Spanish Scholastic Achievement Awards
Beginning Spring 2011, the Department will celebrate an annual Awards Day, when two sets of scholastic achievement awards are given. The first, the Antonio Rivarés Award for Outstanding Scholastic Achievement in Spanish, is given to the most outstanding graduating major in Spanish each academic year. It honors Dr. Antonio Rivarés, Professor Emeritus of Spanish, who taught at TCU several years ago. The second, the Faculty Choice Award for Excellence in Spanish, is given to outstanding students of Spanish each academic year. It represents the honor bestowed upon awardees by the faculty members of the Department of Spanish and Hispanic Studies who made the choice.
Scholarships for Tutoring in Spain
The Spanish Ministry of Education, Social Sciences and Sports (MEPSYD) offers several scholarships for US university students or recent graduates to serve as conversational tutors for Spanish students learning English in Spain during the academic year. The deadline for applications is usually mid-April for the following academic year. For more information and application forms, go to http://www.mepsyd.es/exterior/usa/en/programs/us_assistants/default.shtml
The Bryant F. Collins and Edward A. Bell Scholarships in Spanish
The Bryant F. Collins Scholarship and the Edward A. Bell Scholarship are awarded annually by the
to outstanding students of Spanish. The two awards for 2010-2011 totaled about $3,500.
Eligibility: Students who are majors in Spanish. Students must have a TCU cumulative GPA of at least 3.0, and a GPA of at least 3.5 in the Spanish courses taken at Texas Christian University. To apply, students must have completed a minimum of 6 credit hours at the level of 30000 or above.
Application Procedure: The following materials must be submitted to the Scholarship Selection Committee of the .
- Completed application form (available from the )
- Two letters of recommendation from faculty who are familiar with the
student’s academic work—one letter from a Spanish professor and one letter from a faculty member of a department other than the .
- A 500-word typed essay, double-spaced, written in Spanish. The
topic of the essay should be any subject related to the student’s career
goals, his or her experience with Spanish and Hispanic culture, or
another topic related to the student’s study of Spanish.
For further information please see your Spanish professor or inquire at the
, Reed Hall, Room 202, (817) 257-7366.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION: April 1
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