RFSA has awarded 23 scholarships for a total of $29,750 since 2009.
Details of this scholarship program are contained in a memorandum of understanding with the University that provides for the following criteria:
- Recipient(s) should be enrolled at Texas State University for a minimum of 12 hours per semester for undergraduate students and a minimum of 6 hours per semester for graduate students.
- Recipients must maintain a GPA of at least 3.0 for freshmen, 3.25 for continuing and transfer students, and 3.5 for graduate students.
- Entering freshmen must be in the top quartile (25 percent) of their graduating class.
- Consideration may also be given to students with a financial need as documented through the Texas State Financial Aid and Scholarships Office.
- Consideration will be given for documented leadership, extra-curricular activities and community service.
The Retired Faculty & Staff Association will award
three $1,500 scholarships for the
upcoming academic year.
The First Preference will be given to a retired faculty or staff relative. The Second Preference will be to a relative of a current faculty or staff member of Texas State University.
Apply on line – to the B.O.S.S. System @
Applicants must have been admitted to Texas State University and have already received a net ID. Deadline for accepting applications online is June 30, 2019.
RFSA thanks University Federal Credit Union for their contribution to our scholarships.
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Fall 2018 RFSA Scholarship Recipients
Ian Lattie, from San Marcos, is a Freshman majoring in Engineering Technologies with a civil concentration. Ian is a member of the Bobcat Marching Band and is expected to graduate in 2022. Upon graduation, he plans to become a civil engineer and help build the infrastructure of the future.
Caryn Maltby, from New Braunfels, is a Sophomore majoring in Advertising and Mass Communications with an Art & Design minor. In addition to her coursework, Caryn works at Network Operations on campus. She is scheduled to graduate in 2020 and plans to use her degree to get a job as a Creative or Art Director for an advertising agency.
Haileigh Straube (not pictured) is from Fredericksburg. She transferred to Texas State her sophomore year and earned her bachelor’s degree in Communication Disorders in May 2017. She is now enrolled as a Graduate Student majoring in Communication Disorders and her goal is to work in a hospital or ENT clinic assisting patients with feeding and swallowing disorders.
Former RFSA Scholarship Recipients
Jaclyn A. Contreras
Thomas Ortiz Moerke
Daniel Curtis Klinge