The following colleges and universities also offer additional awards to contestants in UIL academic events. More information about these scholarships can be obtained by contacting the school directly.
- Angelo State University
Angelo State University awards 7 $1,000 one-year UIL scholarships to students who will be attending Angelo State University from a UIL Region 2, Conference 1A high school. In addition, Carr Academic Scholarships ranging from $1,000 to $15,000 per year are available to qualified students. Criteria can be found here or by contacting the ASU Scholarship Programs Office at 325-942-2777.
- Blinn College
Blinn College will give $2,000 in tuition credit for the first year ($1,000 in the fall and $1,000 in the spring) to recipients who competed at the UIL Academic State Meet. For more information, contact the Blinn Financial Aid Office at email@example.com.
- San Jacinto College
San Jacinto College offers scholarships to students who competed at the UIL Academic State Meet. Eligible applicants will receive a scholarship equal to one year of tuition, fees, and books. Contact Jerry Ivins, Director of Theatre & Film, at 201-542-2039 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Texas Woman's University
Scholarships are available for first place UIL winners in Journalism, Speech, One-Act Play, or Ready Writing, and to winners or runners-up in Debate. Contact Governor Jackson, DIrector of Financial Aid, at 940-898-3064 or email@example.com.
- Tyler Junior College
Tyler Junior College offers a limited number of scholarships to All Star Cast members at the UIL State One-Act Play contests. For application forms, contact Dr. David W. Crawford, Speech & Theatre Department Professor, at 913-510-2678 or firstname.lastname@example.org.