Texas Aggie Graduate GrantThe Office of the Vice President for Research has established several internal grant programs to promote research and scholarly activity in a wide variety of fields and settings.
This is a need-based grant (need is determined by Student Financial Aid) for graduate students who are Texas residents. Each student may receive up to $1,500 per semester, with a maximum of $3,000 per year. (DO NOT SEND THIS APPLICATION TO THE OFFICE OF GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL STUDIES.) The application is now located on the Scholarships and Financial Aid website. Turn the completed form in to the Scholarships and Financial Aid office (located in the Pavilion, 2nd floor).
Research and Presentation Grants
Purpose: The Graduate Student Research and Presentation Grant Program is supported by the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies and by funds provided by The Texas A&M Association of Former Students. The purpose of the program is to support graduate student research or travel to make presentations or conduct research by reimbursing students for some of the eligible expenses incurred. Travel expenses are allowed on research grants if absolutely required in order to complete the research.
>>Grant Recipient Reimbursement Form
Eligibility: The applicant must be in good academic standing (3.0 GPR) and registered as a full-time graduate student at TAMU – College Station campus at the time of application and at the time of reimbursement. TAM Health Science Center students are not eligible for this award. Students are allowed one RAP grant per degree. If you have received a RAP grant before, you are not eligible to apply again, unless one was received as a master’s student and you are now applying as a doctoral student. Applications must be received by the posted deadlines to enable enough time for processing.
Prospective Graduate Student Travel Grant
Round 2 application deadline is January 5, 2014.
Departments and interdisciplinary programs are invited to request a grant from the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies to assist with outstanding prospective graduate student campus visits.
Prospective Student Travel Grant Guidelines and ApplicationThe purpose of this grant is to help departments to recruit prospective students who are interested in graduate and professional studies at Texas A&M by funding a portion of the students’ travel expenses. Maximum grant is $500 per student.