Undergraduate (Beginning, Transfer, Veterans, International)
Many financial aid and scholarship opportunities are available for undergraduate students including grants, scholarships, loans and work study. The following steps will get you started.
- First, find out if you qualify for federal or state financial aid. Request a Federal Financial Aid Application online.
- You may be eligible for the TEXAS grant. It includes special funding for students that have received associate degrees.
- Apply for a scholarship.
- Look for on-campus job opportunities. Check out Jobs 4 Kats to view job opportunities.
- Contact your academic department for internship opportunities.
Many financial aid and scholarship opportunities are available for graduate students. Opportunities include federal financial aid as well as a variety of scholarships, teaching assistantships, loans, and grants. The following steps will get you started.
- Request and complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
- Apply for a scholarship. Also, contact the department in which your program is offered to learn about other possible scholarship opportunities.
- Contact your department about teaching and research assistantships.
- If you are completing a degree to teach in the following areas and are planning to teach in a school that serves low-income students, apply for the TEACH Grant:
- Bilingual Education and English Language Acquisition
- Foreign Language
- Reading Specialist
- Special Education
- Research and apply for nationally competitive fellowships.