Kyra Sanders attended Texas A&M University where the GTF Scholars program helped her find a welcoming community.
Kayla DeAnda knew she wanted to work in a medical career so she chose an ECHS with a STEM focus. The GTF Scholars program helped her earn a biochemistry degree from the University of North Texas.
GTF Scholar Ruben Valdez leaned on his mentor to make it through his freshman year studying computer science at Texas A&M University. Then he became a mentor himself.
Students on a tight budget can have their college progress derailed by unexpected expenses (such as a medical bill or a car repair) or loss of income.
Meet GTF Scholar Megan Skorzewski from Taylor, Texas, who aspires to be a tech leader and work at the intersection of business and cybersecurity.
Greater Texas Foundation welcomed 22 undergraduate students to Bryan/College Station in February for the 2020 GTF Scholars Leadership Conference.
The seventh annual GTF Scholars Leadership Conference brought together early college high school graduates from across the state to develop friendships, step outside their comfort zones, and prepare for leadership in college and beyond.
Greater Texas Foundation (GTF) Scholars was established in 2012 to increase the number of Texas Early College High School (ECHS) graduates who successfully transition to a four-year institution of higher education and complete a baccalaureate degree.