Types of Financial Aid
Primary Types of Aid
Financial Aid comes in many forms and includes funds at offered at the federal, state and institutional level. Most financial aid funds are awarded based off financial information provided on your FAFSA. Award packages can consist of a combination of these funds.
It's important to note that a work-study award is a potential to earn funds and not a guarantee that you will earn the entire amount awarded.
Additional Types of Aid
- Consortium Agreements
- Exemptions/Tuition Waivers
- Hazlewood Exemption
- House Bill 1403 Students
- International Student Aid Programs
- Study Abroad
- Texas Tomorrow Fund & Other 529 or Pre-Paid Tuition Plans
- UT Online Consortium
- UTSA Employee Educational Benefit (EEB) Program
The UTSAccess Program is designed to promote the timely graduation of undergraduates from UTSA and is available for up to four years as long as eligibility conditions are met and funds are available. This program, established in 2007-2008, assists Texas-resident students with a family income of $30,000 or less by pledging to provide enough in gift aid to pay UTSA tuition and mandatory fees. Please view specific eligibility requirements.
Exemptions & 3rd Party Payments
529 & Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plans
UTSA Fiscal Services handles the processing of 529 & Texas Guaranteed Tuition Plans.