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Email:
finaid@blinn.edu

Fax
979-830-4149

Mailing Address:
Financial Aid
Blinn College
902 College Ave.
Brenham, TX 77833

Brenham Campus
On-campus Location:
Administration Bldg., Room 122

Bryan Campus
(not a mailing address)
On-campus Location:
Central Administrative Services Building
3125 S. Texas Ave., Suite 1900
(Tejas Shopping Center)

Phone
979-209-7230
979-830-4144

Scholarships

Numerous scholarships are available for Blinn College students.

 

When to Apply for Endowed Scholarships

Fall 2016 Endowed Scholarships:
The Blinn College 2016-2017 Endowed Scholarship application is open from February 1, 2016 to March 31, 2016. All applications and references must be received and submitted by 5pm on March 31, 2016.

Nursing Scholarships: 
Open December 7, 2015 thru January 8, 2016

How to Apply for Scholarships

Blinn College uses one on-line application for all Endowed Scholarships. Completing this application will ensure that you are applying for all of the Endowed Scholarships for which you are eligible.

In order to apply for Blinn College Endowed Scholarships, you must have the following items completed:

  • Application for admission to Blinn College You can apply at www.applytexas.org
  • Submit your High School transcripts to the Blinn College Admissions office (This does not have to be your final graduated transcript). Please contact the admissions office for further details about submitting transcripts at admissions@blinn.edu) If applicable provide all official college transcripts.

 

If you are having problems accessing this scholarship application, please contact the HELP Desk at 979-830-4357.

To answer questions regarding scholarships, please contact the Blinn Scholarship Advisor at 979-830-4107.


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Athletic Scholarships | Fine Arts Scholarships | Endowed Scholarships | Exemplary Scholarship | Outside Scholarships

T-STEM Challenge Scholarship

The deadline for Fall 2016 applications is: July 12, 2016 by 5:00 p.m. CDT

The Texas Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (T-STEM) Challenge Scholarship Program was established by House Bill 2910, passed by the 82nd Legislature, Regular Session in 2011.

The T-STEM program is funded through a grant from the Texas Guaranteed Student Loan Corporation, provided to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for the 2012-2013 biennium.

Grants awarded under the T-STEM program allow community and technical colleges to provide merit-based scholarships to qualifying, high-achieving full-time students pursuing careers in STEM and related fields.

Student eligibility is based on grade point average and successful completion of courses that lead to degrees and careers in specified STEM fields.
Due to a decrease in funding offered to Blinn College to support this scholarship, award amounts to eligible students may be less than $1,250 per semester. Final award amounts will be determined after the July 12, 2016 application deadline. Award preference will be given to students who are enrolled full-time.

T- STEM Informational Page

Qualifying T-STEM Instructional Programs

Application – 2016/2017 Use this form if you are applying for Fall 2016 through Summer 2017.



Academic Scholarships 

Blinn College offers the following academic scholarships:

Valedictorian Scholarship: Blinn College offers the valedictorian of any Texas high school a scholarship that covers Blinn College tuition, fees and use of books.  The scholarship can be received for up to 4 long semesters (no summer school) if the student maintains a 3.0 or better GPA and completes a minimum of 12 hours each semester.   

Salutatorian Scholarship: Blinn College offers the salutatorian of any Texas high school a scholarship that covers Blinn College tuition and fees.  The scholarship can be received for up to 4 long semesters (no summer school) if the student maintains a 3.0 or better GPA and completes a minimum of 12 hours each semester.   

Hallstein-Board of Trustees Scholarships : These scholarships are offered to students from high schools in the Blinn College service area who do not qualify for the valedictorian or salutatorian scholarship but who are in the top five percent of their class. These scholarships cover the costs of Blinn College tuition and fees.  The scholarship can be received for up to 4 long semesters (no summer school) if the student maintains a 3.0 or better GPA and completes a minimum of 12 hours each semester.    

  1. Copy of their UIL Certificate of Achievement.
  2. Letter on school letter head from their high school counselor or principal stating that the student competed in a state UIL competition.

Athletic Scholarships

Blinn College provides a number of scholarships in varying amounts to its Brenham campus student athletes in football, men's and women's basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, cheerleading, athletic trainers, and athletic managers. For more information on these, contact the Director of Athletics at (979) 830-4172.

Fine Arts Scholarships

At Blinn College we are fortunate to be able to offer scholarships to students that wish to participate in music regardless of major.  They are valued up to $1500 (this top amount typically is able to cover full-tuition) per semester.  They are awarded based on musical ability and the recommendation of a high school ensemble director.  Auditioning for the music program will also serve as your scholarship audition. Click here to see all the Fine Arts Scholarships.

Endowed Scholarships

A large number of endowed scholarships are available to Blinn students. Established as endowed funds, the interest from these funds is awarded annually in the form of one or more scholarships. Information concerning the establishment of a new endowed scholarship can be obtained by calling the office of the President at (979) 830-4112.

Exemplary Scholarship

Exemplary Scholarships are available to those Blinn College students who choose to live on the Brenham Campus.  To qualify a student must graduate high school with a 3.0 overall GPA (on a 4.0 scale) and take a minimum of 12 hours.