Note: The single online Honors College scholarship application suffices for all Honors College scholarships. Return to the Honors College Scholarship page to apply.
The Ted and Sue Getterman Endowed Scholarship established a merit-based award for academically gifted incoming and current students enrolled in the Honors College.
Basic requirements for scholarship eligibility:
• Must be enrolled in the Honors College
• Must be a full-time student during the scholarship period
• Must complete CSS Profile and FAFSA with Student Financial Services. Full details are available on Baylor's Student Financial Services website here.
If you are awarded the scholarship, we will renew it automatically the next academic year provided you meet the basic requirements listed above and have a GPA of 3.5 or higher. However, scholarships awarded for study abroad are for that purpose only and are not renewed.
If you have questions about the scholarship or for more information, please contact Dr. Douglas Henry at Douglas_Henry@baylor.edu.
More about Ted and Sue Getterman
The Ted and Sue Getterman Endowed Scholarship Fund was established in 2010 by Louis T. Getterman Jr. and Sue H. Getterman of Waco, Texas.
Ted Getterman graduated from Baylor University in 1949 with a BBA degree. He completed his JD degree in 1951. Sue Getterman graduated from Baylor University in 1950 with a BA degree.
Mr. and Mrs. Getterman received the 2000 Waco Philanthropists of the Year award from the Central Texas Chapter of the National Society of Fund Raising Executives and the 1999 Distinguished Service Award from Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center. They were instrumental in creating the Ted and Sue Getterman Wellness Center in connection with Hillcrest Baptist Medical Center. They also have received Baylor's Huckins and Neff Medallions, the Athletic Director's Hall of Honor Achievement Award, and the Baylor Founders Award. They have established Baylor scholarships in business, music, education, religion, and athletics. Additionally, they provided the largest donation to women's athletics, which resulted in Getterman Softball Stadium, and are the major benefactors towards the completion of Armstrong Browning Library's Garden of Contentment. They are members of the Heritage Club and the Baylor-Waco Foundation, where she served as the first chair of the women's division. She also served as a member of the Baylor Board of Regents from 2001-2010 and was a member of Baylor's Campaign for Greatness National Steering Committee. She currently serves on the Baylor Advisory Board for the President's Scholarship Initiative and is a member of Pi Beta Phi.
The Gettermans are members of the Endowed Scholarship Society, Old Main Society, Baylor Bear Foundation, Heritage Club, and Baylor/Waco Foundation. They have two sons -- Louis, III (Texas A&M BBA '75) and Holt (BBA '77). They have four grandsons, one granddaughter, and three great-grandchildren.