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Scholarships

UTRGV Scholarships

Deadline: Varies July - September 2016

There are scholarships specifically designed for entering freshmen, transfer students, graduate students, and undergraduate students. Scholarships are awarded based on merit, need, and achievement in academics, athletics, the arts, or other scholarly areas.

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Platt Family Scholarship Prize Essay Contest

Deadline: 7/31/16

5 Awards of up to $4,000 - The Platt Family Scholarship Prize Essay Contest is open to full – time undergraduate students enrolled in an American college or university. To enter, you must submit a 1500 – to 5000 – word essay on the following topic, “Immigration is a controversial topic in American history, even more so in 2016. Citing examples from his writings, speeches, and policies; what was Abraham Lincoln’s position on immigration? Did it evolve? Is it relevant to our contemporary debate?”

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Stephens Anderson & Cummings Leadership Scholarship

Deadline: Nov. 2016

Assist full-time students currently enrolled in degree program at a Texas university/college who have demonstrated outstanding leadership and standards on campus or in their community. Currently enrolled in a full-time degree program at an accredited Texas university or college. Two (2) letters of recommendation from faculty or prominent community members, proof of leadership via campus or community involvement, 500-1,500 word essay based on topic chosen by firm.

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IDEA El Paso Is Opening Schools in Your Neighborhood

IDEA El Paso Is Opening Schools in Your Neighborhood

This August, IDEA Public Schools will begin serving more than 1,000 Pre-K-1st and 6th grade students in the El Paso community.  Read on to learn m...

IDEA Public Schools Celebrates Mexican Independence Day

IDEA Public Schools Celebrates Mexican Independence Day

September 16 is Mexican Independence Day, and campuses across the IDEA Team & Family celebrated this important day on Friday, September 15. At IDEA Riverview Academy and...

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