Texas Educational Opportunity Grant Program (TEOG)

The purpose of the TEOG program is to provide grant aid to financially needy students enrolled in Texas public two-year colleges. To receive an initial award through the TEOG Program, a student must:-Be registered with Selective Service, or be exempt-Have a 9 month EFC of no more than $5,088-Be classified by the institution as a Texas resident -Have not been convicted of a felony or crime involving a controlled substance-Not be concurrently receiving a renewal TEXAS Grant-Be enrolled at least half-time and awarded in the first 30 hours (or its equivalent) of an associate’s degree or certificate program (excluding credits for dual enrollment or by examination) Use is limited to public community colleges, public technical colleges, or public state colleges in Texas. Public State Colleges include: Lamar State College at Orange; Lamar State College at Port Arthur, and Lamar Institute of Technology. Your eligibility for this program is determined by the financial aid office at your college. Contact your college financial aid office for additional information on eligibility or availability of fund.For more information or to apply, please visit the scholarship provider's website.

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