Scholarships and Financial Assistance
Texas A&M University offers many financial aid options to help pay tuition and fees, including scholarships, loans, grants and work-study programs.
Tuition and fees are determined by Texas A&M University’s Student Business Services Department.
- The TEACH Grant program was created to financially assist students who are seeking degrees in high-need fields and who anticipate teaching in those fields at the secondary or elementary level. Students are eligible to receive up to $6,000 per year.
- With much appreciation from Aggie Donors, online applications are accepted for various Scholarships and Awards.
Texas A&M offers the Graduate Merit and Graduate Diversity fellowship for first-time graduate students. The department nominates students for the fellowship.
Students interested in a graduate assistantship with TLAC will be invited to submit an application for graduate assistantship upon admission. Questions can be directed to the Associate Department Head for Graduate Studies, Dr. Patrick Slattery.