UT Tyler Scholarships
Merit and Talent-Based Awards for Outstanding Students
The University of Texas at Tyler offers many scholarships designed to attract and retain outstanding degree-seeking students.
To be considered for a university scholarship, students must be accepted for admission and submit an online scholarship application for the appropriate scholarship and semester.
Scholarship and Financial Aid Applications
UT Tyler scholarship recipients are required to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) each academic year. Awarding of academic scholarships is based primarily on predictors of academic success, such as high school class rank, standardized test scores and prior grades.
Students receiving the National Merit Finalist, National Merit Semi-Finalist, Regents, Patriot, Patriot Achievement, Presidential or Graduate scholarship are not eligible for additional scholarship funding for the summer semesters.
JAN12New Patriot Orientation (Transfer & First-Year)
University Center 8:00 am
JAN17CAB Movie Night
UC Theater 7pm
JAN19UTTyler Welcome Back Formal
Patriot Zone Sports Cafe 12pm
JAN312018 UT Tyler High School Ethics Bowl Sponsored by the UT Tyler Center for Ethics
University Center Ballroom 8 a.m.
JAN31Greek All Council Meeting (GAC)
UC Theater 5 pm
Scholarship Programs, Online Application Forms
New Freshman Student Scholarships
New freshmen are not required to complete an online application, as they will automatically be considered for academic scholarships. Find out more.
New Transfer Student Scholarships
New transfer students are not required to complete an online application, as they will automatically be considered for academic scholarships. Find out more.
Top 10% Scholarship Program
Important Information for the 2015-2016 academic year: Updates on funding availability for the Top 10% Scholarship from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board states that awards can be made to eligible renewal students only. Find out more.
Professional Nursing Scholarships
This program will not be funded beginning with the 2011-2012 academic year.