Texas Tech University

Funding Your Education

Funding Your Education
  • 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 your education.
  • 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.
  • Forbes magazine and the Fiske Guide to Colleges ranked us among the best buys in American higher education.