The Michael Maltrud Endowed Memorial Scholarship shall be held in perpetuity and shall be used for the benefit of the College of Sciences ("College") at the University or its successor. Funds distributed from the endowment shall be used to provide one or more scholarships for undergraduate students enrolled in the College in accordance with the following criteria:
- The number and amount of awards may vary depending on distributions from the endowment and the applicant pool in any given year. It is preferred that scholarship(s) not drop below $1000.
- Recipient(s) must be enrolled full-time as determined by the University and actively pursuing a degree in the College. An exception to full-time enrollment may be granted by the Dean on a case-by-case basis when the student is not required to take a full course load to graduate, provided the student is enrolled in a minimum of six credit hours.
- Recipient must have minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (on a scale of 4.0) and be in good standing with the University.
- Primary preference will be given to applicants who have completed 60 credit hours and are pursuing a degree in Computer Science or, if one becomes available, a teaching certificate specializing in Computer Science.
- Among equally qualified applicants, preference will be given to graduates of John Marshall High School in San Antonio, Texas, or successor.
- Additional preference will be given to those who demonstrate financial need as determined by the Office of Student Financial Aid at the University.
- Recipients should be U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
- Applicants must complete a University General Scholarship and Award Application, provide a one-page essay describing themselves and their goals. Final selection of the recipient will be made by an officially recognized scholarship committee of the College, or its successor.
How to apply:
- Login to the UTSA Scholarship Hub using your myUTSA ID and passphrase.
- Answer all the questions for the General Scholarship Application.
- Complete your General Scholarship Application by clicking Finish and Submit. Based on this application, you may be eligible for additional scholarship opportunities.
- Review every additional scholarship opportunity and its requirements by clicking Apply next to each. If you qualify, answer the accompanying questions and then select Finish and Submit for each.
Application Deadline for 2020-2021 Awards is Wednesday July 1st at 11:59PM
Helpful Tips when on the UTSA Scholarship Hub
- Be prepared to provide essays, contact emails for individuals providing letters of recommendation and other documents that may be required. The application will state if letters of recommendation, essays, etc. are required for your scholarship.
- If you encounter problems or have questions about the General Scholarship Application, please view the Frequently Asked Questions. Some users may experience slow website performance as the deadline approaches.
- If selected for a scholarship, you’ll be notified by the organization managing the scholarship, usually by email. If awarded a scholarship, your overall need-based financial aid award may need to be adjusted.
- HELP TEXT – For additional information or clarification, click the gray circles with the question mark.
- PROVIDING REFERENCES – Not all scholarships require letters of recommendation. If a recommendation is needed, you will be prompted to enter the individual’s full name and email address. It’s expected that you respectfully request permission to use an individual as a reference prior to submitting their contact information. Once the contact information is submitted, an email is immediately sent to your reference with instructions on how to complete the recommendation. Please encourage a timely response from your reference. You will not be able to view the submitted recommendation, only that it has been received.