The main purpose of the Nueces County A&M Club is to establish, maintain, and support scholarship programs for students who have graduated from a high school in Nueces County and have enrolled at Texas A&M University–College Station (TAMU).
The club’s scholarship program is coordinated with the Student Financial Aid Department at TAMU. The applications of worthy candidates who both identify Nueces County as their home county in the ApplyTexas application and have been accepted to TAMU as full time students will be forwarded to the club’s Vice President of Scholarships. The Vice President selects 3 members from the club’s board to form a scholarship committee, which reviews the applications in early spring. The committee offers a scholarship valuing between $1000-$5000 to 2-4 top applicants. The scholarship value is distributed over the course of 4 years through the student’s Financial Aid Portal. It is renewed every year contingent on academic performance. For example, a scholarship recipient who received a $4000 scholarship will receive $1000 a year for 4 years if they remain in good academic standing throughout their college career.
Applicants may also qualify for other scholarships through TAMU and other programs. Please visit the Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid for more information.
Please contact the Vice President of Scholarships, Erin Livermore ’17, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-858-6765 for more information.