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School of Education and Human Development

Financial Aid

Financial Aid


We know a college education is expensive. Many of our students are eligible for scholarships, scholar loans, grants and work-study programs. This assistance can be used to help you pay for tuition, books, and other costs associated with your degree or certification program.

If you are a freshman or transfer student applying for any SEHD scholarship:

  • Complete the ApplyTexas application.
  • Visit the Department of Scholarships and Financial Aid for a complete listing of scholarships, as well as information about loans, work-study programs, and other financial aid tools.

If you are a current student wishing to apply for a scholarship, fill out the University Scholarship application between Oct. 15 and Feb.1.

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Additional Information & Funding Resources


SEHD Undergraduate Travel Scholarship

The School of Education and Human Development is pleased to announce the SEHD Undergraduate Research Travel Scholarship. Consistent with the College’s strategic aims, the aim of this scholarship program is to facilitate research dissemination by undergraduate students. Scholarships are only awarded to students presenting research at academic conferences. Preference is given to students engaged in one of the school’s structured Undergraduate Research programs and students who do not have other research travel funds (e.g., funds through the faculty with whom they work). Grants of up to $500 are available, and monies awarded will be posted as a scholarship to the student’s account.

Application Form

 

Undergraduate Research Grants

  • Academic achievement
  • Leadership
  • Extracurricular involvement
  • Service
  • Choice of teaching field
  • Special circumstances
  • Essay
  • Financial need

If you have any questions or need additional information on the scholarship process, email sehd-recruitment@tamu.edu.

Additional Funding Sources

Our departments also offer financial assistance for students interested in their specific degree programs. Students who want to become teachers should explore these external funding sources:

Undergraduate Student Research Initiative

The college supports and fosters the development of undergraduate research through the Undergraduate Research Grant and the Undergraduate Student Research Initiative.

Undergraduate students involved in research have the opportunity to:

  • Learn more about research within the college,
  • Develop their own research skills, and
  • Gain exposure to the research process.

Kay and Jerry Cox Undergraduate Research Scholars Program

The School of Education and Human Development is pleased to announce the Kay and Jerry Cox Undergraduate Research Scholars Program.

Learn more

Contact


SEHD Office of Recruitment


Email: sehd-recruitment@tamu.edu
Phone: 979-862-4345

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