Institutional Grants

General requirements for grant programs stipulate that the student must demonstrate financial need, be admitted into a degree-seeking program, must be maintaining satisfactory academic progress, must not be in default on any loan made from a student loan fund at any institution, and must register for the Selective Service or be exempt form this requirement. To receive priority consideration, students must meet the January 15th FAFSA priority deadline. 

Resident Public Educational Grant (RPEG)

Available to Texas residents. Campus-based grant for undergraduate and graduate students with demonstrated financial need. RPEG funds are typically awarded until they are exhausted via a strategic model. The institutional will exercise flexibility and award amounts will vary. 

Non-resident Public Educational Grant (NPEG)

This grant is available to students who are not considered Texas residents. Campus-based grant for undergraduate and graduate students with demonstrated financial need. NPEG funds are typically awarded until they are exhausted via a strategic model. The institution will exercise flexibility and award amounts will vary. 

Graduate Tuition Grant

An institutional-based grant awarded to graduate students who demonstrate financial need. The institution will exercise flexibility and award amounts will vary.