State Funded/Administered Financial Aids
Texas Public Educational Grant- available to Texas residents, or non-residents or foreign students with financial needs. Students will register for selective service to be exempt from requirements but should show financial need.
Texas Educational Opportunity Grant Program (TEOG) - are grants available to students with dire financial needs and are enrolled in a two-year public college. Family contribution per ECF should not be more than $2,000.
TEXAS (Towards Excellence, Access and Success) Grant- these grants are available to deserving high school students who wish to pursue college education but have dire financial need and must not have been convicted of any felony or crime in relation to prohibited substances. Family contribution based on ECF should not be more than $4,000.
ANGELO STATE UNIVERSITY (ASU)
ASU List of Institutional Scholarships
TEXAS SOUTHERN UNVIERSITY (TSU)
TSU List of Outside Scholarships where you can find the need-based aid in scholarships awarded by Charley Wooten Grant Program, Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, Inc, Gates Millennium Scholarship (GMS),
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON (UH)
The Delphian Endowment Scholarship is based merit, character and financial need and will be available only for Fall and Spring semesters and succeeding 8 semesters leading to graduation. There are no strict requirements regarding to gender, age, religion, race or ethnic origin, but it is important that he or she must be a citizen or permanent resident of the US. This is open to undergraduate Sophomore, Junior, or Senior who possess a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00 from all colleges attended and must be enrolled full time or at least for 12 credit hours every semester.