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Laverne Noyes Foundation Scholarship
The Laverne Noyes Foundation Scholarship is a renewable scholarship, awarded to a limited number of qualified students registered at The University of Texas at Austin, who are blood descendants of individuals who rendered service in World War I between April 6, 1917, and November 11, 1918 and whose service was terminated by death or honorable discharge. Blood descent does not result in an automatic award. Financial need will be used to distinguish among applicants. Scholarship amount will not exceed tuition and fees generally charged to all students.
How to Apply
Entering Freshman Students:
  1. Complete the ApplyTexas Application for The University of Texas at Austin by December 1 of your senior year in high school.
  2. Complete all Financial Information, Essay Topics required by Admissions, and select "Laverne Noyes Foundation Scholarship" on Page 5 of the ApplyTexas Scholarship Section.
  3. Complete and return the Documentation for Laverne Noyes Foundation Scholarship (PDF) form. The completed form is required and must be received by our office no later than December 1 of your senior year of high school.
Continuing and Transfer Students:
  1. Complete the UT Austin Continuing & Transfer Scholarship Application by April 1 to be considered.
  2. Complete and return the Documentation for Laverne Noyes Foundation Scholarship (PDF) form. The completed form is required and must be received by our office no later than April 1.
All Applicants:

Mail completed documentation form to:
Attention: Laverne Noyes Foundation Scholarship Committee
Office of Financial Aid, Scholarship Section
The University of Texas at Austin
100 West Dean Keeton Street, E3700
Austin, TX 78712-1712
 
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When awarding the Laverne Noyes Foundation Scholarship, in addition to considering an applicant’s relation to a WWI veteran, the scholarship committee considers an applicant’s financial need, socioeconomic status, academic and extra-curricular achievements, and hardships. As with most scholarships awarded through the University, funds are limited and the selection process is highly competitive.