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Scholarships and Fellowships

$50,000 and up

Undergraduate endowed scholarships and graduate endowed fellowships allow The University of Texas and the McCombs School of Business to attract and recognize undergraduate and graduate students, regardless of their financial circumstances. The minimum gift level is $50,000 for an undergraduate endowed scholarship and $100,000 for a graduate endowed fellowship.

Guerrero“I am a major proponent of alternative energy and will be focusing my efforts in penetrating that industry. This scholarship award will help me advance this goal and ultimately allow me to follow in your footsteps to give back to a community which has already given me so much.”

Enzo Modesto, recipient of the Paul and Alejandra Foster Endowed Scholarship in Business

Currently, the McCombs School is able to provide scholarship packages to 5% of incoming freshmen. We have set a goal to establish a community of scholars built on a tiered McCombs Scholars Program. Long-term, this ambitious initiative seeks to equip the McCombs School with 375 total scholarships—enough to ensure that the very brightest young minds in business have every reason to call the McCombs School home.

For information on endowments, contact Holly Hazlett in the McCombs School at (512) 475-8144

McCombs Scholars Program Levels

  • Forty Acres Scholarship: TBD, Historically $500,000
    Recipients receive four years of tuition and fees, housing and food, a living stipend, books, and summer enrichment activities including a service-learning experience, a study abroad placement, and internships.
  • McCombs President's Scholarship: $250,000
    Recipients receive four years of tuition and fees. At this time, there are not enough President’s level McCombs Scholars Program scholarship endowments to cover all Business Honors Program admission offers.
  • McCombs Dean's Scholarship: $125,000
    Recipients receive half of tuition and fees for four years. Read more about the McCombs Scholars Program.