There are many ways to help finance your education. While we are proud of the fact that TSTC's education is affordable and a high return on your investment, we realize financing is the only option for some students.
Financial Aid and the resources it can provide are valuable to students who would otherwise be unable to go to college. It is important to realize that some types of aid may not cover all your expenses.
Please keep in mind that:
Planning ahead for college and making efforts to obtain as much money as possible from other resources will make paying for college less stressful. This may be particularly helpful at the beginning of each term before financial aid funds are made available.
Please read the TSTC Consumer Guide and keep for your records when applying for aid.
And remember — you must complete enrollment requirements with Admissions & Records Office before any financial aid can be awarded.
An institutional financial aid professional is expected to always maintain exemplary standards of professional conduct in all aspects of carrying out his or her responsibility and follow the Code of Conduct for Institutional Financial Aid Professionals.
In an effort to protect your identity and reduce identity theft, you will need to set-up your TSTC PIN in WebAdvisor. Certain services will require your PIN before accessing or releasing information.
For PIN assistance contact the TSTC Help Desk at 1-800-592-8784 FREE
Financial Literacy Program
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