Types Of Financial Aid
Grants (Federal, State, and Institutional)
Grants are awarded based the student’s completed FAFSA data and calculated need. Additional requirements may exist for certain grant types. Student Financial Aid will award all eligible students any grant amount that they may qualify for.
|Grant Name||Candidates||Award Range|
|Federal Pell Grant||Students working on their first undergraduate degree with EFC in qualifying range.||$100-$5645 for 2013-2014(based on EFC, enrolled hours, and federal pell schedule)|
|Federal SEOG (Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant)||High need students working on their first undergraduate degree.||$200-$4000 (based on enrolled hours and availability of funds)-Must be receiving a Pell Grant to receive this grant.|
|TPEG (Texas Public Education Grant)||Resident and non-resident, undergraduate and graduate students enrolled at least half time.||$100-$4000 (based on need eligibility and enrolled hours)|
|TEXAS Grant||Texas resident, first-time undergraduates who graduated from an accredited TX high school with the Recommended or Distinguished curriculum, enrolled full time each semester. Transfer students will need to self identify to regain eligibility.||More Information|
|TTU Grant||Resident and non-resident undergraduate students enrolled at least three-quarter time (9 hours).||Amounts vary based on the availability of funds.|
|Federal TEACH Grant||Students enrolled in an eligible Teacher certificate program (concentration must be in a high-need field), with a gpa of 3.25 of higher.||Up to $4000 (pending approval by the College of Education, Federal Agreement to Serve, and Entrance Counseling) based on available funds.|
|Top Ten Percent Scholarship||To be eligible a student must:
||Up to $2,000 unless the student is classified as a junior or senior with a declared major in a critical workforce shortage field, in which case the student may be eligible for a bonus of $2,000. All awards through this program are for the fall semester only based on available funds. Information for THECB.
|Federal Direct Student Loan (subsidized or unsubsidized)||Undergraduate and Graduate students enrolled at least half-time in an eligible degree.||Amount determined by FAFSA data and student’s classification|
|Federal Parent PLUS loan||Parents of dependent undergraduate students who are enrolled at least half-time in an eligible degree.(credit check required)||Cost of Attendance minus other aid. FAFSA is required|
|Federal Graduate PLUS loan||Graduate and Professional students who are enrolled at least half-time in an eligible degree. (credit check required, cosigner may be required)||Cost of Attendance minus other aid. FAFSA is required|
|College Access Loan||Resident Undergraduate or Graduate students who are enrolled at least half time in an eligible degree program (credit check required, cosigner may be required).||Cost of Attendance minus other aid. FAFSA is required|
|Private Educational Loan||Undergraduate and Graduate students enrolled at least half-time in an eligible degree or certificate program (credit check required, cosigner may be required).||Cost of Attendance minus other aid. FAFSA is required|
|Federal Perkins Loan||Undergraduate and Graduate students enrolled at least part time. Priority is given to education majors.||Varies. Amount is determined by FAFSA Data, Student’s Classification and available funding.|
*TTU Law School Cost of Attendance.
Financing Options (available through Student Business Services)
Students or authorized users may enroll in a payment option plan, including the Emergency Payment Plan on MyTech by selecting the TTU option, under Make a Payment.