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Tyler, United States - Texas



   

University description (as per official university website)

Mission

Texas College is a residential and coeducational four-year, liberal arts, historically black college awarding baccalaureate and associate degrees. It was founded in 1894 by a group of ministers interested in offering a quality education to African American youth. Texas College operates under the auspices of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. The College has an “open admissions” policy that permits it to serve a broad-based traditional and non-traditional student clientele.

Its mission is to ensure that graduates experience a balanced intellectual, psycho-social, and spiritual development aimed at making them active and productive members of society. The College pursues academic excellence; instills integrity; implants perseverance; promotes social responsibility; emphasizes tolerance; and encourages community service by its students as essential anchors in fulfilling its mission in an ever-changing world.

The College recognizes the dynamic nature of the modern world and, hence, the need to integrate faith with technological and scientific advancements to improve the human condition.


Admissions


Texas College is a residential and coeducational four-year, liberal arts, historically black college awarding baccalaureate and associate degrees. It was founded in 1894 by a group of ministers interested in offering a quality education to African American youth. Texas College operates under the auspices of the Christian Methodist Episcopal Church. The College has an “open admissions” policy that permits it to serve a broad-based traditional and non-traditional student clientele.

Its mission is to ensure that graduates experience a balanced intellectual, psycho-social, and spiritual development aimed at making them active and productive members of society. The College pursues academic excellence; instills integrity; implants perseverance; promotes social responsibility; emphasizes tolerance; and encourages community service by its students as essential anchors in fulfilling its mission in an ever-changing world.

The College recognizes the dynamic nature of the modern world and, hence, the need to integrate faith with technological and scientific advancements to improve the human condition.


Financial Aid

Apply For Financial Aid

The Office of Student Financial Aid at Texas College desires to make your educational experience as successful as possible. We are committed to providing high quality service to our students, and to equitable treatment in awarding financial assistance. We are pleased that you have chosen Texas College and would like to help you in meeting the cost of attending college.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at 903-593-8311 ext. 2208 or financialaid@texascollege.edu. Good luck as you pursue your education at Texas College.

First Year / Transfer Students

* Apply for your Department of Education Personal Identification Number (PIN) at www.pin.ed.gov.
* 2009 - 2010 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
* Have clear admission to Texas College. Students admitted as Provisional are not eligible for aid.

Returning Undergraduates

* 2009 - 2010 Renewal or New FAFSA
* Full compliance with the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy

Verification
Verification is a process through which the Office of Student Financial Aid verifies the information you reported on your FAFSA. Federal regulations require all institutions to perform verification on a percentage of applicants who file for financial aid. Applicants are randomly selected for verification. If you are chosen for verification, you will be notified of the required documents needed to complete this process.
If you are selected for verification you will be required to submit the following:

* Your 2008 signed federal income tax returns
* Your spouse's (if applicable) 2008 signed federal income tax returns
* Your parents' (if applicable) 2008 signed federal income tax returns
* The 2009-2010 Texas College Financial Aid Verification Worksheet

Any discrepancies found by our office must be corrected and your financial aid eligibility may be affected. This process can delay your aid, so please respond immediately to any requests from our office. The verification process normally takes 7-10 days from the time the final document is turned in. Should you fail to submit all required documentation; financial aid will not be awarded and/or disbursed. If funds were disbursed prior to your selection for verification, they may be cancelled until your file is complete.



Website:: http://www.texascollegeonline.net/default.asp
Email: http://www.texascollegeonline.net/ContactAdmissions.asp
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Scholarships email: financialaid@texascollege.edu






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