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SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION

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Applicants will be required to complete and a 2020-2021 FAFSA or TASFA application​ and respond to two essay prompts. The scholarship application will also ask students to provide two professional references and provide a resume.


​​We encourage students to work with the College Hub at 

Foundation Communities.  ​The College Hub provides free assistance for financial aid applications, coaching and planning, and support with scholarship applications. 

​No dejes para mañana lo que puedas hacer hoy.

Financial Need Should not stop you from obtaining higher education

Scholarship eligibility​


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  • ​​​The applicant should be a first-time college student 

  • Enrolling for Fall 2020 Semester for a minimum of 6 credit hours

  • High School GPA: 2.5 or Above

  • Mexican immigrants & children of Mexican immigrants 

  • Latinx immigrants & children of Latinx immigrants

  • Demonstrate financial need

  • Reside in one of the following 23 Texas Counties: 

    ​​Bastrop, Bell,  Blanco,  Brown,  Burnet,  Caldwell,  Coryell,  Comanche,  Coleman,  Falls,  Fayett,  Hamilton,  Hays,  Lampasas,  Lee,  Limestone,  Llano​,  McLennan,  Milam,  Mills,  San Saba,  Travis  and  Williamson 

*2018 STATISTICS

empoderar a nuestros futuros líderes.

MEXAUSTIN SCHOLARSHIP ​

​​​​Scholarship Status: CLOSED | Available: January 15, 2020 | Deadline: April 30, 2020 | Selections: June 2020 | Ceremony: June 2020

​​​What is MEXAUSTIN?

Wanting to invest in their citizens living abroad in the United States, the Mexican government created an academic scholarship to promote education in the greater community.  The Consulate General of Mexico in Austin collaborates with Foundation Communities to administer the scholarship. 


The goal of our partnership is to support the next generation of Latino and Latina students to excel in higher education. We recognize there may be many barriers that a student may have to overcome while on their path to achieving their higher education credential.  


​It is our hope that with the support of local community leaders, the next generation of Latinx scholars will be equipped to bring about positive change to our communities both domestic and abroad. ​​