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Clark Society Endowed Scholarship Information

First awarded in 1999, the scholarship has now supported 94 students who represent TCU with the highest degree of character and leadership. This highly-competitive merit scholarship rewards students for their academic excellence and involvement during their time at TCU and encourages them to stay engaged with TCU after graduation.

 

Faculty & Staff Information

 

Nominations are now closed. If you have questions about a nomination you have already filled out, please contact Karen Crouch at karen.crouch@tcu.edu

Have a rising senior who is an outstanding leader? Your nomination is the first step in identifying our next Clark Society Scholars. This highly-competitive merit scholarship rewards students for their academic excellence and involvement during their time at TCU and encourages them to stay engaged with TCU after graduation.

Qualifications:

  • Is a rising senior who will complete at least 85 hours by the end of the spring 2022 semester, be considered a full-time student in the fall 2022 semester and will graduate in either December 2022 or May 2023
  • Maintains at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA
  • Demonstrated leadership ability and be of good character
  • Has held at least one leadership position
  • Is in good standing with the University
  • Has contributed in a meaningful way to TCU’s quality of life and/or in the community

Next Steps:

  • Nominated students will be invited to apply and asked to complete an online application form, including an essay and resume.
  • Selection of the 2022-2023 recipients is made by the Clark Society Scholarship Selection Committee in the early spring.  

 


 

Student Information

 

Deadline for Applications: Wednesday, March 2, 2022 at 11:59 p.m.

How do I qualify?

  • Be a rising senior who will complete at least 85 hours by the end of the spring 2022 semester, be considered a full-time student in the fall 2022 semester and will graduate in either December 2022 or May 2023
  • Maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA
  • Demonstrate leadership ability and be of good character
  • Held at least one leadership position
  • Be in good standing with the University
  • Contributed in a meaningful way to TCU’s quality of life and/or in the community

How do I submit an application?

  • Eligible students will be contacted by the Office of Donor Relations to submit an application after their faculty/staff nomination has been received.

What do I need to submit?

  • Nomination from a professor or TCU staff member (this must be received to be able to apply)
  • Online application form
  • Essay
  • Resume

What happens next?

  • Selection of the 2022-2023 recipients is made by the Clark Society Scholarship Selection Committee in the early spring. 

 

 


 

About the Clark Society

The Clark Society consists of donors who give a minimum of $1,000 to TCU annually. This group benefits TCU in all areas - from undesignated gifts to the Annual Fund to those earmarked for athletics, creation of an endowed scholarship to underwriting chairs and professorships in the various schools and colleges. First awarded in 1999, the scholarship has supported 80 students thus far. 

Named after TCU's founders Addison and Randolph Clark, the Addison & Randolph Clark Society was created in 1977 to recognize the generosity of TCU's leadership-level donors. Investments made by Clark Society members are the foundation of TCU's tradition of excellence. 

 

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For more information, please contact Karen Crouch at  817-257-5726 or  Karen.Crouch@tcu.edu.