The 2012-2013 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Student Council members voted, unanimously, to give a $25,000 endowment to the Texas A&M Foundation in order to create the C.O.A.L.S. Council Scholarship. It was the intention of the Council to give back to students within the college and the first $1,000 scholarship was awarded to a continuing student for the 2013-2014 academic year.
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The scholarship application is usually due sometime in March and will be updated the beginning of each spring semester. Click on the application tab at the top to access the application.
The College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Student Council established the COALS Council Scholarship in October 2012 through their $25,000 endowment to the Texas A&M Foundation. As representatives of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, council members sought to give back to students in a meaningful way. The scholarship shall be for the benefit of the students of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. It is the intent of this scholarship to be from the students to the students.
A. A continuing (undergraduate) student in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences who is not graduating prior to May 2020
B. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above
C. Students who demonstrate leadership and involvement in non-classroom activities in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences including student organizations, working, research etc.
D. Students who demonstrate service in the community
E. Well-rounded students
F. A scholarship recipient is ineligible to reapply after receiving the scholarship
Application Due Date is Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 12:00 pm.
Applications will be turned in online through the Google Form.
To access the application the applicant must be logged in through a google account. (Either TAMU or Google)
Interviews will be announced at a later in the year. You will be notified if you receive an interview spot. Which will take place over phone.
Pictures courtesy of Texas A&M Foundation photographer Gabe Chmielewski