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November 24, 2017

Educational Scholarships

Grammer-Massengill Scholarship

Each year the Texas Society Daughters of the American Colonists give the Grammer-Massengill Scholarship(s) to deserving students in the area where the State Assembly is being held, using ONLY the interest gained that year. It is our greatest hope that we will be able to increase the principal of the scholarship fund substantially, so more students will be helped by our donations.

The State Regent oversees this project. The hostess chapters assist her in the selections of recipients. There are no stipulations as to required grade points or to the major. The scholarship presentation(s) are made at the Candlelight Supper, during the annual State Assembly. The students and a professor or counselor are the guests of the State Assembly. For more information and the history of the scholarship, click the link below:
Grammer-Massengill Scholarship Fund


American Indian Scholarship Committee

The purpose of this committee is to collect scholarship funds to award to recipients of the RAIN program at the University of North Dakota. These recipients will be awarded the National Society Daughters of the American Colonists Recruitment/Retention of American Indians into Nursing Scholarship at the University of North Dakota endowed scholarship. For more information about the RAIN program, please visit the University of North Dakota’s website.


College of The Ozarks

The purpose of this committee is to collect scholarship funds for the College of the Ozarks located at Point Lookout, Missouri. The College of the Ozarks (“Hard Work U”) is a four year privately supported college at which no student pays tuition. Educational costs are met by a required work-study program for every student; other expenses are provided by gifts and grants.