Youth Scholarship Fund Disbursement

If you plan on requesting funds from scholarships you have received from TPHC, the sooner you send in your request for the upcoming semester the better. We require 2 signatures on all scholarship checks and rely on the US Post Office. Eileen will receive the request from you, along with “Proof of Enrollment” and will then prepare the check, mail for the 2nd Signature, then that person will mail to the University (this process normally takes about 2 weeks to complete).

Information is included below for Proof of Enrollment acceptable documents. This can be e-mailed to Eileen Daugirda at Without the document showing Proof of Enrollment, Eileen cannot issue a check.

Accepted Documents

Any *one* of the following documents is considered acceptable proof of enrollment:

A scanned copy of your student identification card demonstrating that you will be enrolled for the Fall Semester 2022. If your card does not have an explicit date on it, it must indicate in some way that you are enrolled for the 2022 school year. An identification card that only contains the date you started school is not acceptable.

A¬†transcript¬†or course list showing the courses you are enrolled in for dates that include the Fall Semester 2022. A transcript in .txt format is NOT acceptable. A transcript marked “Unofficial Transcript” will suffice from most institutions.

A letter from your school student affairs or admissions office stating that you are enrolled as a student for a time period that includes the Fall Semester 2022. This letter must:

  • be on school letterhead
  • display a school seal or logo
  • contain a signature and phone number or email address of a representative from the admissions office

Proof that you have accepted an offer to attend an eligible post secondary academic program for a semester/grading period starting on or before September 30, 2022. You must not only include an acceptance offer letter, but also show proof that you have accepted the offer. The acceptance letter must:

  • be on school letterhead
  • display a school seal or logo
  • contain a signature and phone number or email address of a representative from the admissions office

Other proof that you are enrolled in a post secondary academic program for the Fall semester/trimester of 2022. There are many different types of forms that can show this, but the key is to be sure the proof has your name, school name and a recent date on it. Examples include:

  • A semester class schedule or syllabus for this time period
  • A receipt showing you paid for this time period
  • A letter showing your scholarship/financial aid etc. covers this time period

We don’t need to see your private information (phone number, grades received, tuition amount, address, personal ID number, etc.). Feel free to block them out.

All documents must clearly show your name and the name and address of the issuing school.

2023 Youth Scholarship Applications

The 2022-2023 TPHC scholarship application will be posted later this year and will be open to students who will complete high school and enter a Texas accredited U.S. college in 2023, or are currently attending a Texas accredited U.S. college; and meet all published requirements established by the TPHC Board of Directors. You may reapply each year as long as you meet the criteria.

Note: if you are a current college freshman you will need to include your final high school transcript.