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Century Scholars Program
Established in 1999, the Century Scholars Program is a partnership between Texas A&M University and 110 under-represented Texas high schools to enroll and retain top students from each school. This program provides both scholarship funds and access to a four-year learning community which strives to help students develop during their time in college. Each scholarship includes a one-time $1000 scholarship to be used for a Texas A&M approved study abroad experience.
- $5,000 per year for 4 years
- Must maintain a 2.75 overall GPR
- You must be a graduate of a Century Scholar school. See below for a list of schools.
In addition to your academic achievement including achievement under difficult circumstances, your co-curricular involvement (campus and community activities, leadership roles, employment, etc.) is also considered.
In order to provide scholarship opportunities to the greatest number of students, Texas A&M does not stack Academic Scholarships. If you qualify for more than one Academic Scholarship, our office will offer you the highest dollar-value scholarship only.
Century Scholarships are four year awards. You must meet eligibility requirements each year to continue receiving your scholarship in future years.
Apply using the ApplyTexas Application
or the Coalition Application
. You must complete the admission and scholarship portions to be considered.
*If the deadline falls on a weekend, the application will remain open until 11:59 PM (CST) on the following Monday.
Century Scholars Requirements
Please visit the Century Scholar Learning Community
Century Scholars Schools
Contact us with any questions regarding your school’s eligibility or visit a local Prospective Student Center.
Eligible Century Scholars schools are listed below by region.
A Maceo Smith, Amon Carter-Riverside, Bryan Adams, Cedar Hill, David W. Carter, Desoto, Duncanville, Eastern Hills, Everman, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Grand Prairie, Hillcrest, Kimball, Lancaster, Lincoln, O.D. Wyatt, Paul L. Dunbar, Skyline, South Oak Cliff, Sunset, Townview-Business & Management, Townview-Education & Social Services, Townview-Government & Law, Townview-Health Professions, Townview-Science & Engineering, Townview-Gifted & Talented, Uplift Peak Prep, Uplift Williams Prep, W.W. Samuell.
* Beaumont United HS: Formerly Central Senior High School & Ozen High School
Barbara Jordan, Booker T. Washington, Beaumont United HS*, Cesar E. Chavez, Charles Milby, Dekaney, Evan E. Worthing, Furr, G.W. Carver, Galena Park, Jack Yates, James Madison, Jeese H. Jones, Nimitz, North Forest, Northside, Northbrook, Pasadena, Ross S. Sterling, Sam Houston Math, Science, & Technology Center, Shadow Creek, Sharpstown, South Houston, Stephen F. Austin, Thurgood Marshall (Missouri City), Westbury Senior, Wheatley Senior, Willowridge, YES Prep Brays Oaks, YES Prep Gufton.
Business Careers, Dillard McCollum, G.W. Brackenridge, Harlandale, Highlands, John F. Kennedy, John Paul Stevens, International School of the Americas, Karen Wagner, L.W. Fox Tech Academy, Luther Burbank, Memorial, Oliver Wendell Holmes, Robert E. Lee, Sam Houston, Sidney Lanier, Southside, Southwest, Thomas A. Edison.
Rio Grande Valley
Brownsville Porter, Donna North, Edinburg, Grulla, Hidalgo, Johnny Economedes, La Feria, Lopez, Mission Veterans, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Memorial, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo North, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Southwest, Port Isabel, Raymondville, South Texas-BETA, South Texas- Health Professions, Valley View.
Akins, David Crockett, Ellison (Killeen), Northeast Early College (formerly Reagan), Killeen, Lyndon B. Johnson, Manor, Shoemaker (Killeen), University (Waco), William B. Travis, Waco.