College of Education Scholarships
A variety of scholarships are available through the College of Education including specific programs for TechTeach teacher candidates.
Federally funded grant program for students who intend to teach in schools that serve students from low-income families for at least four years and are seeking certification in a high-need teaching fields. Students are eligible to receive up to $8,000 a year.
Contact: Anna Hatton - firstname.lastname@example.org - 806-834-6951
Transfer Scholarships are offered to admitted students transferring from community colleges based on official transcripts submitted to the Office of Admissions and pay toward fall and spring terms.
Students participating in TechTeach Across Texas or that are transferring to TTU with more than 30 credit hours and a certain GPA qualify for scholarships automatically.
The TechTeach scholarship is awarded to students based on their performance in the program. Students must perform well on their performance assessments, pass their certification exam, have a finical need based on submitting a FAFSA and have a competitive GPA.
Students that complete the AAT program at South Plains College are eligible to participate in the STEP 2 support program. The program provides stipends to cover teacher certification expenses as well as resources to ensure a successful transition to the university. Stipend amounts range from $250 - $1,000.
Contact: Janie Ramirez - email@example.com - 806-834-5886
File your FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) to be considered for any need based scholarship or federal financial aid. Texas Tech University FAFSA Code is: 003644.
Loan & Loan Forgiveness Resources
- TTU Financial Aid
- Department of Education
- Teacher Loan Forgiveness
- Public Servant Loan Forgiveness
- Teach for Texas Loan Repayment Assistance Program (TFTLRAP) is to recruit and retain certified classroom teachers in fields and communities that have a shortage of teachers in Texas.
- The Complete Guide to Student Loan Forgiveness for Teachers
- Combining multiple loan forgiveness programs