• University of Texas at Austin

    University of Texas at Austin

    Texas Advance-Beginning in 2020, eligible Texas students with an adjusted gross income of up to $125,000, with financial need, will be eligible for the Texas Advance Commitment. Tuition will be covered for students with financial need who have family adjusted gross incomes up to $65,000. Financial assistance to support educational success will be available for students with financial need whose family adjusted gross income is between $65,000 and $125,000. With this expansion of the Texas Advance Commitment beginning in fall 2020, both new freshman and transfer students, will be eligible.

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  • Angelo State University

    Angelo State University

    The ASU Blue and Gold Guarantee program will cover the remaining balance of any tuition and mandatory fees that are not covered by other gift aid programs. Must have a combined family Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of $40,000 or less. Must be a Texas Resident.

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  • Dallas County Promise

    Dallas County Promise

    Free tuition and fees for all 2019 Cedar Hill High School graduates.

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  • Harvard University

    Harvard University

    Our program requires no contribution from Harvard families with annual incomes below $65,000.

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  • Lamar University

    Lamar University

    The Lamar University Promise ensures that sufficient grant and/or scholarship assistance will be provided to cover the full amount of fall and spring in-state tuition and fees (this does not include room and board charges) for undergraduate Texas residents with Household Adjusted Gross Income (per IRS regulations) of no more than $25,000

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  • Midwestern State University

    Midwestern State University

    Offering Tuition and fees for admitted scholars with family AGI of $50,000 or less under the Mustang Guarantee Program.

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  • Rice University

    Rice University

    Middle-income families with typical assets will receive grant aid to cover full tuition for admitted scholars.

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  • Sam Houston State University

    Sam Houston State University

    The Bearkat Promise guarantees all participating students enough grant and scholarship funds to cover the cost of mandatory* tuition and fees for 15 hours per semester for scholars with a family income of $25,000 or less.

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  • Southern Methodist University

    Southern Methodist University

    A Dallas County Promise Partner.

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  • Stanford University

    Stanford University

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  • Stephen F. Austin State University

    Stephen F. Austin State University

    Our Purple Promise Guarantee Program pays the remaining balance for tuition and regular fees (for up to 15 semester credit hours) that are not covered by other grants, scholarships, exemptions, benefits or waivers for scholars with a family income of $30,000 or less.

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  • Texas A&M University at College Station

    Texas A&M University at College Station

    Texas A&M University has expanded its commitment to low and middle income students through the Aggie Assurance program. The Aggie Assurance aids students with family income of $60,000 or less by pledging to provide enough scholarships and grants to pay tuition for all eligible* students. The Aggie Assurance encourages Texans to pursue higher education at a flagship, research institution.

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  • Texas Tech University

    Texas Tech University

    For scholars with a family income of$40,000 or less.

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  • University of Houston

    University of Houston

    Guaranteed Free Tuition for New Freshmen Starting Fall 2019 with Family Income up to $50,000 under the Cougar Promise Program.

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  • University of North Texas at Denton

    University of North Texas at Denton

    For scholars with a family income of $40,000 or less.

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  • University of Texas at Dallas

    University of Texas at Dallas

    The UT Dallas Tuition Promise dedicates resources to cover tuition and mandatory fees for newly enrolling students whose families annually earn $25,000 or less and meet other qualifications.

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  • West Texas A&M University

    West Texas A&M University

    Texas residents who have an annual family income of $40,000—the median income level for our region—or less. This commitment began in fall 2008 and is known as the “Buff Promise".

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  • Yale University

    Yale University

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