholarship Fund Varies Social work, sociology and psychology majors who have attended WTAMU at least two regular semesters. 3.0 overall and in major Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
National Association of Social Workers NASW, Amarillo Unit NA Recipient will be a NASW member and participate in Amarillo Unit meetings, workshops and seminars; be in good academic standing with an accumulation of 12 hours social work credits; and graduate or undergraduate standing.  Financial need is considered.  NA Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Hubert W. Oppe Scholarship Fund Varies Social work, sociology and psychology majors who have attended WTAMU two regular semesters and demonstrated commitment to their major.  Preference will be given first to social work and sociology majors followed by psychology majors.   3.0 overall and in major Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work

Dipakben J. Patel Endowed Scholarship

(also listed in Nursing and Education)

500 Junior, senior and graduate students, preferably female in teacher education, social work or nursing. 3.0 Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Phi Alpha Nu Society Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a member of Phi Alpha Nu Honor Society, preference will be given to current members with the highest GPA and participation in the Sociology/Social Work Club. NA Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Psychology Club Scholarship 500 Full-time undergraduate or graduate psychology majors.  Preference to members of the Psychology Club or a student who is actively engaged in the program beyond coursework. 3.0 Head, Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Sarah Raffkind Scholarship Fund Varies Declared psychology majors planning a career in psychology. 3.0 avg 3.5 Psy Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Dr. Kollengode R. Ramakrishnan Scholarship NA Recipient must be an undergraduate and/or graduate social work student, community service and financial need considered, and good academic standing.  NA Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
John and Sally Skaggs Psychology Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a junior, senior or graduate psychology major planning a career in psychology; must have completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU and have at least a 3.0 GPA on all work completed and a 3.25 overall GPA in psychology.

3.0  

3.25 Psy

Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Jeffery Weiss Psychology Scholarship 500 Junior or senior majoring in psychology with preference to students with disabilities and who have completed at least one semester (12 semester hours) at WTAMU. 2.5 Head, Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Arvezene Winter Scholarship Fund Varies Junior, senior or graduate psychology majors planning a career in counseling who have completed at least two semesters at WTAMU.  3.0 Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Clark E. Wooldridge Memorial Scholarship 500 Full-time rising junior undergraduate pursuing a social work degree; must be involved and active in class participation; renewable. 2.25 Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities         top
Bennink Fine Arts Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate fine arts major with two regular semesters at WTAMU. 3.0 Dean, Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
Levi W. and Margaret T. Cole Fine Arts Endowment Fund Varies Fine arts students, selection is based on academic ability and personal character.  Financial circumstances will be considered. NA Dean, Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
Joan Collins Music Provost's Leadership Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be a female theatre, music or art major enrolled in 12 hours per semester.  Student must display leadership and student involvement in school and community as well as scholarship. 3.0 Dean, Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
C. W. Forman and Louise Forman Endowed Scholarship 1000 Recipient must be a junior, senior or graduate student; major in one of the humanities; minimum course load of 12 hours per semester.  Financial need is a consideration. 3.0 Dean, Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
Mary Gill Memorial Scholarship Fund Varies Junior, senior or graduate student; any major; an interest and love of Hispanic things, travel abroad, and foreign languages; completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU; must take or have taken at least two semesters of Spanish at WTAMU.  3.0 cum; 3.2 in major Dean, Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
Greater Texas Foundation-Dr. Sue Park Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship 500 Recipient must be enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester and must be a College of Fine Arts and Humanities major, preference will be given based on need. NA Dean, Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
Haley Scholars-Graduate Fellowship

Full sch., stipend, travel

Recipient must be a history major with interest in Western History studies or an English major with an emphasis in Western Literature studies.  Preference will be given to students from Texas, New Mexico, or Oklahoma. NA Dean, Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
Haley Scholars-Undergraduate Scholarship 5000 Recipient must be a history major with interest in Western History studies or an English major with an emphasis in Western Literature studies.  Preference will be given to students from Texas, New Mexico, or Oklahoma.  Also, preference to students transferring from Midland College. NA Dean, Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities Scholarship Fund Varies Scholarships to support Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities majors. NA Dean, Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
"I Have a Dream" History Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an undergraduate student with a true appreciation for history and Civil Rights history, all majors will be considered. NA Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities

Department of History and Geography

HIST 4321 Civil Rights Movement in the US Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor/Instructor
Kathy Killebrew Honorary Scholarship Varies Students who exhibit strong interest in the fine arts.  Students must take two to four hours of fine arts classes during the semester the scholarship award is given.  Students who are Stepping Out graduates will be given first consideration and priority.  Student must be able to prove financial need.  80 avg Department of Art, Communication and Theatre
Moody-Northen Endowment for Excellence Varies Fine arts majors. NA Dean, Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
Opening the Doors of Perception Scholarship 500 All majors; undergraduate and graduate students who demonstrate enthusiasm for and open mind to education. 2.5

Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities

Department of History and Geography

Peace, Love, and Rock n'Roll Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an undergraduate or graduate student and must have a true appreciation for US history since 1945; all majors will be considered. NA Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities

Department of History and Geography

HIST 3314 US History Since 1945 Professor/Associate Professor/Assistant Professor/Instructor
Department of Art, Theatre and Dance         top
Salem and Ruth Ann Abraham Endowed Dance Scholarship Varies Recipients must be dance majors enrolled full-time (12 or more semester hours). 2.5 Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Art Club Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate or graduate art major.

2.5 UG

3.0 GR

Head, Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Ilene Roberts Balliett Dance Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a current dancer with the Lone Star Ballet Company; talent based scholarship. NA Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Royal L. Brantley Musical Theatre Scholarship 400 Musical theatre majors who have completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU; renewable. 2.5 Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Emilio Caballero Memorial Art Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an art major. NA Dean, College of Fine Arts and Humanities
Billy Carr Creamer Memorial Scholarship Varies Students who are planning a career in theatre; renewable if student maintains a cumulative 3.0 GPA. NA Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Dance Development Fund-Scholarship 500 Recipient will be selected based on a competitive audition. NA Director, Dance Program
Louise and Bill Dee Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate dance majors who have completed two regular semesters at WTAMU.  3.0 Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Neil and Camille Hess Dance Scholarship Varies Students in the dance program; preference for full-time students and dance majors; renewable. 2.0 Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Charles Hohmann Endowment Fund Varies Students majoring in communication graphics. NA Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Jim Kemmerling Drama Scholarship Varies Full-time drama students interested in set design and technical theatre. 2.5 Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Dr. David A. and Lucy S. LaBrie Theatre Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a theatre majors; academic ability and theatre skills will be considered. NA Head of the Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Alma C. Madden Visual Arts Endowed Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a visual arts student. 2.5 or greater Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Mercer Theatre Scholars Scholarship 2000 Exceptional incoming or continuing theatre majors enrolled full-time. Based on talent, academic qualifications, service and leadership, demonstration of financial need, and potential for success.  Recipient will be selected on a competitive audition by the theatre faculty; renewable. 3.0 Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
William A. and Margaret Moore Scholarship 125 Recipient must be a theatre or musical theatre major enrolled a minimum of 12 semester hours; preference will be given to students who have completed a minimum of 24 semester hours; renewable. 2.5 Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
William A. and Margaret Moore Theatre Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a theatre or musical theatre major enrolled a minimum of 12 semester hours; preference will be given to students who have completed a minimum of 24 semester hours; renewable. 2.5 Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Georgia O’Keeffe Scholarship Varies Full-time studio art students enrolled in required art courses; art portfolio and letters of recommendation must be submitted; also, participation in annual student art exhibit. Recipient should possess the vision, passion and/or potential for excellence in the visual arts.  NA Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Don Ray Memorial Art Scholarship 800 Junior, senior or graduate studio art major, preference will be given to student showing greatest financial need. 3.0 Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Isabel Robinson Art Scholarship 400 Junior, senior or graduate arts majors enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester with a minimum of six hours in arts; renewable. 2.5 cum;
3.0 major
Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Emmitt and Alta Smith Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a full-time art major with preference to returning art students and those demonstrating need. 2.5 cum;
3.0 major
Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
USITT (United States Institute for Theatre Technology) Scholarship Varies Recipient must be an active theatre major and must be a theatre design or technical theatre student and must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester hours.  Recipient must complete the USITT scholarship application available through the department.  2.5 Department of Art, Theatre and Dance
Department of Communication         top
Amarillo Advertising Club Scholarship Varies Students of sophomore standing or higher who are interested in an advertising career; must participate in the WTAMU Advertising Federation; financial need may be considered. 2.5 Department of Communication
Mark A. Benton Memorial Scholarship 500 Junior or senior mass communication major who has completed at least 60 hours or 18 hours in major and is an aspiring journalist.  Additionally, the student must be a community service volunteer.   2.5 Department of Communication
Cabot Journalism Scholarships Varies Outstanding journalism students. NA Department of Communication
Lula Mae Irons Camp Endowment Scholarship Varies Journalism major preparing for a journalism career. NA Department of Communication
Kay Winkler Fuqua Scholarship Varies Deserving speech majors of at least junior standing; renewable.  3.0 Department of Communication
Journalism Advisory Committee Scholarship Endowment Fund Varies Journalism majors planning careers in journalism.  Application should be accompanied by at least one letter of recommendation from a journalism educator or professional journalist. NA Department of Communication
Bill R. Lee Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate journalism major who has completed two regular semesters at WTAMU. 3.0 Department of Communication
PASO Scholarship 1000 Student majoring in broadcasting, preference will be given to students with greatest financial need. NA Department of Communication
Garet von Netzer Journalism Scholarship Endowment Fund Varies Junior, senior or graduate students majoring in journalism. 3.0 Department of Communication
S. B. Whittenburg Journalism Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate journalism majors; must have completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU; an essay on free enterprise is required. 3.0 Department of Communication
Guy Yates Forensics Scholarship Varies Deserving students in forensics; must travel on the WTAMU speech team; be involved in community service. 3.0 Department of Communication
You Make My Dreams Come True Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a broadcasting major and member of the student management team for KWTS 91.1.   NA Department of Communication
Ann Wingo Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Speech 2000 Exceptional incoming or continuing communication studies majors enrolled full-time.  Based on talent, academic qualifications, service and leadership, demonstration of financial need, and potential for success; renewable.

3.0

3.25 in major

Department of Communication
Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages        top
Loula Grace Erdman Memorial Scholarship Varies Undergraduate or graduate students who show unusual promise in creative writing. NA Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
Evelyn and Kenneth E. Frieze English Scholarship 500 Undergraduate or graduate English majors who demonstrate a love of language and literature as personified in Evelyn Frieze. NA Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
Dr. Ples Harper Memorial  Scholarship 500 Must be a Spanish majors planning a career in teaching or pursuing a graduate degree.  Recipient must have completed 60 hours of college course work, i.e., junior standing. NA Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
A. K. Knott Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a junior or senior English major who shows unusual promise for teaching. NA Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
Mattie Swayne Mack Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a graduate English major who demonstrates need, scholarship and probable success in graduate studies.  NA Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
Helen White Moore Scholarship Fund Varies Junior or senior English majors who show promise for teaching are eligible.  NA Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
Richard and Donna Moseley English Academic Scholarship Varies Recipient will be a full-time English major with a strong academic record. NA Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
Pat Sullivan Scholarship Varies English or English education majors. NA Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
Marie D. Tarrab Memorial Scholarship Varies Junior, senior or graduate language major planning a career in Spanish.  Recipient must have completed at least two semesters at WTAMU.   3.0 GPA in major Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
Arlin Turner Memorial Scholarship Varies Deserving junior or senior English majors. NA Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
Patricia O’Neill Ware Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a female English major, and preference will be given to a returning student who is a single parent. NA Department of English, Philosophy and Modern Languages
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Break On Through to the Other Side Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a history major with preference based on need. 2.5

Department of History and Geography

Marcia Caldwell Scholarship Varies Preference to students majoring in history. NA Department of History and Geography
Colonel Richard Henry Lee and Daniel Wing Chapters Texas Society of Colonial Dames XVII Century Scholarship Varies Recipient must be enrolled in the graduate program in history and have an interest in early American history. NA Department of History and Geography
Mary Elizabeth Davidson Scholarship Varies All students majoring in history. NA Department of History and Geography
Maxine Durrett Earl Charitable Scholarship in History 5000 Full-time sophomore, junior, senior political science major. First preference given to Garza county students; second preference to the following counties: Gaines, Dawson, Borden, Scurry, Kent, Lynn, Terry, Yoakum, Cochran, Hockley, Lubbock, Crosby, Dickens, Motley, Floyd, Hale, Lamb and Bailey. Third preference given to the following counties: Andrews, Martin, Howard, Mitchell, Nolan, Taylor, Callahan, Shackelford, Jones, Fisher, Stonewall, Haskell, Throckmorton, Baylor, Knox, King, Cottle, Foard, Wilbarger, Hardeman, Childress, Hall, Briscoe, Swisher, Castro, Parmer, Deaf Smith, Randall, Armstrong, Donley, Collingworth, Wheeler, Gray, Carson, Potter, Oldham, Hartley, Moore, Hutchinson, Roberts, Hemphill, Lipscomb, Ochiltree, Hansford, Sherman, Dallam, and the following counties in New Mexico: Chaves, Lea, Roosevelt, Curry, and Quay. 3.0 Head, Department of History
Forman/Rathjen History Scholarship 500 Recipient will be a graduate or upper-level classification; and history major or education major with an emphasis on history.  Preference will be given to researchers in Texas topics, but awards may also be made to students conducting research in other historical field; past performance and potential of the individual may be given consideration; and   GPA to be a factor in evaluation, but not necessarily the determinant. NA Department Head of History and Geography
Frank and Patsy Heflin Scholarship Varies Full-time Jr/Sr; first preference to history major second preference to elementary education major. 3.0 Department of History and Geography
Magical History Tour Scholarship Varies Recipient will be an outstanding student from one of the History 3314, 4312, 4313 or 4321 classes. NA Department of History and Geography
Troy F. Martin Memorial Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a junior or senior history or geography major.  In the event a qualified applicant with a major of history or geography is not available, the scholarship may be awarded to an English major.  Scholarship is renewable for one additional year as long as the criteria is met. 3.0 Department Head for History and Geography

Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
SFC O.R. and 1SG Shirley C. Nichols History Scholarship 750 Full-time student in the Department of History and Geography with a preference to graduate students in the Department of History.  Also, preference will be given based on need; renewable. 3.0 Department Head for History and Geography
Peter L. Petersen History Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) students majoring in history. 3.0 Department of History and Geography
Phi Alpha Theta History Scholarship Varies History majors who are members of Phi Alpha Theta in good standing.  NA Department of History and Geography
Retired Professors Scholarship for History and Geography 500 Student must be majoring in history or geography. NA Department of History and Geography
Sheffy-Anderson Scholarship Fund Varies Junior, senior or graduate student majoring in history. 3.0 Department of History and Geography
Smith-Sheffy  Scholarship Varies Worthy and deserving junior, senior and graduate students majoring in history. NA Department of History and Geography
Texas Panhandle/Amarillo History Scholarship Varies Talented and needy student interested in studying and writing about Amarillo or Panhandle history. NA Department of History and Geography
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Amarillo Music Teachers Association Scholarship Varies Students majoring in keyboard. NA Head of the Department of Music
Amarillo Symphony Scholarship Varies Music majors playing with the symphony. NA Amarillo Symphony Orchestra
Archer Viola Scholarship Varies Viola majors; awarded based on need. NA Head of the Department of Music
Richard and Noreen Bales Music Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) students majoring in instrumental, keyboard or vocal music. 2.5 Department of Music 
Alton Wayne Bassett Music Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a full-time music major, preferably piano or voice; renewable. 3.0 Department of Music 
J. D. Bayless, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Varies Undergraduate voice music majors planning a career in music; renewable.

3.0

3.5 in Music

Department of Music 
Janie Branch Endowed Music Scholarship Varies Recipient must be an entering freshman who is majoring in music performance; full-time (12 semester hours) student; and must have participated in either a school or community music program; renewable. 3.0 Department of Music 
Royal Brantley Vocal Scholarship Varies Must be majoring in music education, music business or music therapy voice at WTAMU; must have completed one year of study at WTAMU; and must exhibit musical ability, talent and academic excellence. NA Department of Music 
Pauline Brigham Memorial Scholarship Varies Music major with preference to a pianist. NA Department of Music 
Houston Bright Scholarship 1000 Students participating in the WTAMU choirs.  Recipients must be deserving students whose outstanding vocal talent and leadership add to the quality of the WTAMU choral program. NA Department of Music 
Paula Britt Fine Arts Scholarship Varies Recipient will be a worthy undergraduate student from the Texas Panhandle (northernmost 26 counties); must have completed their freshman year; financial need considered; preference given to a student with a music related major. 3.0 Department of Music 
Cansler Ranch Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a sophomore, junior, senior or graduate music major and must be a voice student. 2.5 Department of Music 
Dr. Howard Andrew Chamblin Memorial Music Scholarship Varies Recipient will be a keyboarding major; renewable. 3.0 Department of Music 
Billie Jeanne Hartness Davis Music Scholarship Varies Preference to students studying piano and/or voice. NA Department of Music 
Directors Memorial Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) undergraduate student majoring in instrumental music education from Region I. NA Department of Music 
Martha Estes Music Therapy Scholarship Varies Sophomore, junior or senior pursuing a career in music therapy. NA Department of Music 
David Fennell Memorial Scholarship 200 Students majoring in band/orchestra. NA Band/Orchestra Director(s)
First Chair Violin Student String Quartet Scholarship 500 Recipient must be accepted to WTAMU, major in music, and audition for the music department. 3.0 Dean of the College of Fine Arts and Humanities
June and Dorothy Franks Piano Scholarship 3000 Recipient must be a piano major and demonstrate dedication to piano studies through practice and performance.   The student must maintain a minimum 3.0 GPA in major applied lessons, must maintain a passing grade in music recital attendance, and must maintain an overall 3.0 GPA.  Each recipient will receive a yearly evaluation by piano faculty and the department head for consideration of continuation of the scholarship.  Preference will be given to an incoming freshman, transfer students will be considered. 3.0 Department of Music 
Garner Band and Orchestra Scholarship Varies Members of the WTAMU band and orchestra.  Musicianship, attitude, need and contributions to the band or orchestra will be considered. NA Band/Orchestra Director(s)
Mariellen Garner Band Scholarship Varies WTAMU band students; musicianship, attitude, need and contribution to the band will be considered; renewable if criteria are met. NA WTAMU Band Director
Matilda Gaume Music Scholarship Varies Students majoring in music who have completed at least two semesters at WTAMU; renewable. 2.5 Department of Music
Matilda Gaume Music Scholarship II 500 Students majoring in music who have completed at least two semesters at WTAMU; renewable. 2.5 Department of Music
Mila Gibson Voice Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a voice major transferring from Amarillo College; full-time pursuing any of the music degrees for which voice is an applied music requirement; must be recommended by the voice faculty at AC and selected by audition by the voice faculty at WT; preference given to performance majors; renewable for second year.  Student must audition and perform in Amarillo Opera's two main productions.   3.0 Head of the Department of Music
Eleanor Glazener Student String Quartet Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full-time (12 semester hours) with preference to a string student, although a WTAMU orchestra student playing a different instrument may be considered; renewable.

2.5 cum

3.0 in major

Director, School of Music
Paula Jane Hill Memorial Scholarship 400 Recipient must be a sophomore, junior or senior music majors. 2.0 Department of Music
Mary Jane Johnson Scholarship Varies Voice students majoring in performance, music education, music therapy or music business.  Recipient must exhibit musical ability, talent and academic excellence. NA Department of Music
Kappa Kappa Psi Scholarship 100 Freshman student with outstanding music ability and contributions to the WTAMU band. NA Department of Music
Betty Kilpatrick Kline Piano Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a graduate of a Texas Panhandle School who is majoring in piano; enrolled full-time (12 semester hours) as a junior or senior or enrolled 9 semester hours as a graduate student.  Preference will be given to nontraditional students and students showing financial need; renewable.  2.5 Head of the Department of Music
Grace M. Krause Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a music major whose primary instrument is the oboe. 3.0 Head of the Department of Music
Robert J. Krause Honorary Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a music major whose primary instrument is the oboe. NA Oboe Instructor
Dr. David A. and Lucy S. LaBrie Vocal Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a second-semester freshman or beyond; major in voice, music education, vocal performance, music therapy or music business.  Criteria include exemplary work in vocal studies, ability, dedication and need. NA Dr. Cloyce Kuhnert, Department of Music
McCulley-Porter Endowment Fund Varies Members of Mu Phi Epsilon and non-member music majors.  Recipients must be sophomore, junior and senior music majors who promote music and have financial need. NA Department of Music
McEntyre-Haines Music Scholarship 1000 Music students from Permian High School who are attending WTAMU; leadership, musical and academic achievement will be considered. NA Department of Music
Mercer Music Scholars Scholarship 2000 Exceptional full-time incoming freshman music major based on talent, academic qualifications, service and leadership, demonstration of financial need, and potential for success. Recipient will be selected on a competitive audition by the music faculty with preference in awarding given to string players and to other underserved areas; renewable.

3.0

3.25 in major

Department of Music
L. Jack "Jackie" Mercer Memorial Endowed Scholarship in Music 3000 Exceptional full-time incoming freshman music major based on talent, academic qualifications, service and leadership, demonstration of financial need, and potential for success. Recipient will be selected on a competitive audition by the music faculty; renewable.

3.0

3.5 in major

Department of Music
Dudley Moore Band Award 1000 Outstanding band member who exemplifies the spirit and attitude of dedication exhibited by Dr. Dudley Moore, long-time friend and supporter of the WTAMU band. NA WTAMU Band Director
David Murray Double Bass Scholarship 500 Recipient must be an incoming freshman or returning music major studying double bass as their primary instrument. NA Dean, Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities
Orchestra  Activities Scholarship NA Music majors and members of the University orchestra; need and leadership will be considered. 2.75 School of Music
Dr. Sue Park Music Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a junior music major, must receive a letter of nomination from a member of the music faculty, and must maintain a 3.5 cumulative GPA.  Preference will be given to students who parallel Dr. Park’s character of leadership, involvement in the music program, and being a nice person and good representative of the University. 3.5

Head of the Department of Music

Sybil B. Harrington College of Fine Arts and Humanities

Elsa Porter Applied Voice Scholarship Varies Applied voice majors NA Director of Applied Voice
Dr. Kenneth and Marion Porter Applied Piano and Applied Vocal Music Scholarship Varies Students pursuing a degree in music, with a major in voice or piano.  Full-time (12 hours per semester) student, sophomore or above studying applied piano or applied vocal music.  Financial need will be considered; renewable when criteria are met.  3.0 Department of Music 
Asalie Key Price Vocal Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 hours per semester) students majoring in voice who demonstrate academic excellence. NA Head of the Department of Music 
David G. Ritter Trumpet Scholarship Varies Current trumpet student, who will be continuing the following academic year, for outstanding work in the trumpet studio. NA Head of the Department of Music 
Hugh Sanders Scholarship Varies Full-time undergraduate vocal music education major; must have completed at least 30 hrs. 2.5 Department of Music 
Gail and Helen Shannon Endowed Scholarship Fund Varies Recipient must have completed two regular semesters at WTAMU; attained junior, senior or graduate standing; and exhibit outstanding leadership qualities.  Special consideration will be given to students majoring in music and fine arts. 3.0 Department of Music 
Showcase Dinner Fund Varies WTAMU students pursuing a degree in music. NA Department of Music 
C.E. Strain Band Fund Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a member of the WTAMU band program and open to all majors; full-time (12 hours per semester) sophomore, junior, senior or graduate student; renewable. 3.0 Department of Music
Tau Beta Sigma Scholarship 100 Freshman student with outstanding music ability and contributions to the WTAMU band. NA Department of Music 
Janet Walker Music Scholarship 500 Student enrolled in a music class with preference given to students from Dumas, Texas; must show leadership, integrity and respect. 3.0 Department of Music
Marcia McEntyre Zoffuto Music Fund-Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a music major in good academic standing. NA Department Head of Art, Theatre and Dance
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Michael Ley Feland and Candice Leigh Feland Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a Department of Nursing or Department of Sports and Exercise Science major with preference to students with financial need. 2.5 Dean, College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Greater Texas Foundation-Bruckner Family Foundation Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship 500 Recipient must be enrolled a minimum of 12 hours per semester and have a minimum 3.0 GPA.  All majors within the College of Nursing and Health Sciences will be considered and preference will be given based on need. 3.0 College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Greater Texas Foundation-Kathryn Davis Acton, RN Removing Educational Barriers Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a full-time undergraduate (12 hours per semester) or graduate (9 hours per semester) and have a 2.5 GPA in core curriculum classes and a 3.0 GPA in major.  All majors within the College of Nursing and Health Sciences will be considered with preference to students who demonstrate financial need. 2.5 avg
3.0 maj
Department of Nursing
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Panhandle Regional Speech and Hearing Association Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a worthy and deserving junior, senior or graduate speech pathology major with preference to returning students, renewable. 3.0 Communication Disorders
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Martha Allison Nursing Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a nursing major or a current registered nurse pursuing a bachelor's of science degree in nursing; renewable. 2.8 Head, Department of Nursing
Dr. Hazel Aslakson Memorial Scholarship 1000 Junior, senior, graduate nursing major; renewable. B min Department of Nursing

Joseph and Rhoanna (Griego) Austin Scholarship

(also listed in Information and Decision Management)

500 Recipient must be an incoming freshman majoring in IDM or nursing and enrolled full time; renewable if student maintains progress towards their degree and maintain a 3.0 GPA. 3.25 or 85 GPA

Scholarship Services

Mary E. Bivins Memorial Scholarship Varies Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) nursing major.  Preference will be given to students who demonstrate an interest in geriatric nursing and eldercare. 2.5 cum
3.0 maj
Department of Nursing
Lois Bose/AORN North Texas Panhandle Nursing Scholarship 400 One scholarship to a junior nursing student with the highest GPA and one scholarship to a worthy and deserving student with average GPA. Highest GPA; avg GPA Department of Nursing
Virginia Breiner Scholarship Varies Nursing majors with average GPA. B or C Department of Nursing
Deborah Bridges Memorial Nursing Scholarship Varies WTAMU nursing students with preference given to nursing students interested in intensive care nursing. NA Department of Nursing
Sally and John Carmen Endowed Scholarship in Nursing 500 Recipient must be a junior nursing major; renewable. 3.4 Head, Department of Nursing
Former Nursing Faculty Endowment Varies Criteria to be determined by the Nursing Scholarship Committee. NA Department of Nursing
Winifred Gass Memorial Scholarship Fund Varies Nursing majors who have completed at least 30 semester hours. 2.5 Department of Nursing
Christopher Cory Golden Memorial Nursing Provost Leadership Scholarship 1250 Graduate nursing student enrolled in 9 semester hours who demonstrates service through leadership and has a strong interest in neonatal nursing care. 3.0 in major Department of Nursing
Harrington Nursing Scholarship 1200 Full-time (12 hours per semester) freshmen and continuing nursing majors; freshmen must have minimum 25 ACT score; must sign a commitment statement to work in the Texas Panhandle for one year for each year of scholarship support. 2.8 Department of Nursing
Betty Henry Nursing Scholarship Fund Varies Faculty in the Department of Nursing pursuing doctoral degree at WTAMU or other institution of higher education.  If there is no faculty doctoral candidate, an award will be made to an undergraduate nursing student.  NA Department of Nursing
T. H. Holloway Nursing Scholarship Varies Annual scholarship to a student in the Department of Nursing on a non-renewable basis.  This scholarship is directed to the student with most financial need. NA Department of Nursing
Hospice of Canyon Volunteers Scholarship Varies Nursing majors from one of the northernmost 26 counties in the Texas Panhandle. 3.0 Department of Nursing
Lee S. and Doris M. Jinkins Scholarship Fund Varies Nursing majors who are planning a career in nursing; incoming freshmen must have exhibited academic excellence in high school. 3.0 Department of Nursing
Betty Kembel Nursing Scholarship Varies LVNs and RNs returning for a bachelor's degree.  2.5 Department of Nursing
The Anna Belle Kritser II Foundation Nursing Scholarship 4000 Recipient must be a full-time (12 hours per semester) junior nursing major with preference based on need; renewable for recipient's senior year.  3.0 Department of Nursing
Alvin and Liselotte Kuhlman Nursing Scholarship Varies Nursing student; based primarily on financial need. 2.7 Department of Nursing
Jensen Carter Laszakovits Nursing Scholarship 500/sem. Recipients must be enrolled in the Department of Nursing and interested in pediatrics, postpartum or labor and delivery. Applicants must be a single parent taking a minimum of nine hours and must have a minimum cumulative 3.0 GPA and 3.0 GPA in major. 3.0 Department of Nursing
Dale and Joyce McKee Nursing Scholarship 1000 Nursing students. 3.0 Department of Nursing
Nursing Student's Scholarship Fund Varies Senior nursing students. NA Department of Nursing
Lorilie O'Donald/Melanie Mickey Memorial Scholarship Fund Varies Nursing students. NA Department of Nursing
Palo Duro Hospital Auxiliary Scholarship Varies Full-time (12 semester hours) senior nursing students; GPA and financial need will be considered; preference will be given to students who demonstrate leadership and commitment to the nursing profession. NA Department of Nursing

Dipakben J. Patel Endowed Scholarship

(also listed in Psychology, Sociology and Social Work & Education)

500 Junior, senior and graduate students, preferably female in teacher education, social work or nursing. 3.0 Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Anita Thigpen Perry Nursing Excellence Endowment 1000 Undergraduate and graduate students that have been admitted to the WTAMU nursing program, good academic standing and show financial need. NA WTAMU Alumni Association
Potter-Randall County Medical Alliance Nursing Scholarship 500 Full-time students majoring in nursing or allied health field with plans to seek employment in the Texas Panhandle; recipients must never have been on disciplinary probation and who show reasonable progress toward a degree; must demonstrate financial need. 3.0 Department of Nursing
Ed and Margaret Roberts Nursing Scholarship 4000/sem. Recipient must be a junior nursing major enrolled full-time (12 semester hours).  Preference will be given based on need; renewable. 3.0 Department of Nursing
Nell Robinson Book Scholarship for Nursing Students Varies Recipient must be a nursing major, have a scholarship application on file for the current year, and must request assistance with books by submitting a written request for support which outlines the amount requested and the student's financial need. 3.0 Department of Nursing
Saint Anthony’s Auxiliary Scholarship in Nursing and Allied Health Varies Nursing and allied health majors accepted in the nursing or allied health program, be at least a sophomore student enrolled in a minimum of six semester hours.  Grades and financial need will be considered.  Priority will be given to BSA employees; renewable. NA Department of Nursing
School of Nursing Scholarship Fund 100 Nursing majors planning a career in any area of nursing.  Recipient must have completed at least two regular semesters at WTAMU. 2.5 Department of Nursing
The Laura Street Nursing Scholarship 2500 Junior nursing major with preference to students that demonstrate financial need; renewable. 3.0 Head, Department of Nursing
James D. Taylor Oncological Nursing Scholarship 500 Junior, senior, graduate nursing major enrolled full-time (12 hours per semester if undergraduate and nine hours per semester if graduate); must have a strong interest in pursuing an oncological nursing career as evidenced by a written statement of interest in oncology accompanying the application.  Send statement of interest via email attachment to scholarships@wtamu.edu. NA Department of Nursing
Texas Paralyzed Veterans Association Scholarship--Panhandle Subchapter Varies Junior or senior nursing major, preference given to son/daughter of veteran. NA Department of Nursing
Mary Cecile Powell Truitt Gerontological Nursing Scholarship Varies Full-time student (12 semester hours) with a "B" or "C" average, junior or senior standing and interest in gerontological nursing; renewable. B or C Department of Nursing
Matt Vaughn Memorial Nursing Scholarship 1000 Students that have completed an R.N. degree and enrolled in a minimum of nine semester hours.  3.0 Department of Nursing
The Crystelle Waggoner Charitable Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee Nursing Scholarship 4000/sem Recipients must be full-time (12 semester hours) junior nursing majors with preference given based on need.  Recipients will provide a letter about themselves along with character references from non-family members; renewable. 3.0 Department of Nursing
Julie Barrett Weise Memorial Scholarship in Nursing 1000 Recipient must be a nursing major; be compassionate, caring, and willing to give back to the University and community; must be a Texas resident; renewable. 2.5 Department of Nursing
WTAMU Nursing Health Fairs for the Homeless Scholarship 500 Recipients must be nursing students. NA Head, Department of Nursing
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Dr. Mary L. Green Sports and Exercise Sciences Scholarship 500 Recipient must be a Sports and Exercise Science major. NA Head of the Department of Sports and Exercise Sciences
Jack Griswold Scholarship Fund Varies Recipients must be a junior, senior or graduate health, physical education and recreation majors planning a career in coaching; student must have completed at least two regular semester at WTAMU. 3.0 Department of Sports and Exercise Sciences
Borden Price Endowment Scholarship Fund Varies Outstanding major of the department; student must be at least of junior standing.     3.0 Department of Sports and Exercise Sciences

Allene J. Stovall Scholarship

Varies Undergraduate students with a minimum of 70 semester hours and majoring in Health, Physical Education, and/or Recreation. 3.0 Cindy Barnes, STARR Center
Ryan Strong Memorial Scholarship 500 Recipient must be enrolled full-time (12 semester hours) and have completed a minimum of 45 hours, two semesters at WTAMU.  Additionally, recipient must be majoring in athletic training or majoring in SES with plans to coach and teach.  Preference will be given to students showing evidence of co-curricular, extracurricular or service activities that support the academic preparation; evidence of leadership in these activities; evidence of leadership in classroom/academic setting; and evidence of personal characteristics that embody the memory of Ryan Strong.  2.75 Head of the Department of Sports and Exercise Sciences