There are many ways to help finance your graduate education. Please click on the following links for more information about Scholarship, Fellowship, Grant, Assistantship, and Financial Aid Opportunities.
- Carr D.P.T. Scholarships
- Graduate/Teaching/Research Assistantship Information and Application
- Out-of-State Tuition Waivers
- Other Scholarships Offered at ASU
- Texas Public Education Grant Information
- Other Resources for Financial Aid
Out-of-State Tuition Waivers
Carr Graduate Scholarships and/or other competitive scholarships of $1,000 or more, which are awarded to full-time out-of-state and international students, will normally qualify such students to pay the tuition and fees required of Texas residents.
Other Scholarships offered at ASU
In addition to the Carr Graduate Scholarship, the university has available both tuition scholarships and tuition and fee scholarships for which graduate students are eligible. They are made available on the basis of academic ability and financial need and are awarded by the University Financial Aid Committee. Only graduate students who plan to carry at least nine semester hours are eligible. Scholarships are awarded for one academic year with the provision that the recipient meet the academic standards established for such scholarships. In order to have the scholarship renewed for a second academic year, the student must reapply.
Texas Public Education Grant Information (TPEG)
The Texas Public Education Grant is a state program funded through tuition payments and is available to graduate students who demonstrate financial need who enroll at least half-time. Funds are limited, so early application is encouraged. Further information may be obtained by calling the Financial Aid Office at (800) 933-6299, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graduate Assistantship/Teaching Assistantship Information and Application Angelo State University offers two types of appointments for graduate students: (1) contract appointments for an academic year (or semester) for Teaching Assistants who have responsibility for lecture classes, individual instruction, or laboratory sections, and (2) staff appointments without fixed term as Graduate Assistants who have responsibility for a wide range of duties designed to support the undergraduate instructional program. All graduate students who are awarded assistantships must be regular graduate degree students and enrolled in the College of Graduate Studies during the term of their appointments.
Graduate Assistantships are available in the following areas: Animal Science, Communication, Education, English, Biology, Kinesiology, Psychology, and the Small Business Development Center (International Trade Office). Teaching Assistantships are available in the Biology, Communication, English, Kinesiology, and Psychology departments. Completion of 18 graduate semester credit hours in the field are required for Teaching Assistantships. Graduate Assistantships pay $9.75/hour, generally for a 17.5-hour work week. Teaching assistantships carry a stipend of $10,251/academic year.
An applicant for a Teaching Assistantship or a Graduate Assistantship must submit the following:
1. Application for the Assistantship.
2. Three letters of Recommendation (must state that you would make a good/great Teaching/Graduate Assistant)
Applications will not be processed until Regular Admission into a master’s degree program at Angelo State University has been given.
Applications for Teaching and Graduate Assistantships are available in the Office of the Graduate Dean. Please click here for a
Research Assistantship Information
Research assistantships are available for some university research projects. The duties of each research assistant shall not exceed 19 hours of work per week, will depend specifically upon the research project to which the graduate student is assigned, and will be determined by the faculty member directing the project.
Long-term loans are available through the Financial Aid Office. These consist of the Federal Perkins Loan and the Federal Stafford Loan. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office at (325) 942-2246.
U.S. Department of Education
Student Guide - Financial Aid
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Completing the FAFSA
Lifetime Learning Credit
More Financial Aid Information for Graduate Students
GRE Financial Aid Resources
FinAid: The SmartStudent Guide to Financial Aid
FinAid for Graduate School
The following is a selective list of financial aid resources available in the Porter Henderson Library. For more print resources, check the library’s on-line card bulletin, RamCat.
Blum, Laurie. Free money for graduate school. New York: Facts on File, 1996. Call Number: LB2337.2 B58 1996 Location: Reference Room.
Directory of financial aids for women. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Reference Service Press, 2001-2003. Call Number: LB2338 .D564 Location: Reference Room.
Financial aid for African Americans. El Dorado Hills, Calif.: Reference Service Press, 1999-2001. Call Number: LB2338 .F56 Location: Reference Room.
Financial aid for Hispanic Americans. El Dorado Hills, Calif.: Reference Service Press, 1999-2001. Call Number: LB2338 .F5645 Location: Reference Room. 0
Financial aid for the disabled and their families. San Carlos, Calif.: Reference Services Press, 2000-2002. Call Number: LB2337.2 .F58 Location: Reference Room.
Financial aid for veterans, military personnel, and their dependents. Redwood City, Calif.: Reference Service Press, 1998-2000. Call Number: UB403 .F47 Location: Reference Room.
Foundation grants to individuals. New York: The Foundation Center, 1999. Call Number: LB2336 .F599 1999 Location: Reference Room.
Funding for United States study: A guide for international students and professionals. New York: Institute of International Education, 1996. Call Number: LB2337.2 F86 1996 Location: Reference Room.
Graduate school: The best resources to help you choose, get in, and pay. Seattle: Resource Pathways, 1998. Call Number: LB2371 .G73 1998 Location: Reference Room.
Grants register. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 2001. Call Number: LB2338 .G7 2001 Location: Reference Room.
McWade, Patricia. Financing graduate school: how to get the money for your master’s or Ph.D. Princeton, N.J.: Peterson’s, 1996. Call Number: LB2337.4 .M34 1996 Location: Second Floor Stacks
Money for graduate students in the humanities. San Carlos, Calif.: Reference Service Press, 1996-1998. Call Number: LB2337.2 .M664 Location: Reference Room.
Money for graduate students in the sciences. San Carlos, Calif.: Reference Service Press, 1996-1998. Call Number: LB2337.2 .M666 Location: Reference Room.
Money for graduate students in the social sciences. San Carlos, Calif.: Reference Service Press, 1996-1998. Call Number: LB2377.2 .M667 Location: Reference Room.
Scholarships, fellowships, and loans: a guide to education-related financial aid programs for students and professionals. New York: Gale, 2002. Call Number: LB2338 .F4 2002 Location: Reference Room.
Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Division of Student Services. Financial aid for Texas students. Austin, TX: Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Division of Student Services, 1998. Call Number: C3400.8 F49 1998 Location: Texas Documents (Reference Room)