Scott Chamberlain Memorial Endowed Presidential Scholarship

Dec 16, 2009 | EPS/EPF

Scott Nugent Chamberlain was part of a lifelong Aggie family. Scott’s father, two brothers, and his niece attended Texas A&M, so Scott was choosing his own path when he came to The University of Texas. Scott attended Lee High School in Baytown, Texas before he enrolled at UT, where he earned a B.A. in Government in December of 1971. He later settled in Wimberley. Scott died on February 5, 2008 from injuries he suffered in a car accident.
Scott Nugent Chamberlain

To honor Scott’s memory in a way that spoke of his love of UT, his mother, Barbara Chamberlain, and brothers, John Chamberlain and David Chamberlain, decided to endow a scholarship in Scott’s name using his estate. His family believed that the Scott Chamberlain Memorial Endowed Presidential Scholarship, which benefits students in the College of Liberal Arts, would serve as a lasting tribute to Scott’s memory and spirit, since he supported the College of Liberal Arts during his lifetime.

Scott loved The University of Texas at Austin and his family knows he would be happy that his estate is being used to help students follow their own unique paths.

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