Thanks to our generous, committed sponsors and donors, UHCAA has given $185,000 in scholarships, including restricted funds, to students and student-athletes attending the University of Houston. We proudly honor our sponsors and recipients for their commitment to education, the community and our organization!

The UHCAA Scholarship Committee selected nine worthy, academically competitive students to receive scholarships totaling $40,000 including a Corbin J. Robertson Scholarship to UH Athletics.

The average cumulative GPA of the recipients was 3.5. UHCAA proudly awarded the scholarships during the UHCAA 8th Annual Golf Challenge on August 18, 2014 at Riverbend Country Club in Sugar Land, Texas. The following students were awardees:

Lucas Aisenberg.

Fred and Mabel R. Parks Special Donor Award

Tyler Kiles.

Past President’s Leadership Award.

Angelica Thompson.

Coach Elmer Redd Memorial Award.

Morgan Mitchell.

Dr. Marguerite Ross Barnett Presidential Award.

Trevor Blalock.

Gulfgate Dodge Chrysler Jeep Academic Achievement Award.

Lauren Harris.

Frenchy's Chicken Academic Achievement Award.

Maurya Walker Glaude.

Board of Directors' Award.

Delissia Tezeno.

Board of Directors' Award.

Jordan I. Coleman

Board of Directors' Award.

University of Houston Athletics.

Corbin J. Robertson Scholarship Fund

Trevor Blalock

University of Houston, BBA in Accounting.

Bauer Honors College, December 2013.

"UHCAA has been a great help to me, enabling me to achieve many goals and milestones. I graduated from Bauer Honors College in Fall 2013 with Magna Cum Laude designation and am currently in the Master of Accountancy program at the University of Houston.

I was recently featured in Inside the Bauer Magazine which was a wonderful experience. After my internship with Deloitte & Touche Tax, I accepted their full-time offer with a plan start date of January 2015. When I graduate with my master degree, I plan to also sit for the CPA exam. I still attribute all I have done so far to a graceful God, a supporting family, and the love from people and groups like UHCAA."