Dr. Franklyn Alexander Scholarship Fund

Dr. Franklyn Alexander, an Arlington dentist and committed friend of The University of Texas at Arlington was reared in Baird, Texas- a small West Texas community with a population of approximately 1,600. Recognizing the challenges that students from small towns are confronted with in their pursuit of higher education, Dr. Alexander established the Dr. Franklyn Alexander Scholarship Fund to provide financial support to students studying science from communities similar to his own.

College of Science undergraduate or graduate students who:
1) are currently enrolled as a full-time or part-time student majoring in Science
and
2) demonstrate academic achievement by maintaining a cumulative GPA in Science of an acceptable level, as determined by the College of Science Scholarship Selection Committee
are eligible to apply.

Preference shall be given to students who have graduated from a Texas high school in a town with less than 150,000 in population.

This scholarships will be awarded in the spring 2020 semester and applied to the award recipient’s student account for Fall 2020. The student must be enrolled in Fall 2020 and continue to be in good academic standing to receive the funds from this scholarship.

Award
Varies
Scopes
College of Science
Deadline
02/09/2020
Supplemental Questions
  1. What high school did you graduate from?
  2. Please submit a brief autobiography, which includes the factors that influenced you to study within the College of Science at The University of Texas at Arlington and your professional goals.