Bobcat Pride Scholarship Fund

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Academic Scholarship Application

This scholarship rewards the hard work it takes to maintain at least a 3.0 GPA while engaging in community involvement.  Recipients during the 2016-2017 academic year will be awarded $3,000.

Scholarship Application Deadlines:

Fall semester award ($3,000) - May 15th

Spring semester award ($3,000) - December 15th

Apply online!

Supporting Documents

Code of Conduct and Recipient Responsibility Form

Scholarship Recipient Agreement Form

Recommendation Form

Or print and submit by mail: Academic Achievement Scholarship Application

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Leadership Development Scholarship Application

Download the application: Leadership Development Scholarship Application

This scholarship provides a full ride to attend the national Camp Pride conference.  It is the only national LGBTQIA  leadership camp bringing together students from colleges and universities across the nation. The goal is to build leadership capacity among LGBTQIA and ally undergraduate and graduate student leaders to create safer and more inclusive campus communities in the United States. This year Camp Pride will be hosted at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte July 18-22, 2018.

Click here for more information on Camp Pride!

Scholarship Application Deadline: April 1st

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The BPSF Rattler Pride Scholarship was created to provide financial support for LGBTQIA San Marcos High School seniors, inclusive of all minority sexuality and gender identities, who have been admitted to Texas State University. Thank you to Jon and Stacie McGee for making this scholarship happen.

Scholarship Application Deadline: April 14th

Award amount: $500

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Emergency Stabilization Fund

We realize that students who identify as gender and sexual minorities may experience unforeseen financial crises that could negatively impact their well being and/or ability to stay enrolled at Texas State University.  In the event of such crises, our goal is to provide limited financial assistance to eligible students in need.  

The Emergency Stabilization Fund was created to provide one-time funding to LGBTQIA Texas State students to ensure their basic needs are met and that they remain enrolled at the institution. Undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni within six months of graduation are eligible to apply. 

Find out more here: Emergency Stabilization Fund