Get your MBA 100% online
Get your MBA 100% online
Get your MBA 100% online

Apply for Aid

We're here to help you make your undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees more affordable. Follow these easy 7 steps to filling out your FAFSA and applying for financial aid.

Once we receive your completed FAFSA, you will be awarded and you will be able to view your awards on Ramlink.

Texas Wesleyan reserves the right to reduce or cancel the amount of institutional/state funds awarded to students who receive other scholarship assistance, grant assistance including athletic or departmental aid, institutional waivers or other benefits that are designated to cover tuition, fees, room and board.

Step 1. Request your FSA ID

Request your FSA ID if you don't already have one at fsaid.ed.gov.

check admission requirement blue icon left Get your FSA ID
Step 2. Submit My FAFSA

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), as required by the U.S. Department of Education. Make sure you put our school code on it. Texas Wesleyan's school code is 003645.

apply blue left Fill Out My FAFSA

Are you a graduate student?

As a graduate student, there a couple of things to keep in mind as you fill out the FAFSA.

  1. Income changes do not affect graduate financial aid.
  2. Students registered for 9 or more credit hours each semester are considered full-time.
  3. Students registered for 5 to 8 credit hours each semester are considered half-time.
Step 3. Review your SAR (Student Aid Report)

After your FAFSA is processed, you will receive your Student Aid Report (SAR). Your SAR summarizes the information you reported on the FAFSA. Texas Wesleyan will also receive a copy of this information sent to us electronically if you entered the school code (003645) on the FAFSA.

Review your SAR for accuracy; it will include instructions on how to make corrections.

Step 4. Sign your Master Promissory Note (MPN)

A Master Promissory Note (MPN) is the contract between you and your lender that states the terms and conditions under which you promise to repay the loan. Visit the studentloans.gov website to sign your MPN. You will need your Department of Education FSA ID.

It's important to keep this document until your loan is repaid.

apply blue left Sign My MPN
Step 5. Complete Loan Entrance Counseling

The U.S. Department of Education requires you to complete loan entrance counseling, which provides information about interest rates, repayment and more.

If you are borrowing Stafford and Graduate PLUS loans, online loan entrance counseling is available for both. To complete the loan entrance counseling log in using your FSA ID and password.

submit paper work blue icon left Complete Loan Entrance Counseling
Step 6. Report any other tuition assistance

To receive federal financial aid, you must report any other source of tuition assistance, like financial assistance from your employer, external scholarships or VA benefits. This information must be disclosed so that your financial aid award is accurate.

Step 7. Review and submit your FAFSA application

Review your application carefully to make sure that all of the information is accurate and that you've completed all necessary steps before you submit the FAFSA.

Menu
Please read our updated Privacy Policy to learn about the information we collect and how we use it. This site uses cookies and other third-party services for the purposes of marketing and enhancing the site experience.

Accept and Close