If you haven’t received a Student Aid Report, call the Federal Student Aid Information Center at 1-800-4-FED-AID (toll free) or 1-319-337-5665. You must provide them with your Social Security number and date of birth as verification.
Yes. If your Pell Grant has not been processed by the time the semester begins, you must be prepared to pay for the semester or take advantage of a payment plan. You will then be paid the amount you are eligible for as soon as your Pell Award has been processed.
The Department of Education will calculate your financial need and transmit the information to all of the colleges you have listed on the FAFSA. Your financial aid award will be determined after the data from your FAFSA is on file in the office of Student Financial Services and after you have been admitted to the university. If […]
A withdraw from a class may affect a student’s Satisfactory Academic Progress. Students must successfully complete at least 67% of all (cumulative) credits attempted. Please contact the Business Office if you have questions regarding any payment or refund that may result from a withdraw.
All financial aid recipients must have a cumulative grade point average of 1.50 with 29 semester credit hours or less and cumulative 2.00 with 30 or more semester credit hours. Students must also receive satisfactory grades in at least 67% of all credits attempted to be eligible for financial aid.
Students placed on Financial Aid suspension will not be eligible for financial aid until they have successfully completed the required minimum number of hours, and/or reach a satisfactory cumulative GPA. For information on appealing any element of this Satisfactory Academic Progress policy, contact the Office of Student Financial Services.
Other than paying the total cost (minus financial aid) at registration, we have payment plans available. For more information, contact our Business Office at (903)823-3331. Students are responsible for timely payment of tuition and fees or they may be dropped from their classes. Please note that if you are awarded some financial aid that covers […]
Yes. Your eligibility is determined one academic year (August to August) at a time because your circumstances can change greatly from one year to the next. You must complete an application each academic year.
Apply as early as possible since a limited number of scholarships are available. The Texarkana College Scholarship applications are available in the Financial Aid Office and http://www.texarkanacollege.edu/scholarships where a detailed description of the scholarships can be found. Most scholarship applications are due April 15 (with a few exceptions). Please contact the Scholarship Coordinator in the Financial Aid Office for […]