The Scholarships, Open March 1


What Is It?

The Too Ghoul for School fund consists of two scholarships given annually through semester payments to your college or university. These always include a $10k Bachelors and multiple $2500-5000 Associates or trade school programs.

Application Process

Students apply on this website through our Application Page. The Houston Zombie Walk retains a Teacher Review Board who grade applicant's essays and portfolio work from the months of March to May each year. 

Real Money for Real Students in a Variety of Educational Tracts

In 2016 the TGFS fund awarded a $10,000 scholarship to a concert pianist, and a $2500 scholarship to a Vet-Tech student. In 2017 we have $25,000 in 5 different programs.

2017 Scholarships, Open Mar 1.


Performing And Visual Arts

This is a $10,000 scholarship, tailored to those individuals preparing to enter a 4 year degree program in the performing or visual arts studies. The student MUST provide verifiable enrollment in an accredited 4 year college. The studies may include dance, film, special effects, sculpture, painting, or other performing or visual arts that meet the scholarship criteria.

Visual Arts Scholarship Application

Vet Tech

There are TWO $2,500 scholarships that are tailored to those individuals preparing to enter a 2 year program as a Veterinary Technician. The student MUST provide verifiable enrollment in an accredited 2 year program and verify volunteer work at any local animal shelter that will continue during the program.

Vet Tech Scholarship Application

First Responder

This $2,500 scholarship is tailored to those individuals preparing to enter a program as a: Firefighter/Police/EMT/Nurse. The student MUST provide verifiable enrollment in an accredited program.

First Responder Scholarship Application

Open

This is a $2,500 scholarship is for individuals preparing to enter a degree program not included in the scholarships previously listed.  Going to school for something cool? Let us know! The Student MUST provide verifiable enrollment in an accredited program.

Open Scholarship Application