Texas A&M University has provided tuition support since 2008, by pledging tuition coverage to low- and middle-income families through the Aggie Assurance commitment. For students whose family income is $60,000 or less, tuition will be covered by grants and/or scholarships.
Beginning Fall of 2021, the Aggie Assurance commitment was expanded to provide tuition support grants for undergraduate students whose family income is greater than $60,000 but no more than $130,000. Tuition support grants range from $500 - $1,500 based on income and financial need.
As a further expansion to the Aggie Assurance commitment, beginning Fall of 2023, we will be pledging to provide coverage of both tuition and fees for students whose family income is $60,000 or less. Additionally, students enrolled in a degree-seeking program at College Station, Galveston, or the Health Science Center will be considered for Aggie Assurance. Tuition support grants will continue to be available only to students enrolled at Texas A&M University-College Station.
The Aggie Assurance commitment promotes affordability and encourages Texans to pursue higher education at a flagship, research institution.