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- Mar 29, 2021

Beginning next spring, Texas A&M will open a new office to assist you with the enrollment services Aggies use most. The customer service provided by Undergraduate Admissions, Registrar, Student Business Services, and Scholarships & Financial Aid will be combined into one cross-trained team so you have a single place to contact. Aggie One Stop will provide knowledgeable, friendly, and convenient service to answer your questions and support your success.





- Feb 22, 2021

A small provision included in the latest round of federal coronavirus relief aid could have a big impact on the wellbeing of college students across the country.

The federal Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) was expanded as part of the sweeping relief package to allow college students to more easily access the program, temporarily removing work and eligibility requirements for students — a change that will be in place for the duration of the public health emergency due to the coronavirus.

To view the full article, visit Millions of Additional College Students Now Eligible for SNAP Benefits Through Coronavirus Relief.



- Jan 27, 2021

Below are the anticipated awarding timelines for 2021-2022. Please check the Status tab of your Financial Aid portal for the 2021-2022 academic year to make sure there are no incomplete requirements on your account that will delay awarding and/or disbursement of your financial aid.

Undergraduate Students

  • New Freshman (College Station and Galveston): Awarding begins late January
  • New Transfer students (College Station and Galveston): Awarding begins Mid-February
  • Continuing Undergraduate students (College Station and Galveston): Awarding begins June
  • Upper-level Public Health Undergraduates: Awarding begins early July

Graduate Students

  • New Graduate students (College Station and Galveston): Awarding begins early to mid-April
  • Continuing Graduate students (College Station and Galveston): Awarding begins June
  • Nursing Graduate students: Awarding begins early July
  • Public Health Graduate students: Awarding begins early July

Professional Students

  • 1st year Law students: Awarding begins early April
  • 2nd and 3rd year Law students: Awarding begins Mid-June
  • 4th Year Pharmacy students: Awarding begins late May
  • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year Pharmacy students: Awarding begins early June
  • Dental professional students (DDS): Awarding begins mid to late April
  • 4th Year Medicine students: Awarding begins late May
  • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year Medical students: Awarding begins early June
  • 4th year Veterinary students: Awarding begins Early- April
  • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd year Veterinary students: Awarding begins Mid-June
For 2020-2021, all student groups are awarded on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.

 



- Jan 13, 2021

I’ve been managing my own money for many years—I’m 31 now, and have been financially supporting myself since I was 18. My parents live in Mexico, and I am in the United States. I worked at Barnes and Noble through my senior year of high school and graduated with that income. But I began to accrue credit card debt during my senior year because I didn't have medical insurance. For instance, one short trip to the ER when I was sick with the flu cost me $2,500.

To view the full article, visit These 3 Steps Helped Me Erase $90,000 of Student Loan and Credit Card Debt.




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