To remain eligible for the scholarship, you must be registered as a full-time student in good academic standing in the School of Architecture for the duration of the award period. Any deviation from this may result in the cancellation of your scholarship.
1. Scholarship agreement
UTSOA Continuing Student awards: Accept your scholarship online through the scholarship system.
Recruitment or external awards managed by UTSOA: Complete the Scholarship Acceptance Form linked in your award letter.
2. Thank-you letters
You must write a thank-you letter to EACH individual listed for your award(s). You may use the same basic text for multiple letters to donors, but make sure to appropriately personalize each letter. Use proper business letter format. See our Scholarship FAQ for questions.
After you've written your letter(s), submit them to UTSOA with the following materials:
- Original copy of your signed thank-you letter(s)
- Stamped envelope(s) addressed to the letter recipient(s). Include your student return address on the top left corner of the envelope.
You may deliver your letter(s) to the Graduate Office in SUT 2.130 or mail them to:
Graduate Admissions and Scholarship Coordinator
310 Inner Campus Drive Stop B7500
Austin, TX 78712-1009
DO NOT mail the letter(s) directly to the letter recipient(s). The Graduate Admissions and Scholarship Coordinator will review the letter(s) and then mail them to the recipient(s).
Scholarship funds will not be released until you have completed both of these requirements. UTSOA scholarships are released in two equal payments after the 12th class day of the fall and spring semesters unless noted otherwise. This means that your UTSOA scholasrhip funds may be released after the tuition payment deadline. If you would like to avoid paying the toal amount of your tuition bill before your scholarship funds are released, please refer to the Tuition Installment Plan Instructions. Please review the Scholarship Disbursement section on the Scholarship FAQ for more information on how awards are processed.
Questions to: Carolyn Buchanan, Graduate Admissions and Scholarship Coordinator