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The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Grant Supports TSU Students’ to Finish What They Started through Grad TX 2.0.

Come back and we will help you get back on track!

Texas Southern University has received a $30,000 grant from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board for scholarships, emergency aid and financial holds at other colleges for students who started college but stopped attending before earning a bachelor’s degree. This could be an enormous down-payment on the “big goals” of your degree completion at TSU.

This program is available to Texas residents who meet the following criteria:
  • Not enrolled in Spring 2021
  • Have earned at least 60 hours at TSU
  • Have a minimum 2.0 overall cumulative GPA and were in good standing during your most recent semester at TSU
  • Your work-related status has been affected by COVID-19 or not having (for example, you were laid off, furloughed, or found the need to complete your education in a high-demand area such as engineering, or social work and etc.)

Eligible students can receive up to $1,000. 

Notes: If selected, you will need to have a FAFSA on file or complete a new one. If selected, you need to have a current application on file or reapply if you have not attended in the past year.

 

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