Grants

Grants are need-based awards you do not have to repay. 

They are available through federal, state, private, or university resources and their qualification requirements vary depending on the source. These funds are limited, apply early for maximum consideration of available grant money.

Explore top federal and state grants available to 欧洲杯买球 students. You will be notified which grants you may qualify for.

Institutional Grants

Undergraduate Board Authorized Tuition Grant (UBAT)

UBAT is a Texas grant that is awarded to undergraduate Texas residents based on financial need. The average award is $800 annually. Recipients receive funds by credit to their university account.

Recipients must be enrolled at least half-time (6 credit hours) in a degree or certification program and must not be receiving scholarships, grants, or other non-loan financial assistance that equals or exceeds the amount owed for tuition and fees.

Graduate Board Authorized Tuition Grant (GBAT)

GBAT is a Texas Grant that is awarded to graduate Texas residents based upon financial need. The average award is $800 annually. Recipients receive funds by credit to their university account.

Recipients must be enrolled at least half-time (6 credit hours) in a degree or certification program, unless all regular coursework has been completed and less than half-time enrollment is in professional paper, thesis or dissertation and must not be receiving scholarships, grants, or other non-loan financial assistance that equals or exceeds the amount owed for tuition and fees. 

Federal Grants

These grants come from the federal government. Start by submitting a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) application and complete the form every year to apply for federal grants.

Each grant may have additional eligibility and application requirements. 

State Grants

The State of Texas grant programs award based on financial need. Some grants and scholarships require you to maintain a certain GPA or take certain courses. 

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