Scholarships for UTeach-Liberal Arts Students
UTeach-Liberal Arts Study Abroad Scholarship (for all students)
Scholarships based on need are available to help defray the cost of study abroad travel. Apply online through the College of Liberal Arts website. Application deadlines are March 1 and October 1. Please see the UTeach-Liberal Arts Office Manager for more information.
Marilyn White APSI Scholarship (for all students)
The Marilyn White Scholarship is awarded to UTeach-Liberal Arts students who wish to attend Advanced Placement Summer Institute (APSI) training offered through the CollegeBoard. To be eligible, students must complete UTL 640 or UTL 360/670 in the spring semester prior to the summer institute. Please see the UTeach-Liberal Arts Office Manager for more details.
AISD Future Teacher Scholarship (for LOTE students only)
The AISD Future Teacher Scholarship is awarded to students seeking certification in critical needs areas. In UTeach-Liberal Arts, only students in Languages Other Than English fall into this category. LOTE students are eligible to receive the scholarship during the final four semesters before certification. They must, however, apply for the scholarship each semester for which they are seeking aid. Please see the UTeach-Liberal Arts Office Manager for more details.
Jefferson Junior Fellows Program (for all students)
The Thomas Jefferson Center for the Study of Core Texts and Ideas offers a competitive scholarship of $300 per semester to students enrolled in a Core Texts and Ideas course. For more information, please see the Jefferson Center website.
College of Liberal Arts Scholarships (for all students)
There are many scholarship and fellowship opportunities available to students in the College of Liberal Arts through UT Austin offices. General information about these scholarships can be obtained in the Liberal Arts Scholarships and International Programs Office in GEB 2.200 or at 475-7586. Contact Amelia Rey-Shannon for more information and referrals to other offices on campus concerning scholarship opportunities.
College of Education Scholarships (for all students)
The College of Education awards a limited number of scholarships to future teachers. You must apply in the spring semester for awards the following year. Please see an Advisor in the College of Education Student Affairs Office (SZB 216) for more information.
Departmental Scholarships (for all students)
Departmental scholarships are available. We suggest students see their major advisor for specific information.