As a community-owned utility company, powering a better education and investing in the future of our youth is important to the Kerrville Public Utility Board (KPUB). For 10 years now, KPUB has awarded scholarships to deserving seniors in our service area to help make their college dreams a reality.
Full-time undergraduate scholarships
- Two (2) $1,500 per year renewable scholarships for a total of up to $6,000 overall
Eligible students may receive $1,500 per year for up to four years.
Applicants must be graduating high school seniors who are enrolling for the first time in a full-time course of study at an accredited private or public college or university in the state of Texas.
All applications must be received by Friday, February 24, 2023, to be eligible for consideration.
Trade school or technical student scholarships
- Two (2) $1,000 per year renewable scholarships for a total of up to $2,000 overall.
This scholarship offering is exclusively for trade school or technical students.
This scholarship is open for applicants year-round and has no application deadline.
Applications are accepted at the KPUB office year-round for our trade school and technical scholarship offerings.
Questions? We are happy to help! Contact KPUB’s community relations department at 830.792.8250 or [email protected].
2023 KPUB Scholarship Recipients
KPUB is pleased to announce its 2023 scholarship recipients are three local seniors, Alexandria Finch (Tivy High School), Quentin Vega (Tivy High School) and Jakeb Pritt (Ingram Tom Moore High School).
Alexandria Finch has been accepted to the University of Texas at Austin and will attend UT’s McComb Business School. Quentin Vega has been accepted to the University of Texas at Austin and will attend UT’s McComb Business School. Alexandria and Quentin were awarded KPUB’s undergraduate program scholarships, which are $1,500 a year and renewable for up to four years (a total of $6,000 overall).
Jakeb Pritt is KPUB’s first recipient of its trade and technical school scholarship, which is $2,000 over two years. Jakeb has been accepted to Range College and will major in Welding Technologies.
Photo cutline: L to R: Three graduating seniors were awarded scholarships at KPUB’s April Board Meeting. Pictured from left to right are Larry Howard (KPUB Board of Trustee), Alexandria Finch (Tivy High School), Quentin Vega (Tivy High School), Jakeb Pritt (Ingram Tom Moore High School), Mike Wittler (KPUB General Manager & CEO) & Allison Bueche (KPUB Director of Customer & Community Relations).