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Apply Now For $2,500…

Texas STEM Challenge Scholarships of up to $2,500 per year will be awarded for the Fall 2012 semester to eligible current and incoming Alamo Colleges students...
Apply Now For $2,500 T-STEM Scholarships For Fall 2012

Apply Now For $2,500 T-STEM Scholarships For Fall 2012

Texas STEM Challenge Scholarships of up to $2,500 per year will be awarded for the Fall 2012 semester to eligible current and incoming Alamo Colleges students with a declared major in a STEM (science, technology, engineering or mathematics) program, including specific Allied Health majors.

There are no income qualifications. To be eligible, you must also:
• Submit a scholarship application at http://wwwsecure.alamo.edu/scholarship/application.aspx 
• Submit an official high school transcript to the T-STEM liaison
• Have minimum GPA of 3.0 in high school math and science courses
• Agree to complete 30 hours in 2012-2012 (fall, spring and summer)
• Complete 80% of coursework per semester
• Register with the Selective Service System if you are a male between the ages of 18 and 25. Register at www.sss.gov/RegVer/wfRegistration.aspx
· Do not reapply– if you completed an Alamo College scholarship application during the 2012 Spring semester and meet eligibility, your application will be considered

Application selection begins June 21, 2012. Don’t wait! Apply today!

For more information, contact:
San Antonio College: Angela Stewart, astewart42@alamo.edu, 210-486-1302
St. Philip’s College: Dr. Jo Dee Duncan, jduncan36@alamo.edu, 210-486-7119
Palo Alto College: Daniel Uresti, duresti@alamo.edu, 210-486-3117
Northwest Vista College: Andrea Anderson, aanderson76@alamo.edu, 210-486-4385
Northeast Lakeview College: Karla Kosub, kkosub1@alamo.edu, 210-486-5332

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