Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Up to $3,250 annually. Undergraduate students with exceptional need (those whose Expected Family Contributions are less than or equal to $1,000) may receive awards of up to $4,875 in a given year. Awards may not exceed the student's financial need or the amount of tuition the student is paying in excess of what he or she would pay at a public institution.
Varies, all qualified applicants will be considered depending on the amount of funding available.
The Tuition Equalization Grant is a state program, administered through the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, established to provide grant aid to financially needy students to help them attend private, non-profit colleges or universities in Texas. In addition to meeting the program requirements, students must register for the Selective Service or sign a statement of exemption and not concurrently be receiving an athletic scholarship.
To apply, interested students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov, at high school guidance offices, and at college financi ... sign up for full scholarship deadline information.