Institutions can find information to assist with the administration of state financial aid programs through the following program resources:

Grant & Loan Programs

Resources for state grant programs and low-interest loans available to Texas residents: Toward EXcellence, Access, and Success (TEXAS) Grant; Texas Educational Opportunity Grant (TEOG); Tuition Equalization Grant (TEG); Texas Transfer Grant Pilot Program; Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) State Grant; College Access Loan (CAL) and Texas B-On-Time (BOT) Loan.

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Work-Study & Scholarships

Resources for Texas College Work-Study (TCWS) and the Work-Study Student Mentorship Program (WSMP); and information on the Bilingual Education Program, and the Texas Armed Services Scholarship Program (TASSP).

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Exemptions & Waivers

Resources for specific programs that may exempt or waive tuition and fees for certain individuals attending public institutions of higher education in Texas.

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Tuition Set-Asides

Information on uniform standards for disclosing designated tuition set-aside funds.

Calculate tuition set-aside amounts.

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Financial Aid Database (FAD) Report

The FAD Report is used to collect data for the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to produce an annual statewide Financial Aid Report, determine state aid program allocations, conduct compliance monitoring, and generate additional statewide and institutional reports.

Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA)

To determine financial aid eligibility for applicants that do not qualify for federal aid, use the TASFA.

2023-24 TASFA

The 2023-24 TASFA will be available online and also as a PDF paper copy.

ALERT: 2023-2024 Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA)

An announcement was sent to institutions on Aug. 28, 2022, providing an update on the status of the Online TASFA.

2022-23 TASFA

Selective Service Statement of Registration Status

In accordance with TEC, Section 51.9095, male students must file the required Selective Service Statement of Registration Status with their institution or other entity granting or guaranteeing financial assistance. This includes grants, scholarships, loans, or other assistance funded by state revenue, including federal funds or gifts and grants accepted by the state.