Cost & Aid

A limited number of merit-based scholarships are available for exceptional applicants of all academic backgrounds and will be awarded to the most competitive applicants at the scholarship committee’s discretion.

CFA Student Scholarship
Government Finance Officers Association of Texas Fellowship
  • The Government Finance Officers Association of Texas formed a standing committee to encourage the development of government accounting and finance throughout Texas. The GFOAT Fellowship, which amounts to $5000, is split over two semesters.
Houston Society CFA Scholarship
  • CFA Houston awards $2,500 annually to one deserving student from the Texas A&M MS Finance Program. Most scholarship winners will be selected from the students that demonstrate a commitment to learning about financial analysis and the capital markets and communicate a strong desire to be involved in the investment management profession.
MS Finance CFA Scholarship
  • If you applied to the MSF Program in Accelerated Admissions, you can take the CFA Level 1 and CFA Level 2 exams to earn additional scholarship money. If CFA Level 1 is passed, you will be awarded $2,000. If CFA Level 2 is passed, you will be awarded $4,000.
STEM-to-Stocks Fellowship Program
  • Merit-based scholarships exclusive to exceptional STEM undergraduate students that are admitted into the program.
Stuart W. Murff ’73 Scholarship
  • The Murff Scholarship is a gift from the Murff family in honor of Stuart W. Murff ’73, a former MSF student.  The student that achieves the highest grade in FINC 601A (August Boot Camp) will receive the one-time award of $5,000.
Todd Bland Memorial Scholarship
  • The Todd Bland Memorial Scholarship is a gift from the Bland family. The scholarship is awarded in the amount of $1000 to female students pursuing the MS Finance degree who demonstrate the highest academic potential in their cohort as assessed by the scholarship committee.
Texas Aggie Graduate Grant
  • The Texas Aggie Graduate Grants are need-based awards for Texas residents. Each student may receive up to $1,500 per semester in the fall and spring and $750 per semester in the summer with a maximum of $3000 annually. Applications are provided during the summer to students who meet the eligibility requirements.

For more information about what general aid is available to all graduate students at Texas A&M University, please visit the Scholarships and Financial Aid Website at: