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As a CASNR student, a variety of resources are available to help you manage the financial aspects of attending college. Learn about your options, then take advantage of them!
Types of Aid
- Gift-Aid includes scholarships and grants, which require no repayment or work obligation.
- Work-study enables students to work on campus, often in positions related to their field of study.
- Employment on campus or in the surrounding community is available through the Red Raider Student Employment Center.
- Loans are awarded to students with eligibility and are deferred until graduation or enrollment ceases.
CASNR maintains one of the largest scholarship programs among the colleges at Texas Tech. Typically, a third of our students are on scholarship each semester. Last year, the college awarded more than $2.6 million in scholarships to our students. Visit our Scholarship page to read more about the CASNR scholarship program. Remember, the application deadline is February 1 of each year.
Texas Tech annually distributes over $12 million in scholarship money. Awards are made based on academic interest and achievement, financial need and community involvement. To learn more about university level scholarships, click here.
The Office of Student Financial Aid strives to meet student need by finding the best combination of aid including federal, state, institutional and other dollars. Visit the Office of Financial Aid web site for more information.
The U.S. government designed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to help colleges nationwide establish a student's need for financial assistance. However, the FAFSA also is widely used to determine a student's eligibility for certain scholarships and grants. If you plan to attend Texas Tech, complete the FAFSA online as soon as possible after Jan. 1 to apply for need-based financial aid for the following academic year.
Click here for the estimated cost of attending Texas Tech.