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Scholarships listed here come from Texas A&M University for incoming freshmen, first-generation students, and other financial and internship opportunities provided by the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities.

We would also like to provide undergraduate research and professional opportunities for different career areas.

Texas A&M Hispanic Network Scholarships

The Texas A&M Hispanic Network offers 6 different scholarships, available for high-achieving high school seniors, as well as outstanding undergraduate and graduate students to be awarded for the Fall of 2024. Learn more here.

Terry Foundation Scholars

The Terry Foundation Scholarship is offered to traditional first-time freshman who graduate from Texas high schools. Eligibility and criteria can be found here.

Regents' Scholars Program

First awarded in Fall 2004, the Regents' Scholarship is designed to assist first-generation college students in achieving their educational goals at Texas A&M University. Students who entered fall 2019 or earlier will receive up to $5,000 per year for up to four years. Students entering fall of 2020 or later will receive up to $6000 per year for up to four years. Eligibility can be found here.

LAUNCH: Undergraduate Research 

LAUNCH: Undergraduate Research promotes, coordinates, creates, and assesses undergraduate programs involving creative scholarship, inquiry, and research in all academic disciplines at Texas A&M. It seeks to provide eligible undergraduates with a graduate student experience by allowing them to participate in research and communicate their findings as principal authors to the University's scholarly community.

Aggie Research

Aggie Research Programs perform research in teams led by an experienced graduate student or postdoctoral fellow. Team Leaders benefit from recruiting diverse members with complementary talents, skills, backgrounds, and interests. Those who develop growing interest and talent for research often continue multiple semesters, taking on greater responsibility for research and mentorship of new team members.

MSC NE Stark Program

The MSC Northeast Stark Program provides students the opportunity to visit the top law and MBA programs in Chicago and the Northeast. This tour allows them to learn first-hand about the university’s programs and establish contacts that may help them in the admissions process. 


The MSC Student Conference on Latinx Affairs is a student organization that focuses on the creation and execution of a three-day conference in which participants have the chance to hear from a wide array of speakers ranging from professionals within the academic, government, business, and media sector.

Hispanic Alumni Network

The Hispanic Alumni Network's Annual Summit is a 2-day conference where Hispanic Alumni and current students gather to create discussion about professional and academic opportunities. The summit seeks to highlight the trail of success blazed by our former students and establish collaborations and connection among all generations of Hispanic Aggies.

Public Policy

In this program, undergraduate and graduate students actively participate in the policy process at the state, national or international level. Whether interning in Washington, D.C., Austin, Texas or one of our various European locations, students walk away from their internship semester with a better understanding of their individual strengths and professional goals. Learn more here.

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