Do you seek money for college in Texas?

Texas is an awesome study destination for students looking to meet other adventurous young people to share both on and off-campus experiences with. The big state offers fine dining, beautiful sights, fun entertainment, and so much more! Spread along Texan prairies, forests, grasslands, and coastal regions, the most populated cities in the state are Houston, San Antonio, Austin, Dallas, and El Paso.

Not only is there a diversity of people residing in Texas, there is a variety of excellent academic programs available through hundreds of colleges and universities in the state. The public school system alone is divided into six state university systems with campuses all around the state. Texas is also noted for its private prestigious research institutions such as Rice University and Baylor University, to name a couple. Before committing to a school in Texas, familiarize yourself with some of these fun facts…

  • The world’s biggest parking lot is in the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
  • Next to Alaska, the second biggest state in the United States is Texas.
  • The state’s largest city is Houston.
  • Texas is a leading producer of greenhouse gases.
  • Onion is the state vegetable of Texas.
  • Texas is home to 120 state parks and 5 state forests.
  • Its nickname is the “Lone Star State.”
  • The country’s biggest producer of sheep and wool is Texas!
  • The official state sport of the state is rodeo.

Texas offers a wide variety of academic programs for students to choose from.

Among ranked National Universities, the average cost of tuition and fees for the 2019–2020 school year was $41,426 at private colleges, $11,260 for state residents at public colleges and $27,120 for out-of-state students at state schools, according to data reported to U.S. News in an annual survey.

If your child receives free or reduced lunch, or has an EFC of $0, we can bring your costs down even more! Please mention this during your consultation.

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