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Paying for college is often the biggest concern of any college-bound student. There are many resources and tools available to help you find the money you need to finance your education. Make the best investment you could ever make, an investment in you!

Take a moment to visit our A&M-Commerce scholarship page, where you can find out more about the opportunities we offer to help pay for college, deadlines and application instructions.

NOTE: The deadline to apply for most university scholarships for the upcoming academic year will be March 31st. So don't delay!

Hispanic Outreach Scholars

The 2019-20 Student Diversity & Inclusion scholarship application is now available. Please follow the link below:

Student Diversity & Inclusion

Each year, the Office of Student Diversity & Inclusion provides undergraduate students with yearly opportunities for internships, student work and scholarship.

Students who are currently receiving one of the scholarships coordinated by our office such as the Stars on the Rise or the University Crossroads programs must complete academic progress reports, have meetings with the Office of Student Diversity & Inclusion staff, and community service. The purpose of the academic progress report is to provide students with the opportunity to communicate with their professors to keep track of and receive feedback on their academic progress.

Scholarship recipients must maintain a minimum grade point average of 3.0 each semester.

Point of Contact is Dr. Fred Fuentes fred.fuentes@tamuc.edu