Provost’s Scholars are noted for their achievements, hard work and leadership. The scholarships are offered to some of our best first-year and transfer students to help them pursue a TCU academic challenge commensurate with their abilities.
How are Provost’s Scholars Selected?
Application for undergraduate admission to TCU serves as the application for all academic scholarships. Each year, a select 100+ students – out of approximately 20,000 applications – are invited to campus for a weekend in February to interview for TCU’s most prestigious academic scholarships. From this group of outstanding students, we select recipients for both the Chancellor’s and Provost’s Scholarships.
What is the Academic Profile of Provost’s Scholars?
Students who are offered the Provost’s Scholarship have excelled in a rigorous college preparatory curriculum. Most are at the top of their high school graduating class. The average high school GPA for entering Fall 2022 Provost’s Scholars is 3.99. The average GPA for all current Provost’s Scholars is 3.83 (TCU cumulative).
What is TCU’s financial commitment to funding the Provost’s Scholars program?
The four-year value of the scholarship for each scholarship recipient is $160,000, not including additional programming activity costs for the group. Programming and support for the Provost’s Scholars are provided through the Office of the Provost. The program is managed in partnership with the Office of Admissions, the Office of Scholarships and Student Financial Aid, and the John V. Roach Honors College.
Meet the Current Provost’s Scholars
Jonah Crain – Finance – Melrose, Massachusettes
Landry Johnston – Finance – Parker, Colorado
Hailey Junca – Speech-Language Pathology – Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Mackenzie Nichols – Biology – Jackson, Mississippi
Madelene Riche – Speech-Language Pathology – Fort Smith, Arkansas
Ashley Russell – Math – San Clemente, California
Zoe Sueltenfuss – Educational Studies – Boerne, Texas
Sarah Walter – Sociology – Tulsa, Oklahoma
Morgan Washington – Political Science – Haslett, Texas
Riley Winkler – Marketing – Lakeville, Minnesota
Sunny Courtwright – Ranch Management – Dallas, Texas
Huntley Doyle – Accounting – Pinckney, Miami
Eric Eaton – Movement Science – Euless, Texas
Bryce Flynn – Electrical Engineering – Austin, Texas
Ella Johnson – Political Science – Fort Collins, Colorado
Brandon Keo – Physics – Fort Worth, Texas
Kate Myers – Biology – Fort Worth, Texas
Anjali Palaniappan – Physics – Lake Arrowhead, California
Annika Sellke – Philosophy – Newberg, Oregon
Allie Treadwell – Nursing – El Dorado, Texas
Sarah Douglass – Educational Studies – Little Rock, Arkansas
Sarahann Adams – Political Science – Odessa, Texas
Theo Couris – Biology – La Jolla, California
Joshua Dedmon – Business – Edmund, Oklahoma
Madison Liley – Nursing – Scottsdale, Arizona
Lily Norcross – Nutrition – Crawford, Texas
Christopher Saul – Business – Augusta, Georgia
Mary Skrabanek – Biology – Houston, Texas
Lauren Theriault – Ballet – Minot, Maine
Kathleen Thiele – Economics – Denton, Texas
Jack Volk – Biology – Omaha, Nebraska
Busola Adetunji – Psychology – Ikeja, Nigeria
Will Burnham, Jr. – Business – Paradise Valley, Arizona
Giselle Campillo – Nursing -Fort Worth, Texas
Maddie Comeaux – Biology – South Orange, New Jersey
Gissel Contreras – Fashion Merchandising – Fort Worth, Texas
Sophie Cook – Fashion Merchandising – Longview, Texas
Sophia Hall – Film, Television and Digital Media – Portland, Oregon
Avery Jett – Business – Lake Oswego, Oregon
Shelby Lipar – Ballet and Modern Dance – Spring, Texas
Gemma O’Neill – Mechanical Engineering – Stamford, Connecticut
Catherine Piskurich – Biology – Houston, Texas
Grace Rickey – Psychology – Novato, California
Kai Seastedt – Business – La Jolla, California
Lauren Tran – Political Science – Colleyville, Texas