A grant is a financial award, often, but not always, from a federal or government agency. You apply for grants when you fill out the FAFSA. Generally, grants do not have to be repaid.
Maximum $6,195 per academic year
Low-income undergraduate students based on FAFSA results
Maximum $500 per academic year
Enrolled full-time Pell recipients with the lowest EFC's for the year have primary consideration
Maximum $5,046 per academic year
Under the National Professional Development Program (NPD), Texas Wesleyan University has been awarded by the U.S. Department of Education's Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA) $2.4 million for five years to train bilingual educators. Through the NPD program, grants are available to transfer students who want to get a Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood through 6th Grade Bilingual (EC-6).
Students who are awarded will receive up to $2,000 per semester (fall, spring and summer) to pay for all required junior- and senior-level courses.