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.
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.
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 325-942-2246, or by email at email@example.com.
Graduate Assistantships and Research Assistantships
The Physical Therapy Department offers both graduate assistantships and research assistantships. For more information about application requirements and deadlines, visit the Graduate Studies website.
Long-term loans are available through the Financial Aid Office, by way of Federal Direct Loans. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office at 325-942-2246.
U.S. Department of Education
- Student Guide - Financial Aid
- Federal Direct Loan
- Free Application for Federal Student Aid
- Completing the FAFSA