Texas Tech University prides itself on providing a high-quality, yet affordable, education
to graduate students.
Did you know that you could enroll in a Texas Tech Doctoral Program for as little
as $600 a semester?
Most Doctoral Students who are employed as Teaching Assistants/Research Assistants
receive approximately $6,000 in tuition and fee assistance annually. In addition,
there are other forms of financial assistance that may further reduce the cost of
There are a variety of financial aid options available to graduate students, including
scholarships, fellowships, grants, loans and work-study.
Did you know if you are appointed as a teaching or research assistant, your spouse
qualifies for resident in-state tuition. This is more than a $12,000-a-year benefit.
Approximately 51% of Texas Tech graduate students receive some form of financial aid
in addition to positions as teaching or research assistants.
Students who submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will be eligible
for financial aid.
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