Grants

Grants, or gift aid, are do not have to be repaid in most cases. Grants are available to undergraduate and graduate students

Federal Grants

Federal grants are available to students that meet the minimum eligibility requirements for federal student aid and demonstrate financial need. Students that receive federal aid are required to meet Satisfactory Academic Progress each semester.

Federal Pell Grant

TEACH Grant

Federal SEOG

The federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (SEOG) is available to only undergraduate full time and part time students pursuing their 1st bachelor’s degree. Funds are very limited with a priority deadline of March 15th for the next academic year. Funds are provided per academic year, starting in the fall semester and ending in the summer. Funds awarded in the fall and spring. Any funds awarded but not issued in the fall and/or spring will roll over to make awards in the summer.

State Grants

State grants are available to students that meet the minimum eligibility requirements for state student aid.  Requirements for State grants can include Texas residency and graduation from an accredited public or private high school in Texas. Students must meet the required minimum GPA and credit hour completion to be eligible for renewal.

TEXAS Grant

TEXAS Grant Eligibility

Texas Public Educational Grant (TPEG)