TSHA - Texas Speech-Language Hearing Association

    Scholarship Awards

    Multiple University Awards: See instructions below for how to apply.

    • Sara Haynes Endowed Scholarship Fund  –  Supports a scholarship intended for a full-time student in an accredited speech-language pathology program in the state of Texas who demonstrates specific interest in and commitment to clinical interventions with adults with neurogenic disorders. Download the Haynes Scholarship Application

    • The Larry Higdon Student Presentation Fund  – Supports a speech-language pathology or audiology student when s/he presents at a meeting sponsored by the Texas Speech-Language-Hearing Association on a topic related to the diagnosis and/or treatment of hearing impairment and/or auditory processing.

    Specified University Awards:  Contact the university/organization specified to inquire about how to apply.

    Abilene Christian University

    Baylor University

    • Gardner Gateley Endowed Scholarship Fund  – Supports a scholarship for graduate students at Baylor University who demonstrate outstanding clinical skills and the potential to become an exceptional clinician.

    New Mexico State University

    • Madeline Brand Endowed Scholarship Fund  –  Supports a scholarship for students enrolled in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at UTEP and the Department of Special Education/Communication Disorders at NMSU. The scholarship will be awarded in alternate years to speech-language pathology students from UTEP and NMSU.

    Our Lady of the Lake University

    • Elizabeth Carrow Woolfolk Scholarship  – Supports a scholarship intended for a student enrolled in the Department of Communication and Learning Disorders at Our Lady of the Lake University.

    Stephen F. Austin State University

    Texas A&M Kingsville

    • Sondra's Money  – Supports a scholarship for a graduate student enrolled in Communication Sciences and Disorders at Texas A& M University-Kingsville.

    Texas Christian University

    Texas State University

    • Empress Zedler Scholarship Fund  Supports a scholarship for a student majoring in communication disorders currently enrolled in the graduate program at Texas State University.

    Texas Tech University Health Science Center

    • Judith Keller Scholarship Fund  Supports a scholarship for a graduate student enrolled in the Department Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.
    • Sherry Sancibrian Scholarship Endowment Fund  Supports a scholarship for a student enrolled in a graduate program of speech-language pathology in the Department of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center.

    Texas Woman's University

    University of Houston

    • Margaret Cooper Crabtree Scholarship Endowment Fund  – Supports a scholarship to a student enrolled in a graduate program of speech-language pathology at the University of Houston who has worked in a public school setting or has expressed an interest in working in the public schools as a speech-language pathologist.

    University of North Texas

    • Jeanne Braniff Terrell Scholarship Endowment Fund  – Supports a scholarship to a student enrolled in a graduate program of speech-language pathology at the University of Houston who has worked in a public school setting or has expressed an interest in working in the public schools as a speech-language pathologist.

    University of Texas at Austin

    • Anne Mauzy Scholarship Endowment Fund  – Supports scholarship awards to undergraduate and graduate students at the University of Texas at Austin pursuing a course of study leading to a career in the speech and hearing field in an educational setting, with further preference to students indicating an interest in the field of early childhood education.

    University  of Texas at Dallas

    University of Texas at El Paso

    • Madeline Brand Endowed Scholarship Fund  –  Supports a scholarship for students enrolled in the Department of Speech-Language Pathology at UTEP and the Department of Special Education/Communication Disorders at NMSU. The scholarship will be awarded in alternate years to speech-language pathology students from UTEP and NMSU.

    If you have questions regarding TSH Foundation Scholarship Awards, please contact the Scholarship Committee chairperson at TSHFscholarships@gmail.com