The Naveen Jindal School of Management (JSOM) awards some merit-based scholarships to undergraduate students in both the fall and spring semesters. Each scholarship may have specific requirements based on the purpose of the scholarship, including: academic performance, area of study, residency status, community service and level of campus involvement. We will consider students for any scholarship that is currently funded and for which they qualify.
Our school has an officially appointed Scholarship Committee that reviews applications and, depending on the availability of funds, makes awards to the candidates who best satisfy the scholarship’s criteria and intent.
- Most of our scholarships cannot be combined with other scholarships awarded by the school.
- Applications from new students who are enrolling for the first time and who meet the scholarship criteria will be reviewed as offers of admission are extended by UT Dallas. Students will be notified after the Scholarship Committee has finalized decisions.
- Applications from continuing students will be reviewed and students will be notified of scholarship decisions after the established deadline for that semester. Students are usually notified whether or not they are granted an award by email to their UT Dallas email account. Scholarship applicants are also notified of their status by email usually prior to the university’s payment deadline date for the new semester.
- Incoming Freshman
- Continuing and
- Other Scholarships
- All freshmen are automatically considered for scholarships from the University and the Jindal School of Management.
- Continuing students and incoming transfer students must apply for competitively awarded scholarships.
- Periodically, other scholarships become available that may have different requirements.
UT Dallas Academic Excellence Scholarships
UT Dallas offers several hundred Academic Excellence Scholarships (AES) each year to incoming first-time-in-college freshman students. The application for admission to the University serves as the AES application. Prospective students who have submitted all of the required application materials to UT Dallas will immediately be reviewed automatically for AES awards.
There are three levels of AES Scholarship:
- Academic Honors Scholarship
- Academic Achievement Scholarship
- Academic Distinction Scholarship
To learn more, please check out the UT Dallas AES webpage
National Merit Finalists, National Achievement Scholars, & National Hispanic Recognition Program Scholars
The AES Program coordinates with the University’s National Merit Scholarship Division to offer special scholarships to students who are National Merit Finalists or recognized as a National Achievement Scholar by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Students recognized by the College Board’s National Hispanic Recognition Program are also afforded a specific scholarship opportunity. Click here for more information about these awards.
Jindal School of Management Scholarship Awards
In addition to the above scholarships offered by UT Dallas, the Naveen Jindal School of Management offers the JSOM Excellence scholarship program for UT Dallas students who choose a JSOM major.
- $1,000 per semester applied toward UT Dallas tuition and mandatory fees
- Total Value over four academic years: $8,000
- No application necessary as all admitted students are considered for this award.
The Fall 2014 deadline is April 25th, 2014.
JSOM requires that the following materials be submitted to apply for scholarships:
- Applicants must complete and sign the scholarship application form and submit other required materials.
- Applicants must have an outstanding academic record as evidenced by their SAT score, high school GPA, transfer GPA, or GPA on JSOM undergraduate course work. Student involvement, work experience and community service are taken into consideration.
- Applications for scholarship are evaluated after an offer of admission has been extended by UT Dallas.
- Some scholarships are renewable, and terms will be included in your scholarship offer email.
- To receive your scholarship, you must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 semester credit hours per semester.
- In addition to the minimum requirements, some scholarships may have other requirements or criteria for selection.
Mailing AddressThe University of Texas at Dallas
Naveen Jindal School of Management
800 West Campbell Road, SM43
Richardson, TX 75080-3021
Attn: Dr. Marilyn Kaplan, Associate Dean
CEO Netweavers Scholarship for Incoming Freshmen who are First Generation College Students
The DFW Chapter of CEO Netweavers established this scholarship for newly enrolled undergraduates at the University of Texas at Dallas School of Management. Applicants should demonstrate leadership ability, exhibit commitment to the principles of servant leadership, and be among the first generation of their immediate family to attend college.
It is the intent of the DFW Chapter of CEO Netweavers that these scholarships, valued at approximately $2,000.00 per semester, provide a steady source of funds for the recipient’s entire undergraduate career. In this spirit, awards will be given to the same student each year until their graduation, contingent on meeting all the criteria set out below and their continued commitment to Servant Leadership in their lives and careers.
As an organization based on a principal of ‘Servant Leadership’, the DFW Chapter of CEO Netweavers would like to share experiences, skills, and relationships with scholarship recipients. Recipients will become honorary members of the DFW Chapter during the duration of their scholarship, and will benefit from career and personal mentoring by the members of the organization.
Minimum qualifications include:
- Being among the first generation of the immediate family to seek a college degree.
- Graduating from a Texas High School
- Residing in Texas
AND as part of the scholarship application applicants must provide the following documents:
- Two letters of recommendation from high school teachers and/or counselors.
- A 750 word essay explaining why the applicant believes that servant leadership is an effective management tool and how they have behaved as a servant to others in their lives.
- A list of the books that they have read on the subject of Servant Leadership.
- A Letter of recommendation from a representative of a community service organization as to why and how the student has behaved as a servant leader.
- Submit your resume.