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Biomedical Sciences Program Scholarships

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Biomedical Sciences Program Scholarships

The scholarships for the Biomedical Sciences Program are varied and typically range from $500-$2000. Applicants must all be BIMS majors. Residency requirements vary according to the scholarship. GPA requirements vary from a minimum 3.0 overall TAMU GPA to a minimum 3.5 overall TAMU GPA. Typically students must complete 24 hours total, at Texas A&M University, in the Fall/Spring semesters preceding the award. (Although, for some scholarships, more hours are required.) Students must meet classification requirements at the time of application. Often, financial need as determined by Student Financial Aid Department is taken into consideration. Furthermore, membership and leadership activities in campus organizations recognized by TAMU will be considered and are typically required. All criteria should be met at the time of application and all scholarships are subject to funds becoming available.

Scholarship names:

  • Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark Dunn Memorial Scholarship
  • BSA Parents' Association Scholarships (Part A and Part B)
  • Alison Lindorfer, O.D. Endowed Biomedical Science Scholarship
  • W. Dan Roberts, D.V.M. '38 Endowed Scholarship in Biomedical Sciences
  • BSA Scholarship
Apply: Scholarship Application
Application Start Date: October 15, 2014
Deadline: February 1, 2015

For BSA scholarship information, download the PDF here.

For all other scholarship information, download the PDF here.

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Other Scholarship Opportunities


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Study Abroad Scholarship Opportunities

Fund for Education Abroad Scholarship

The Fund for Education Abroad (FEA) was established to enlighten America’s next generation of thinkers and leaders by providing access to study abroad through the provision of scholarships. Americans who study abroad return with a renewed perspective of their place in the world and a better understanding of how they can participate in an increasingly interconnected global environment.

Deadline: Friday, January 16, 2015 - For students planning on studying abroad during the Summer 2015, Fall 2015, or Spring 2016 semesters

Funding Amounts: Up to $10,000

Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents currently enrolled as undergraduates who plan to study abroad for at least four (4) week between May 2015 and May 2016.

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CVMBS Student Self-Directed Study Abroad Travel Stipend

For the 2014-2015 school year, there is money available through the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences' International Programs for travel awards to offset travel costs.  This money is available for independent work/study abroad experiences (i.e. not Faculty-Led trips).  All undergraduate, graduate, and professional students are eligible to apply.

For examples of previous trips taken, please visit /international-programs/student-trip-reports.

Please download the application by clicking here for details about the deadline, trip eligibility, and guidelines for receiving the travel stipend.  If after reading the application you have further questions, please contact Dr. Clay Ashley.

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Financial Aid Workshops

Student Loan Repayment workshops


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