Scholarships are a form of financial aid that does not need to be repaid. Some scholarships are awarded based on financial need, while others are considered merit-based scholarships, which means they are awarded based on academic achievement or participation in extracurricular activities. Learn more about applying for scholarships.

The Office of Financial Aid administers a range of scholarships to incoming and current students; browse through the Scholarship Finder to learn more about our scholarships.

Continuing & Transfer Students Scholarship Application (Now Open) The UT Austin Scholarship Application for Continuing & Transfer Students is available in November of each year and is used to award students for the following academic year. This online application is strictly for continuing students who are eligible to enroll, transfer students who have been officially admitted or have completed an application for transfer admission, AND returning UT Austin students who are applying for readmission to The University of Texas at Austin. Students participating in the Coordinated Admissions Program (CAP), seeking admission to UT Austin and waiting to complete the requirements by June 1 to enroll in the Fall, can also use this online application. The deadline to submit the Continuing & Transfer Scholarship Application is March 15, Midnight (CDT).

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College, School and Department ScholarshipsMany UT Austin colleges, schools and academic departments award their own scholarships to incoming and continuing students. Some have additional application requirements that you must complete to be considered. Contact your college, school or department to learn more about the steps you need to take to be considered for their scholarships.

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Outside & Private ScholarshipsMany scholarships are awarded by entities outside of and distinct from UT Austin. Each of these scholarships has its own requirements, deadlines and application procedures. For more information about a particular scholarship, please contact that program directly.

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