2023 Applications Are Announced
Every year, the Texas Tech Alumni Association awards hundreds of scholarships funded by alumni contributions. These scholarships are awarded to deserving current undergraduate and graduate students as well as incoming freshmen, incoming graduate and transfer students. TTAA scholarships are awarded based on a variety of factors including ethnicity, academic merit and financial need.
NOTE: Scholarships are for incoming, current, and transfer students from Bexar County and the surrounding area. Deadline to apply was April 15th.
2023 Award Winners
Zachary Jung – (incoming freshman) Floresville High School
Evelyn Smith – (current Texas Tech student) Johnson High School
Hanuk Kwon – (current Texas Tech student) Reagan High School
Elizabeth Downing – (current Texas Tech student) Alamo Heights High School
Juliette Clarady – (incoming freshman) BASIS San Antonio Shavano
Hudson Mask – (incoming freshman) Lytle High School
Yasmin Banuelos- (current Texas Tech student) Travis Early College High School
John Flores – (current Texas Tech student) Lytle High School
Trevor Crawford – (incoming freshman) O’Connor High School
Kylie Mask – (current Texas Tech student) Lytle High School
Annaliese Schultz – (incoming freshman) East Central High School
Arianna Rodriguez – (current Texas Tech student) Alamo Heights High School
Congratulations to ALL, and on behalf of the TTU SA Alumni Association, good luck with all of your future endeavors and GUNS UP!!
2022 Award Winners
2021 Award Winners
2021 San Antonio Scholarship Award Winners
1. Kylie Mask
2. Chloe Evans
3. Lesly Raezola Moreno
TTU Alumni Make a Difference
By the end of 2021 – The Alumni Association had 27,080 members and $2,514,190 in contributions. That same year was known for the establishment of the 1923 Society, the beginning of Legacy U, an engaging expansion of our Legacy Program, enhancement of the Official Ring Ceremony being moved to the United Supermarkets Arena and growing the ring tradition, among other accomplishments.
Across the full association we also awarded 458 scholarships in 2021, representing $558,197 in academic support. This number, in addition to the financial assistance we provide for Excellence Grants, Raider Road Shows, Summer Showcase and miscellaneous support, demonstrates that the TTAA proudly maintains its purpose of supporting the academic mission of Texas Tech. We are also grateful for our alumni chapter volunteers who remain committed to generating scholarships for the next generation of Red Raiders in their regions.
The Texas Tech Alumni Association is in as strong a position as it’s ever been in as far as supporting the university, our students, and alumni. This success would not be possible without your annual support. Membership matters and makes a difference!