Low Tuition Universities in Texas

 

The University of Texas at San Antonio

The largest university in the San Antonio metropolitan region, the University of Texas San Antonio has 29,000 students (Fall 2013) and 158 degree programs. Qualified freshmen are automatically considered for the Distinguished Presidential Scholarship ($2,000 to $6,000 per year). Transfer students with excellent academic records are eligible for the Distinguished Transfer Scholarship ($3,000 per year). Students who are children of first-generation immigrants to the United States with demonstrable financial need may be eligible for the Ann Biggs/Thelma Salazar Scholarship for First-generation Immigrant Children. The Sembradores of San Antonio Educational Foundation supports full-time students who are the first in their family to attend college and can show financial need.

Texas State University-San Marcos

Founded in 1903 and given the mandate of training new teachers for the state, Texas State University San Marcos is now a major university offering 97 bachelor’s, 88 master’s and 12 doctoral degrees. Entering freshmen who meet the academic and residency criteria are guaranteed to be awarded the President’s Honor Scholarship ($8,000 annually) or the Texas State Achievement Scholarship ($4,000 annually). Academically gifted freshmen with demonstrable financial need and strong leadership record can apply for the Terry Foundation Scholarship (up to $14,000 annually, depending on the recipient’s need). Business majors and National Merit commended scholar, semi-finalist or finalist may be eligible for the McCoy Scholarship of Excellence ($8,000 annually) or the McCoy Scholarship of Distinction ($5,000 annually).

 

Texas A & M University-College Station

As a flagship university (and also the oldest, having been established in 1876), Texas A&M University College Station offers its more than 50,000 students access to world-class research programs and the chance to pursue a degree in more than 120 undergraduate and 240 graduate programs. The university has scholarship programs for entering freshmen who have successfully completed a college preparatory program and who meet other scholarship criteria (first-generation college student, excellent academic performance under difficult personal or economic circumstances, etc.). These programs include the following: Academic Achievement Scholarship ($3,000/year), President’s Achievement Scholarship ($2,500/year), Century Scholars Program ($5,000/year) and the Challenge Scholarship ($1,000/year). Each recipient also receives an additional $1,000 Study Abroad Scholarship.

University of Houston-Downtown

Located in the heart of the city, the University of Houston Downtown is one of the most ethnically diverse liberal arts institutions in the southwest. Entering freshmen may be eligible for the following programs: Lucia La Madrid Cain Endowed Scholarship Fund, Cullen Scholarship, Cullinan Scholarship, International (Southland) Paper Mills Foundation Endowed Scholarship and the Hugh Roy Cullen Leadership Scholarship. Transfer students may be considered for the following programs: Dr. W.I. Dykes Scholarship, William Randolph Hearst Scholarship, Autrey Scholarship and the Dean’s Scholarship. All these programs offer qualified recipients the amount of $1,500/year, except for the Dean’s Scholarship, which awards $2,000/year. Current UHD students with excellent academic performance and leadership qualities may be eligible for the Red Rose Leadership Scholarship ($3,000/year).

Tarleton State University

Founded in 1899, Tarleton State University became part of the Texas A&M University System in 1917. Of all full-time beginning undergraduates at Tarleton State, 85% receive some form of financial aid. The University offers institutional grants or scholarships to 35% of full-time beginning undergraduates, including over 450 endowed, local and departmental scholarships. The University also offers the Presidential Honors Program, which provides annual scholarships of $6,000, among other benefits. TSU students are eligible for government grant programs like the Federal Pell Grant (up to $5,730 per year), the Federal Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant (up to $200 per year), the TEXAS Grant (full tuition and fees) and the Texas Public Assistance Grant.

The University of Texas at San Antonio

The largest university in the San Antonio metropolitan region, the University of Texas San Antonio has 29,000 students (Fall 2013) and 158 degree programs. Qualified freshmen are automatically considered for the Distinguished Presidential Scholarship ($2,000 to $6,000 per year). Transfer students with excellent academic records are eligible for the Distinguished Transfer Scholarship ($3,000 per year). Students who are children of first-generation immigrants to the United States with demonstrable financial need may be eligible for the Ann Biggs/Thelma Salazar Scholarship for First-generation Immigrant Children. The Sembradores of San Antonio Educational Foundation supports full-time students who are the first in their family to attend college and can show financial need.

Texas State University-San Marcos

Founded in 1903 and given the mandate of training new teachers for the state, Texas State University San Marcos is now a major university offering 97 bachelor’s, 88 master’s and 12 doctoral degrees. Entering freshmen who meet the academic and residency criteria are guaranteed to be awarded the President’s Honor Scholarship ($8,000 annually) or the Texas State Achievement Scholarship ($4,000 annually). Academically gifted freshmen with demonstrable financial need and strong leadership record can apply for the Terry Foundation Scholarship (up to $14,000 annually, depending on the recipient’s need). Business majors and National Merit commended scholar, semi-finalist or finalist may be eligible for the McCoy Scholarship of Excellence ($8,000 annually) or the McCoy Scholarship of Distinction ($5,000 annually).

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  1. Please, I am by name Gideon Kinze Joseph from Nigeria want to student Computer Science or Medicine in this very university, when is application form be available for applicant. Thanks

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