U.S. Department of Health and Human Services-Health Resources and Services Administration under the Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students (or the HRSA-SDS) Program

For the years 2013-2017, the College received $2.6 million from the HRSA-SDS program. It was used to supplement the educational costs of qualified students attending the Texas A&M Rangel College of Pharmacy and provided much-needed assistance to those qualified students pursuing their professional studies.  About 161 qualified students received, on average, $4,000 each in a scholarship. About 161 qualified students will receive, on average, $4,000 each in a scholarship for the current academic year.  This year’s HRSA-SDS grant provided scholarships to 18 P1s who, on average, received $4,030; 45 P2s who, on average, received $4,030; 57 P3s who, on average, received $4,030; and 41 P4s who, on average, received $4,058 each.

CVS Caremark Scholarship

John Bangsal, Class of 2014

Jesse Castillo, Class of 2014

Cody Faubion, Class of 2015

Jamie Lee, Class of 2013

Purvi Patel, Class of 2014

D.D. Hachar Charitable Trust and Lamar-Bruni Bergara Trust Scholarship

Elizabeth Wiseman, Class of 2017

P.M. Rangel Family Scholarship

Benjamin Ovalle, Class of 2014

George Family Educational Scholarship

Divya Manavalan, Class of 2014

Texas Federation of Drug Stores Scholarship

Christy Thomas, Class of 2013

Texas Pharmacy Robert Clayton Scholarship

Stephanie Staudt, Class of 2014

Texas Pharmacy Foundation Annual Scholarship

Aivee Tabangcora, Class of 2014

Texas Pharmacy Foundation - Academy of Clinical Pharmacist Scholarship

Rachel Musgrove, Class of 2014

Texas Pharmacy Foundation Annual Scholarship

Rocio Olmedo, Class of 2014

Wal-Mart Scholarship

Rachel Duong, Class of 2013

Walgreens' Diversity and Inclusion Excellence Scholarship

Thongsamuth Noymnay, Class of 2014

Walgreens' Diversity Scholarship

John Bangsal, Class of 2014

Margaret Dang, Class of 2014

Elizabeth Nkwocha, Class of 2016