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Scholarships and Grants

Our office manages and supports a variety of financial awards to recognize excellence among our students and support campus community projects.

Campus and Student Safety Mini-Grant

Campus and Student Safety Mini-Grant The Campus and Student Safety Mini-Grant is a competitive grant program funded by the Haruka Weiser Endowed Excellence Fund for Campus and Student Safety to support safety-related projects and initiatives proposed by UT Austin students, faculty, staff, or registered student organizations. Campus and student safety may include a consideration for physical space, online space, mental health and/or wellbeing. Mini-grant applications for amounts up to $1,000 are accepted at any time.

Glenn Maloney Memorial Scholarship

Maloney Scholarship This scholarship is given in memory of Glenn W. Maloney. Glenn served The University of Texas at Austin for 19 years, the last seven as Associate of Dean of Students. The Glenn Maloney Memorial Scholarship was established to remember Glenn's countless contributions to UT Austin and to recognize the students he loved. Through this scholarship, Glenn's enduring legacy is to continue helping the students whose lives he enriched.

Sean N. Bourgeois Memorial Endowed Scholarship

Bourgeois Scholarship Established in honor of former Longhorn Hellraiser and engineering student, Sean N. Bourgeois, the Sean N. Bourgeois Memorial Endowed Scholarship recognizes a deserving student at The University of Texas at Austin who exemplifies qualities exuded by Sean: university spirit and campus involvement. A member of Longhorn Hellraisers will receive first preference, and second preference will be given to a student majoring in engineering.

Tejas Scholarships

Tejas Scholarship Through the Tejas Club, members live a more complete life by sharing their personalities, abilities, and commitment to good fellowship and a high standard of conduct in order to encourage loyalty and usefulness to our school and further good scholarship. These scholarships recognize members whose service to UT Austin, the Tejas Club and the Austin community best demonstrates the application of these ideals.