Tarrant County's Credit Union offers academically-motivated student members who demonstrate a desire to continue their education, whether at an accredited two-year or four-year college or a vocational/technical school, the opportunity to apply for scholarship awards.
Since the inception of the program in 2003, TCCU has awarded 47 scholarships to graduating high school seniors and returning undergraduate students.
Scholarships are awarded for the academic year (beginning in the fall semester), based on student’s membership in the credit union and an essay submission. Scholarships are not based on the student’s grades or extra-curricular activities.
The number of scholarships awarded is based on the number of applications received.
Awards are paid directly to the student’s school of choice, for discretionary use to assist with educational expenses.
The deadline for completed applications has been extended to July 1, 2020, due to the coronavirus.
In addition to submitting an application, please submit either an essay or video answering the following:
“If you could teach every high school student one thing about money, it would be... “
High School Graduate Scholarship Application
High School Graduate Scholarship Program Rules
High School Graduate Scholarship Video Application
Returning College Student Scholarship Application
Returning College Student Scholarship Program Rules
Returning College Student Scholarship Video Application
Video Submission Rules
2019 Scholarship Winners
McKenzie Flowers - Senior, Mansfield Legacy High School
Haylee Francks - Senior, Azle High School
Returning College Student - Hayden Flowers - Texas Tech University
2018 Scholarship Recipient
Returning College Student - Adenike Olabode; University of Missouri-Kansas City
My Future, My Way If you are thinking of going to college or technical or trade school, start here to learn how to go about paying for your education after high school.
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