New Graduate Student Scholarship

The College of Graduate Studies offers a merit scholarship every semester (Fall, Spring and Summer) to new incoming domestic and international graduate students.

The merit scholarships that we award do not require a specific application. All graduate/doctoral degree seeking students who get admitted into a program are automatically considered on a first come, first serve basis. If they meet the scholarship criteria below, then they are offered a scholarship, if available.The number of scholarship offers varies every semester depending on the funds available.

The scholarship criteria is as follows:

Graduate students:

  • Undergraduate overall GPA of 3.0 and above AND GRE composite score (Q+V) of 295/MAT score of 410/GMAT score of 420, OR
  • Undergraduate overall GPA of 2.8 and above AND GRE composite score (Q+V) of 300 and above.

Doctoral students:

  • Graduate overall GPA of 3.0 and above, undergraduate overall GPA of 3.0 and above AND GRE composite score (Q+V) of 295/MAT score of 410/GMAT score of 420, OR
  • Graduate overall GPA of 3.0 and above, undergraduate overall GPA of 2.8 and above AND GRE composite score (Q+V) of 300 and above.

Scholarship details:

  • Fall awards: $500 in the Fall semester and $500 the following Spring semester + in-state tuition during the first fall, winter intersession, spring, spring intersession and summer (for out-of-state/international students).
  • Spring awards: $500 in the Spring semester and $500 in the summer semester+ in-state tuition during the first spring, spring intersession, and summer (for out-of-state/international students).
  • Summer awards: $500 starting in the Fall semester and $500 the following Spring semester + in-state tuition during the first fall, winter intersession, spring, spring intersession and summer (for out-of-state/international students).

Once incoming students receive the offer, they must accept through the Javelina Scholarships website and review terms and conditions, as students need to meet certain requirements to maintain the scholarship.

This page was last updated on: July 31, 2018