OUTSIDE SCHOLARSHIP CHECKS FOR MSU STUDENTS - Non-MSU scholarship checks, such as those from organizations, schools and businesses, should be made payable to Midwestern State University and mailed to MSU Financial Aid Office, 3410 Taft Blvd., Wichita Falls, TX 76308

Please include the student's name and MSU ID number with the check.


Yearly Scholarships for MSU Students
Redwine Honors Scholarship Program
Redwine Honors Presidential Scholarship
Late applications accepted
$4,000 per year
$7,000 per year
January 15*

Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation Scholarships 

Amount varies March 1
The Priddy Foundation Scholars
Applications available Nov. 1 - April 1
Full Tuition and Housing April 1
WFISD Foundation Scholarships Amount varies April 1
Preston-Clement Scholarship# $1,000 per year

April 1*

Senior Junior Forum Scholarship $2,000 per year

April 1

Northwest Texas Field and Stream Association Scholarship $1,000 per year May 1

Bryant and Dorothy Edwards Scholarship and

Kirk Edwards Scholarship#
*Late applications accepted 

$3,000 per year

$2,500 per year

May 10*
American National Bank & Trust Scholarship# $2,000 per year

May 10

Kyle Grove Memorial Scholarship-Iowa Park Optimist Club# $1,000 per year May 10

Better Business Bureau/Dr. Louis J. Rodriguez
Ethics Scholarship #

Top award $2,000; add'l awards vary May 15

First Generation Scholarship - Catholic Charities Tuition/fees, Room/Board, etc. May 19, 2023
Wichita Falls Association of Realtors Scholarship # $1,000 per year June 1
Work Services Corporation Scholarship# Amount varies June 1
Kiowa Kooks/Art Beyer Scholarship# Amount varies June 1
Red River Optimist Club Scholarship $500 per semester June 1 and Nov. 1
Midwestern Club Scholarship# $1,000 per year June 1

W.P. and Ann Howle Scholarship#

Amount varies June 1
Debra L. and Fred S. Sharp Sr. FirstGen Scholarship $3,000 June 1
Boys and Girls Club of Wichita Falls Scholarships Amounts vary June 5
Altrusa Club Scholarship # Amount varies June 15
Wichita Falls Club Capri Scholarship# Amount varies June 15*
Prof Edwards/Southwest Rotary Club Scholarship# Amount varies June 30
North Texas Chapter of the Texas Association of Vietnam Veterans Scholarship $1,000 per year June 30
Optimist Club of Wichita Falls Memorial Scholarship# $1,000 per year June 30
MSU Alumni Association Scholarship# Amount varies July 1

Holland-King Scholarship#

Holland-King Recommendation Form *Late applications accepted

Amount varies July 1*
Wichita County Medical Alliance Scholarship $1,500-2,000 June 30
Red River Optimist Club Scholarship $500 per semester Nov. 1 and June 1

 *Priority deadline. Late applications accepted.
 # Select applications may be emailed to: donor.services@msutexas.edu




Midwestern State University offers students over $2 million in general academic merit scholarships each year. New incoming freshmen who are admitted to MSU Texas by March 1 for fall or November 1 for spring are automatically considered for our general merit, Phi Theta Kappa, Regents and ISD scholarships. 

New incoming transfer students seeking their first bachelor’s degree who are admitted to MSU by July 1 for fall or November 1 for spring and have all required documents on file with the Admissions Office are automatically considered for our general merit and Phi Theta Kappa scholarships.

These are awarded if the deadline and criteria are met for the first semester that you are applying for admission.  Scholarships range from $750-$3,500 per academic year for students who qualify. 

For additional information regarding MSU scholarships, please visit the Admissions scholarship website, call MSU Admissions at (940) 397-4334, (800) 842-1922, or email admissions@msutexas.edu.

Visit the MSU Financial Aid Office for information on grants and loans.


MSU Academic Department Scholarships
Check with your academic department to inquire about additional scholarship opportunities. 




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Updated 4/11/23