The Texas A&M Financial Aid office assists students by providing information about scholarships and financial aid opportunities.
International students must have the financial resources to cover all costs associated with the program through personal resources or private funding.
Federal student aid for certificates is currently only available in certain areas.
Texas A&M University has a distinguished history of providing educational services to individuals preparing to enter our Armed Forces, those currently serving, and personnel transitioning to civilian life. Veterans and their dependents may be eligible for federal tuition benefits.
Please visit the Veteran Services website or email [email protected] or call (817) 212-4090 for more information.
*Students in self-supporting programs do not qualify for the Hazlewood Exemption (per Texas Education Code Sec. 54.2002/Sec. 54.545). Because these programs are not supported with state funds, students cannot receive state waivers or exemptions. The following Texas A&M programs are currently considered self-supporting: School of Law – Distance Education Graduate Programs (including Master of Jurisprudence [M.Jur.], Master of Legal Studies [MLS] and Master of Laws [LL.M.]), Law Certificate Programs, Aggie ACHIEVE, programs at the Washington D.C. site, and programs at the Qatar site.
WHY TEXAS A&M SCHOOL OF LAW?
As one of the nation’s largest universities, Texas A&M ranks #1 for endowment size among public universities, ranking seventh overall. You’ll have access to the worldwide Aggie network of over 500,000 alumni, which includes more Fortune 500 Top 100 corporate CEOs than any university in the nation.
Texas A&M University School of Law ranks #46 among national law schools.
Small class sizes provide students with personal attention from our world-renowned, nationally ranked faculty.
No entrance exam requirement, flexible start dates, and a full or part-time course load allow for an academic experience that fits into your personal and professional life.