Scholarship eligibility

 ​First Time College Student 

 Enrolling For Fall 2018 Semester at Least part-time 

​    (Minimum 6 Credit Hours) 

 2.5 High School GPA or Higher

 Mexican Immigrants & Children of Mexican Immigrants 

 Latino Immigrants & Children of Latino Immigrants

    (Other Than Mexican)

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Reside in the Following 23 Texas Counties: 

​      Bastrop, Bell, Blanco, Brown, Burnet

      Caldwell, Coryell, Comanche, Coleman

      Falls, Fayette

      Hamilton, Hays

      Lampasas, Lee, Limestone, Llano

      McLennan, Milam, Mills

      San Saba



Seeing a need to invest in their citizens living abroad in the United States, the Mexican government began to focus on education by creating an academic scholarship.   Wanting to partner with a local nonprofit, the Mexican Consulate sought out Foundation Communities to partner with because of their stellar reputation in the community and their vast work in college support services.

​The goal of the MexAustin Scholarship is to see the next generation of Latino and Latina students excel in higher education. The scholarship is open to all students of Latino heritage regardless of their status in the United States.  We recognize there may be many barriers that a student may have to overcome while on their road to seeking higher education.  It is our hope that with the support of local community leaders, the next generation of Latino and Latina scholars will be equipped to bring about positive change to our communities both domestic and abroad. 

Financial burden should not be a reason to stop seeking education, that is why The MexAustin Scholarship is for you.

CONTACT US | 512-610-4012

*2016 Statistics

No dejes para mañana lo que puedas hacer hoy.

Financial Need Should not stop you from obtaining higher education

empoderar a nuestros futuros líderes.


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Scholarship Application

The MexAustin Scholarship application is currently closed and will reopen in 2018.

  • Applicants will be required to complete their 2018-2019  FAFSA or TASFA application​.

            (Students are able to apply for either financial aid application as early                                  as  October 1, 2017 and receive assistance through the College Hub.)

  • The application will ask students to write two essays.
  • Provide two professional references. 
  • Upload a resume -which should include extracurricular activities and volunteer experience.

Students are encouraged to work with a Scholarship Mentor by scheduling an appointment through the College Hub at Foundation Communities. Scholarship Mentors provide free one-on-one support in essay editing, assist in resume writing and completing scholarship applications.