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Contribute to the Family Fund

The Family Fund helps to transform the quality of life for all UTSA students. These funds consist of donations made by the family members of current UTSA students. All contributions to the Family Fund support staff, faculty, and student led programs, all of which directly benefit the UTSA student body.

Family Fund Grant

Since its creation, the Family Fund has supported over 50 student programs. Here is a sample of some of the programs supported by Family Fund donors like you.


Parent Council Scholarship

The Parent Council Scholarship goes to deserving, current, full-time UTSA students with a family member who has joined the UTSA Family Association. The number and value of these scholarships will vary according to the availability of funds. Here are the scholarship criteria and application process to be considered for the scholarship.

Scholarship Criteria

  • This scholarship is available to undergraduate students enrolled on a full-time basis who are actively pursuing a degree at the University.
  • Recipients must demonstrate financial need, as defined by the Office of Student Financial Aid.
  • Preference will be given to those whose families hold membership in the UTSA Family Association.
  • The number of these scholarships will vary according to the availability of funds.

Application Process

Interested students should apply for the UTSA Parent Council Scholarship using the UTSA Scholarship Hub when it is open for submissions. Final selection of scholarship recipients is made via a committee of UTSA faculty or staff members and coordinated with the UTSA Office of Student Financial Aid. We are currently not accepting applications.

 

2021-2022 Parent Council Scholarship Recipients

Ethan Apawan

Ethan Apawan, from San Antonio, Texas, is a Sophomore majoring in Psychology. Ethan is expected to graduate with the Class of 2024.

Christina Zhang

Christina Zhang, from Atlanta, Georgia, is a Senior majoring in Computer Science. Christina is expected to graduate with the Class of 2022.