Texas Tech University

Financial Aid

College of Education Scholarships

A variety of scholarships are available through the College of Education including specific programs for TechTeach teacher candidates.

Contact: Brianna Sanchez - brianna.sanchez@ttu.edu - 806-834-2353


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 Hattonanna.hatton@ttu.edu - 806-834-6951

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TEACH Grant at a glance.

TechTeach Scholarship

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.

Contact: Brianna Sanchez - brianna.sanchez@ttu.edu - 806-834-2353


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 - janie.ramirez@ttu.edu - 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.


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