Financial Aid for Graduate Students
Graduate applicants or students interested in receiving financial assistance must:
• be admitted into the graduate program they are pursuing
• be enrolled for at least 6 graduate hours or more per semester
Note: Students taking courses for professional improvement or certifications and post baccalaureate students are not eligible for federal or state financial aid.
The University awards graduate assistants each year on a competitive basis to graduate students in support of their efforts to obtain a graduate degree. Graduate assistants may serve as teaching assistants, lab assistants or research assistants.
Graduate Assistants Program (link to our graduate assistants page with link to application)
To provide tuition support for graduate students pursuing their first master’s degree, Graduate students, who fulfill the following criteria are eligible to apply for scholarship: 1) are pursuing a first master’s, 2) are unconditional status, 3) have an official Program of Study on file, 4) are a Texas resident and 5) are receiving no other form of financial aid (excluding loans). Unconditional admission refers to: a) beginning graduate students who have satisfactory GRE scores and an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or better, or b) any graduate student who has completed 12 semester credit hours with a graduate GPA of 3.0 or better
>College of Education Scholarships
>Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG)
Financial Aid Office:
>Financial Aid Veterans Benefit
>Mexican Tuition Waiver
>Study Abroad Program