Scholarships are made available by a variety of sources, each with its own criteria and deadline. Some scholarships may only be available when funding for a particular year has been provided.
Additionally, there are numerous national scholarships available throughout the year. Please contact the Office of Financial at 281-998-6022 for the most up to date listings.
Texas Chiropractic College Scholarship Information
Types of Scholarships:
- Campuswide Scholarships
- Faculty Association Scholarships
- National Scholarships
- Nashville Spine and Sport Chiropractic Scholarship
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You may also obtain hard copies of the applications and scholarship listings by visiting the Office of Financial Aid in the Harris Building.
Pathway To Excellence Scholarship Program
The Pathway to Excellence Scholarship is TCC's most prestigious award to incoming students. The Program is offered to entering students and begins with the fall trimester of 2010. Recipients must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or above in order to be eligible.
Students who meet the criteria will be awarded $2,000 per trimester for a total of $20,000 over the course of their ten trimester career at TCC. PTE recipients will maintain their award if they achieve a 3.25 grade point average at the end of their third trimester. This means that scholars are guaranteed $6,000 awards. After the third trimester recipients must continuously maintain a 3.25 minimum grade point average throughout the remainder of the ten trimester course of study. All entering students with a minimum 3.5 gpa will receive the initial scholarship award.
Students wishing to learn more about Texas Chiropractic College and the Pathway To Excellence Scholarship program are encouraged to contact the Office of Admission, 1-800-468-6839 (locally 281-998-6007) or .
Academic Honors Award
This one-time $2,000 scholarship is awarded to all incoming students who have earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.25-3.49 in their previous coursework. This program was implemented to complement the College's Pathway to Excellence Program.