State Education Resources — Texas
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Texas resident information on preparing for college, selecting a college, paying for college, making your way through college, choosing a career and more. Also includes assistance on technical schools. The Information Center is available by calling (888) 311-8881.
TState and Federal Grants and Scholarships provide financial aid that does not have to be repaid. Some grants and scholarships require the student to maintain a certain grade point average (GPA) or take certain courses. Most grants are awarded on the basis of financial need.
Students qualifying for state residency under House Bill 1403/Senate Bill 1528 are eligible to apply for state financial aid. To apply for state aid, you must first find out if the school that you are/will be attending accepts the Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA). Included in the application is Appendix A which lists the schools that accept the TASFA.
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A student services Web site representing the colleges and universities of Texas.
Compiled by TG's Research and Analytical Services team, these can help you learn more about particular schools in Texas and their use of student aid programs.
The mission of the Texas Education Agency (TEA) is to build the capacity for excellence in the Texas public education system and hold the system accountable for providing all students with a quality education that enables them to achieve their full potential.
Apply online to 35 of the universities within Texas.
The Minnie Stevens Piper Foundation was organized in 1950 and incorporated in the State of Texas as a non-profit, charitable corporation. The foundation supports charitable, scientific, and educational undertakings by contributing to the education of financially limited but worthy students. This site contains a list of colleges and universities in the State of Texas, admission requirements, total expenses for an academic year, financial aid data and related information, helpful hints to the college bound, combined with a Calendar of various scholarship deadlines arranged by months.
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board administers several programs that supply scholarships and grants to students attending Texas schools.
Provides college preparatory services to motivated, economically-disadvantaged students, in order to facilitate their transition to college and make the process exciting and rewarding.
List of the resources available in your state to help plan for a career, prepare for college, and pay for college.
Listing of financial aid resources for Texas from the federal government's Web site for students.
List of key state and Department of Education-funded organizations that serve Texas.
Free directory of college access programs for students, parents, counselors, and researchers provided by the National College Access Network (NCAN) and Pathways to College Network (PCN).
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