Texas Wesleyan University is a privately supported institution. The educational and operating expenses are provided by payments from students, income from endowment funds, appropriations and gifts from churches, trustees, alumni, foundations, businesses, industries and generous-spirited individuals.
Tuition and fees cover less than half the actual cost per student. The difference is paid from the sources indicated above. Each full-time student attending Texas Wesleyan is receiving, in effect, an annual subsidy in addition to scholarships and aid with which to invest in education.
Once received and aid applications are reviewed, you will be notified should anything else be required for completion of your application. Once your application is complete and your eligibility is determined, your financial aid award package will be mailed to you.
A student who enrolls in classes at Texas Wesleyan University assumes a definite financial obligation. It is expected that the student and his/her parents or guardian will comply with provisions relative to payment of the student account.
Student enrollment is completed only upon payment in full of semester expenses or upon making satisfactory payment arrangements or securing an education loan for the student account balance.