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Undergraduate Scholarships

TWU offers a variety of scholarships to undergraduate students.  However, the Department of Health Studies provide academic scholarships to new and current health studies undergraduate students. 

P.C. & Josephine Del Barto Endowed Scholarship: Established by the Del Barto-Tramonte Foundation. Provides scholarships for undergraduate students majoring in the fields of nursing, education and health studies.

Jacinda Simone Kennedy Endowed Memorial Scholarship: This endowed scholarship provides scholarships for undergraduate students majoring in Health Studies.

The scholarship application process is now online. Please use the TWU online application process. The deadline to apply is March 15th.

Graduate Scholarships

The University offers a large number of scholarships annually.  The Department of Health Studies also provides scholarships for their graduate students. 

The scholarship application process is now online. Please use the TWU online application process. The deadline to apply is March 15th.

Mary Lynn Walker Drews Endowed ScholarshipThis endowed memorial scholarship is to be awarded to a graduate student in health studies who shows promise as a potential health educator.  This annual endowed scholarship was established by the family and friends of Mary Lynn Walker Drews.  The recipient(s) will be determined by a committee composed of two faculty members and one second year graduate student in the area of Health Studies. The recipient must be enrolled in 6 hours of classes.

Janice Williams Health Education Endowed Fellowship: This endowed teaching fellowship is to be awarded to a doctoral student in health studies who graduated from or attended public school, maintained an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 while enrolled in an accredited university; OR participated in a recognized internship program or has recognized experience as approved by the scholarship committee. Because this is a teaching fellowship the doctoral student must have at least 18 graduate hours in health studies, health education, health promotion, or public health. This annual endowed fellowship was established by Dr. Janice Williams, an alum of the Health Studies doctoral program.  The recipient must be enrolled in 6 hours of classes. Recipients of the fellowship shall confirm in writing their intent to engage in the field of health studies for three years after completing and receiving their Ph.D.  The deadline to apply for Janice Williams Health Education Endowed Fellowship is February 1st.

Please note that the funds will be disbursed over the three semesters for the 2014-2015 academic year, starting in Fall 2014. Classes assigned to the teaching fellow are undergraduate level and will be taught on the Denton campus.

You can read about the 2013-2014 recipient, Megan Johnson.

Williams Health Education Teaching Fellowship Flyer


Graduate Student Assistantships

Graduate Student Assistantships

The University offers a number of teaching and research assistantships for qualified master's and doctoral graduate students.  Stipends vary according to assignment and educational level of the applicant. 

For additional information on the application process, please contact the Graduate School or Morgan O'Donnell, Program Director, who can be reached at

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