See information below to find out what Universities offer free tuition.
Angelo State- Blue and Gold Guarantee- Must be a bona fide Texas
Resident. Must be entering college as a first-time freshman. Must
have a combined family Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of $40,000 or
Harvard University Announcement- for honor students with families
earning less than $60,000 year.
Rice University- See link below.
SFA- Purple Promise- Must be a Texas Resident. Must be entering
college as a first-time freshman. Must have a combined family
Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of $25,000 or less.
Syracuse University- 10 Full rides for African American Men and
Women interested in studying Architecture.
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Texas A&M University-Aggie Assurance Program, Texas residents,
who have adjusted gross income of $60,000 or less.
Texas State University-Bobcat Promise- Texas State's New Tuition
assistance program. For first time Texas resident freshman with
reported adjusted gross family income of $25,000 or less.
UT Arlington- Maverick Promise- Students must have a family
income of $65,000 or less.
University of Houston- Cougar Promise- A high school graduate
who has earned a recommended or distinguished diploma. A member
of a family whose adjusted gross income does not exceed $30,000.
Univeristy of Houston- Victoria freshmen and sophomores whose
families have an annual income of $50,000 or less can expect to
have all of their tuition and fees covered by federal, state
and/or university aid while they are obtaining their bachelor’s
degree. Those whose families have annual incomes from $50,001 to
$90,000 will have 50 percent of their tuition and fees covered,
and those with family incomes of more than $90,000 will receive
up to a $1,000 UHV scholarship.
University of North Texas- Emerald Eagle - for students with
families with an adjusted gross income does not exceed $40,000
UTSA- UTSAccess program for families who income is less than
30,000 dollars per year.
Texas Tech- Red Raider Guarantee- For students with families
with an adjusted gross income that does not exceed $40,000.