The recipient of any scholarship provided by this fund shall be a student in good standing pursuing a master’s degree in Special Education and have an interest in working with students who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Preference will be given to alumni who received their Bachelor’s Degree from ETSU or TAMU-C from the College of Education, specifically with focus in Psychology or Special Education.
Recipient’s name can be published as a scholarship recipient.
Failure to meet the requirements of this scholarship may cause scholarships to be revoked.
This scholarship may entitle an out of state resident to the Non-Resident Tuition Exemption as outlined by the Texas A&M University-Commerce Policy on Non-Resident Tuition Exemption for Competitive Scholarship Recipients.
Psychology, & Special Education
Please submit a one page summary of your career goals in Special Education with special emphasis on how the use of holistic teaching methods and strategies, specifically the integration of drama and/or music, could benefit the students on the Autism Spectrum.
Please attach a copy of your transcript to show proof of graduation