Terry Scholars Award - Transfer
The Terry Scholarship for transfer students provides up to six semesters of scholarship funding for undergraduate education. The Terry Scholarship covers up to 60% of the total cost of attendance here at TWU.
Applications are currently being accepted and will be reviewed continuously through May. TWU candidate decisions will be made and applicants notified by mid-May 2019.
- Supplemental Questions
- REQUIRED - Please upload your completed Terry Foundation Transfer Scholarship Application. You must complete all portions in order to be considered for this scholarship. Click here to access the form. The Letter of Recommendation will be separate from this application form.
- REQUIRED - Reference letter 1- Provide the email address of one individual who can provide a letter of recommendation that is specific to obtaining the Terry Scholarship at TWU and speak to both your academic and leadership abilities. Recommenders will upload their letters of recommendation using a unique website link. This link will be emailed directly to them using the email address you have provided.
- Students applying for the Terry Foundation Transfer Scholarship must file a Federal Application for Free Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 15, 2019(TWU Priority Deadline) and submit the TWU Certification Form (CIF) on line (via your Pioneer Portal). The FAFSA application will open on October 1st. Have you completed your FAFSA.
- Will you be at least 20 years of age on May 1 of the year of application?
- Have you completed at least 30 hours of transferrable, post high school credit in residence at a Texas college or university at the time of application?
- Have you resided in the state of Texas since June 2017?
- You must enroll in a degree program with the majority of courses taken face-to-face at the Denton or Dallas campus. Will you be taking the majority of your courses face-to-face at the Denton or Dallas campus?
- Have you completed coursework at TWU prior to Summer 2020?
- If yes, please indicate if it was dual credit courses while in High School, or college courses as a full time college student.
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