Almarie Morris Field Scholarship Endowment (Alumni)

The Almarie Morris Field Scholarship was established to provide a stream of income to support scholarships for undergraduate students in Family Sciences who have completed 30 semester hours with a minimum of 3.0 GPA and who have financial need. The Alumni Association manages these funds.

Almarie Morris Field, 1936, CIA
Born April 16, 1914 Died 1992
Almarie Morris Field received her degree in Home Demonstration and returned often for the annual TWU homecoming activities. This scholarship was established by her children because of her appreciation for her own education.

Stan Field (son)
Marsha Field Foster (daughter), TWU alumna 1968

Supplemental Questions
  1. Please upload a letter of recommendation detailing the student's academic merit, achievements and promise in their chosen major.
  2. PERSONAL ESSAY - Please upload a Personal Essay of approximately 250 words, double spaced covering the topic "Why is a TWU education significant and relevant for your future:" This is extremely important since it provides an introduction of you and your goals; describe your contributions to your community and school as they relate to your personal and professional experiences. Your essay should also explain any financial need. Please put your name in the top right hand corner.
  3. Submit an essay explaining your financial need.
  4. Please upload a resume showing all leadership experience, volunteerism, work experience and any other pertinent information. The uploaded file should be a PDF or a Word document.