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- Apr 10, 2015
Financial Aid will be awarded based on the schedule below.
- Mid-April–Incoming Galveston Freshmen, College Station and Galveston New Transfers, 4th year Veterinary Medicine
- Early May -College of Medicine, College of Dentistry, College of Pharmacy, College of Nursing
- Early May– All Students Enrolled for Summer (1415 FAFSA required and based on summer enrollment)
- Late May– Continuing Undergraduates and Graduates (all disciplines), New Graduates, 1st – 3rd year Veterinary Medicine
- Late June– Continuing Law
Remember to check your financial aid portal for any missing documents that might delay awarding. See maintaining eligibility at financialaid.tamu.edu for your required hour definition (enrollment status).
- Apr 07, 2015
Financial Aid awards for Summer 2015 are based on a complete 2014-2015 FAFSA (Free Application for Student Financial Aid) and registered hours. Most aid requires half time enrollment. The summer supplement is optional but highly recommended. This form is where you report outside scholarships and resources. This form will be available mid April.
Remember to check your financial aid portal for any missing documents that might delay awarding.
See maintaining eligibility at financialaid.tamu.edu for your required hour definition (enrollment status).
- Mar 22, 2015
Because college is expensive, working while in school is a necessity for many students. But while holding a job and studying can be challenging, it can also open doors when grads are ready to start a career.
To view the full article, visit chicagotribune.com
- Mar 12, 2015
The most important investment you can make in your future is to pursue a higher education. But it’s never been more expensive, and too many students are graduating feeling burdened by their student loan debt.
To view the full article, visit content.govdelivery.com.
- Mar 07, 2015
According to the American Association of University Professors, “working is now a fundamental responsibility for many undergraduates, and understanding how employment affects students’ educational experiences is complicated by why students work.”
To view the full article, visit thedailycougar.com
- Feb 26, 2015
First Lady Michelle Obama and Secretary Arne Duncan sat down recently with Don Francisco, the renowned host of Univision’s longest-running TV show, Sábado Gigante, to discuss the importance of filling out the FAFSA. The message is simple: ¡Estudia, Hay Dinero! or, There’s Money to Study!
To view the entire article, visit ed.gov
- Feb 18, 2015
Founded in 2004, the Pat Tillman Foundation invests in military veterans and their spouses through educational scholarships – building a diverse community of leaders committed to service to others. In 2008 the foundation established the Tillman Military Scholars program to support educational opportunities for service members and military families by bridging the financial gaps left by the post-9/11 G.I. Bill. Two Texas A&M students were named Tilman Military Scholars. For more on this story visit today.tamu.edu/2015/02/17/two-texas-am-students-named-tillman-military-scholars/
- Dec 05, 2014
Scholarships & Financial Aid has worked with EIS and ITS to create the mechanism to facilitate documenting student last date of attendance at an academically-related activity. Federal student aid regulations require the University to calculate financial aid earned by students with non-passing grades (F-Failing, U- Unsatisfactory, or I-Incomplete). Based on information obtained from course instructors, adjustments to or cancellation of financial aid awards may be necessary. This requirement applies to undergraduate, graduate, and professional students alike.
After grade submission whether through Howdy or eCampus, a link will be available within the Howdy Roster view (grade submission page) to select one of three Last Date of Attendance (LDA) options for students assigned non-passing grades (F, I, U):
- Attended entire semester
- Never attended/no attendance documented
- Last date of attendance known (fill in date)
See Last Date of Attendance Entry via Howdy for step-by-step instructions