Scholarships - Current Students

Buckner-Honors College International Missions Scholarship

Application Deadline: March 1, 2015

Buckner International partners with the Honors College in providing national and international service and academic opportunities for Honors College students. Are you looking for a way to make a lasting impact in the lives of people around the world -- from the grasslands of Africa to the mountains of Peru? Project Go is a one-month opportunity to join a 135-year movement in transforming the lives of children and families from every walk of life. From teaching English to farming and brick-making, and from visiting orphans to helping in community medical clinics, Project Go is a unique opportunity for college-aged students to use their strengths to share the love of Christ.

This merit-based scholarship assists current Honors College students in assisting those in need. Support. Defend. Uphold. Go! It's your mission. More information...


Honors College General Need- and Merit-Based Scholarships

Because the applicant's need level is taken into consideration in the disbursement of scholarship awards, you must submit the FAFSA to be considered for the awards.


Honors College Travel Stipend Scholarship

The Travel Stipend Scholarship is awarded to support current Honors College student scholarship by means of funding for participation in professional conferences. More information...


Values & Capitalism Writing Award
• Deadlines: Entries must be received by Tuesday, July 21, 2015, and final decisions will be announced on Friday, July 31, 2015.
• Contact: Meredith.Schultz@aei.org

This year, Values & Capitalism (V&C) will be offering scholarships toward college tuition for (1) the three best essays offering moral defenses of free enterprise; and, (2) the two best examples of op-ed journalism on the topics of public policy or economics in a campus newspaper or an outside professional publication.

Essay Awards: First place will receive a $5,000 scholarship, second place will receive a $2,500 scholarship, and third place will receive a $1,000 scholarship. All three winners will receive a complete set of V&C minibooks, a signed copy of Arthur Brooks’s "The Road to Freedom," and an invitation to travel to Washington, DC (expenses paid) for AEI’s 2016 Annual Dinner. The essays will be a featured in an online AEI publication.

Journalism Awards: Both winners will receive $2,000 scholarships, a complete set of V&C minibooks, a signed copy of Arthur Brooks’s "The Road to Freedom," and an invitation to travel to Washington, DC (expenses paid) for AEI’s Annual Dinner. The articles will be featured in an online AEI publication. More information...


Values & Capitalism Young Scholars Award
• Deadlines: Entries (including transcripts and recommendations) must be received by Tuesday, July 21, 2015. Final decisions will be announced on Friday, July 31, 2015. The final project is due on April 27, 2016.
• Contact: Meredith.Schultz@aei.org

The Values & Capitalism Young Scholar Awards program seeks to foster high-quality academic research and exposition by awarding $5,000 scholarships in public policy or economics to two rising juniors or seniors at Christian colleges or universities. Students are awarded scholarships for demonstrating significant promise in their field of research and a commitment to AEI’s mission of expanding liberty, increasing individual opportunity, and strengthening free enterprise. More information...


Study Abroad Scholarship Opportunities

Honors College Study-Abroad Scholarship -- APPLY HERE!

Honors College students routinely study abroad, exploring in situ a number of great texts, traditions, and ideas, experiencing holistic education under the tutelage of Baylor professors, and enjoying the camaraderie of outstanding peers. The Honors College sets aside scholarship resources to help defray the expense especially of summer study abroad programs. Applications are reviewed on the basis of need and merit, with a high premium placed upon the applicant's case that studying abroad significantly advances his/her academic purposes.

NOTE: This scholarship is not generally awarded for fall- or spring-semester study abroad programs. Priority is granted to summer study abroad programs. Once awarded, an applicant may receive the scholarship for additional study abroad programs if he/she applies again; however, the award is for study abroad only and is not automatically renewed.

Allison Family Foundation Scholarship

Beyond scholarships offered by the Honors College for study abroad programs, current students also should consider the Allison Family Foundation Scholarship. Priority is given to Spanish or Latin American Studies majors/minors participating in Baylor in Denia, Baylor in Madrid, or other Baylor-directed or Baylor-affiliated study-abroad program in Spanish. For more information about the Allison Family Foundation Scholarship, please contact Ms. Rachel Rooney in Modern Languages & Cultures.

Glennis McCrary Goodrich Scholarship Award for International Research

This award is designed to advance international undergraduate research at Baylor University and is available to current undergraduate students who establish a need to pursue research outside of the United States for the purpose of advancing or completing for-credit academic work. Because this scholarship is need-based, you must submit the FAFSA to be considered for the award.

For more information about this scholarship, contact Bobby Leis. To apply, click here.