Biomedical Sciences Program Scholarships

  • Other Scholarship Opportunities

  • Study Abroad Scholarship Opportunities

Financial Aid Workshops

Biomedical Sciences Program Scholarships

The scholarships for the Biomedical Sciences Program are varied and typically range from $350-$2000. Applicants must be from BIMS, USVM, or NRSC-TPC.  (Some scholarships are major specific and will specify a major.) Residency requirements vary according to the scholarship. GPA requirements vary from a minimum 3.0 overall TAMU GPA to a minimum 3.5 overall TAMU GPA. Students must meet classification requirements at the time of application. Often, financial need as determined by Student Financial Aid Department is taken into consideration. Furthermore, membership and leadership activities in campus organizations recognized by TAMU, or official local, state and national organizations, will be considered and are typically required.  All criteria should be met at the time of application and all scholarships are subject to funds becoming available.

Scholarships below are applied for using the University Scholarship Application for Continuing Students (pull down Menu link for the University Scholarship App for Continuing Students) The application is available each year from October 15 to February 1 (deadline).  Please make sure that your application is as complete/detailed as possible. This should include all extracurricular and work activities.  Typically, students must complete 24 hours total, at Texas A&M University, in the Fall/Spring semesters preceding the award; and no “I” or “X” grades present on the transcript. (For some scholarships, more completed hours are required.)

Scholarship names:

  • Nancy M. and Brock D. Nelson, ’90 Scholarship in Biomedical Sciences
  • Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark Dunn Memorial Scholarship
  • BSA Parents’ Association Scholarships
  • Alison Lindorfer, O.D. Endowed Biomedical Science Scholarship
  • W. Dan Roberts, D.V.M. ’38 Endowed Scholarship in Biomedical Sciences
  • Elizabeth A.M. Crouch, PhD ’96 Endowed Scholarship
  • Chastity A. Carrigan ’16 Endowed Scholarship
  • Dr. John A. Shelby ’91 & Suzanne C. Shelby ’92 Endowed Scholarship
  • Cheryl Flint ’94 and Jim Flint Endowed Scholarship
  • Dr. Anna ’91 and Jim Whitling, Jr. ’90 Scholarship
  • Michelle Elizabeth Marshall Crotty ’84 Scholarship
  • Amy ’95 and Todd Keller ’94 Scholarship
  • Michelle Lynn Holsey Scholarship in Biomedical Sciences
  • Timothy E. Berreth & Jacklyn G. Berreth ’80 Endowed Biomedical Sciences Scholarship
  • Evelyn Castiglioni Memorial Endowed Scholarship
  • Drs. Brad ’96 & Tracie’97 Davis BIMS Scholarship
  • Beth Nolen Endowed Scholarship
  • BIMS Board Scholarship
  • BSA Scholarship

For BSA scholarship information, download the PDF here:

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Other Scholarship Opportunities

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Study Abroad Scholarship Opportunities

The George & Barbara Bush Foundation undergraduate student travel grants are available for application.  Student travel grants are awarded directly to the student to support travel to conferences, research projects, study, or internships in the United States or abroad.  The link for the instructions and form are below.  Additional pages may be attached to fully answer the questions.  Undergraduate students in BIMS, USVM, and NRSC-TPC should follow the and have all materials in by 5pm on , to with “George Bush Travel Grant App” in the subject line.  Late submissions will not be considered.

LINK:  UPDATED_2021-Undergraduate-Travel-Grant-Guidelines-and-Application.pdf.aspx (

CLAT Student Self-Directed Study Abroad Travel Stipend

There is money available through the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences’ International Programs for travel awards to offset travel costs. This money is available for independent work/study abroad experiences (i.e. not Faculty-Led trips). All undergraduate, graduate and professional students are eligible to apply.

For examples of previous trips taken, please visit

Please download the application by clicking here for details about the deadline, trip eligibility, and guidelines for receiving the travel stipend. If after reading the application you have further questions, please contact Dr. Clay Ashley.

Scholarships for studying abroad can be found and linked from the Study Abroad website at: Funding information, meetings, and FAQs can be found at and linked from the main study abroad website:

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Financial Aid Workshops

Money Education (ME) Center Workshops

Workshops are provided each semester covering a variety of personal finance topics in a relaxed and informal atmosphere. The Money Education Center provides workshop locations, dates, and times. Students can register online.

Money Education (ME) Center Advising

Students can contact the Money Education Center to schedule an appointment so that they can discuss their personal financial situation one-on-one with a Money Education Center Advisor as well as they offer walk-in Advising.


The MONEY.TAMU.EDU website provides useful personal finance content and videos which students can take advantage of from anywhere!


Students can access free scholarship resources, student loan repayment information and assistance, and financial education tools and videos by registering online for SALT™.

Please contact them at or 979-458-5325 to schedule a classroom presentation or to find out more about how you can connect your students to the program.

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