Promise Partnerships

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TWU has partnered with several community organizations in the North Texas region, to provide students access to a quality education. These organizations provide students in Dallas County, Tarrant County, Grayson County, Cooke County, and Montague County with coaching on college readiness and success.

Students who graduate from a participating high school or community college may be eligible for a last-dollar tuition and fees award to TWU as well as additional resources, like TRiO support, First-Gen support, and Summer Bridge.

Check out the partnerships below to learn more about them; find out if you attend a participating high school or community college; and complete the pledge form.

Explore Partnerships

Award Eligibility

First-Year students who meet all the criteria below may be eligible to receive a last-dollar tuition and fees award for eight (8) consecutive Fall and Spring (long) semesters at TWU.

Transfer students who meet all the criteria below may be eligible to receive a last-dollar tuition and fees award for four (4) consecutive Fall and Spring (long) semesters at TWU.

The last-dollar award is only applied after all other gift aid (grants and scholarships) have been accepted.

How to Apply

Promise Scholar Award

The Promise Scholar Award ensures that a student’s tuition and fees are covered through gift aid. Gift aid includes TWU scholarships and all grants.

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(Found under Charges on Self-Service)
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(Found under Financial Aid on Self-Service)
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(Found under Financial Aid on Self-Service. Examples include Federal Pell Grant, SEOG, UG Board Authorized Tuition Grant, Texas Public Education Grant, TEXAS Grant)

Award Renewal

To remain eligible for a last-dollar tuition and fees award through one of the Promise Partnerships, students must meet the following criteria:

Contact us!

admissions@twu.edu
940-898-3188

Page last updated 1:15 PM, February 22, 2024