Here are some Financial Aid tips...
Here are a couple of programs you may be interested in pursing at your next
institution of higher education. Good luck on all your future endeavors.
You may be eligible to receive a Texas
Grant at the University where you are going to transfer. To be eligible for the
Texas Grant you must be a Texas resident, have received your first Associates
degree after May 2001, and be needy. Need is determined by the University and
the U.S. Department of Education using the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Please contact your future university for details. This grant has
limited funds, so apply early.
$1,000 Tuition Rebate
If a student
graduates with no more than three attempted hours in excess of the minimum
number of hours required for his/her bachelor's degree and:
Is a Freshman who enters
Texas public universities in Fall 1997 or later; and
Is a Texas Resident;
Has taken all course work
at Texas public institutions or higher education; and
Has been qualified to pay
in-state tuition at all times while pursuing his/her degree (financial/gift aid
Students must apply for the rebate PRIOR
to receiving their bachelor's degree. Please contact your transfer university
for forms and details.
Click here to see the Admissions information about Graduating!