Our Volunteer Scholarship program recognizes students with an exemplary academic record based on a combination of GPA and test scores.
Incoming first-year international students (non-US citizens or permanent residents and will not graduate from a US high school) with a minimum 3.8 GPA* who apply for admission by May 1 of their final year in high school will be automatically considered for these institutional scholarships. New test scores to determine eligibility for the Volunteer Scholarship are due by July 1, 2021. You must matriculate the fall semester immediately following your high school graduation. International students who reside in the United States and will graduate from a US high school should refer to the in-state and out-of-state scholarships webpage.
In order to keep the Volunteer Scholarship, you’re required to:
- Maintain a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) and good academic standing
- Maintain full-time enrollment throughout each semester
Learn more about scholarships for transfer students.
These amounts are based on out-of-state fee paying status. Should your residency status change, it could affect your award amount.
|**ACT/SAT Score||Annual Award||Four-Year Award Amount|
|34–36 / 1490–1600||$18,000||$72,000|
|30–33 / 1360–1480||$15,000||$60,000|
|28–29 / 1300–1350||$10,000||$40,000|
Amounts shown are for the 2021–22 academic year and are good for four years. Scholarship programs are reviewed annually and may change for future academic years.
*UT Converted & Weighted Core GPA
**Composite superscore; writing component of the standardized test scores not factored into the calculation
Retain Your Scholarship
Find out the requirements to retain your Volunteer Scholarship after it is initially awarded to you.