How Much Financial Aid is Available?
$16,654 is the normal Texas Southern University's first year financial aid offer. Around 88.0% of new students get financial aid, most of which is in the form of scholarships and grants.
Financial aid contains scholarships, grants, and student loans. However, student loans have to be paid back, thus they aren't a real college discount.
We feel that loan debt ought to be thought of as an "outcome" rather than "aid". Read more about student loan debt at Texas Southern University.
How Much Aid Is Offered That Is Not Loans?
The stats below refer to aid that is supplied by Texas Southern University.
33.0% of freshmen (398 total) were offered scholarships at Texas Southern University, averaging $5,257 per person. This puts it in the middle 20th percentile of all schools in the nation.
In addition to scholarships, 76.0% of first year students (924 total) got federal grant aid, averaging $5,068 a person.
The chart below shows the average amount of scholarship and grant aid distributed to all freshmen.
Grants are normally based on need while scholarships are merit-based.
Financial Aid per Family Income
The following chart displays grant and scholarship distributions by family income for first year students receiving any sort of federal Title IV assistance, including Federal PLUS loans.
|Income Level||Percent of Freshman||Average Assistance|
|Income 110k +||0.0%||N/A|
The chart above shows undergrads who are getting Title IV aid which is federal aid from the government including grants, loans, and work-study. Learn more.
The Standard Undergrad Who Gets a Grant or Scholarship Gets $7,729
Of the 6,562 undergraduate students at Texas Southern University around 78.0% (5,088 total) receive some sort of grant aid. The average amount awarded was $7,729.
Financial Aid Links from Texas Southern University
|Financial Aid Department Website||em.tsu.edu/financialaid/index.php|
|Net Price Calculator||em.tsu.edu/comptroller/tuition.php|