Apply Texas Applications
To apply for all Texas Public Colleges and Universities, as well as various Technical Schools and Private Universities.
In order to get started, download the Freshman Apply Texas Worksheet above for step by step instructions. Once you have set up your account, be sure to keep your username and password in a safe place you can readily locate for future logins.
Top 10% Automatic College Admission
Check out colleges that are visiting our campus as well as those holding open houses on their campuses by checking the College Representative Visits page.
Universities with Free Tuition
- Angelo State- Blue and Gold Guarantee– Must be a bona fide Texas Resident. Must be entering college as a first-time freshman. Must have a combined family Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of $40,000 or less.
- SFA- Purple Promise – Must be a Texas Resident. Must be entering college as a first-time freshman. Must have a combined family Adjusted Gross Income (AGI) of $25,000 or less.
- Syracuse University- 10 Full rides for African American Men and Women interested in studying Architecture. Send email
- Texas State University -Bobcat Promise- Texas State’s New Tuition assistance program. For first time Texas resident freshman with reported adjusted gross family income of $25,000 or less.
- Texas A&M University – Aggie Assurance Program, Texas residents, who have adjusted gross income of $60,000 or less.
- UT Arlington- Maverick Promise- Students must have a family income of $65,000 or less.
- University of Houston– Cougar Promise- A high school graduate who has earned a recommended or distinguished diploma. A member of a family whose adjusted gross income does not exceed $30,000.
- University of North Texas – Emerald Eagle – for students with families with an adjusted gross income does not exceed $40,000
- Helpful Web sites
Cappex – Student and college matching service – http://www.cappex.com
College Admission Profiles– allows students, parents, and educators to look up individual colleges and universities, and see what is required to be admitted to each. This relatively new site currently has profiles of about 600 colleges, with more added every week.
College Board – College search site – http://www.collegeboard.com/student/csearch
College View – Colleges across the country – http://www.collegeview.com
College Scholarships.com – includes comprehensive information on traditional and online colleges, post-secondary career schools, scholarships, financial aid, colleges for women, Christian colleges, scholarship matching data bases, colleges with programs for students with learning disabilities, historically black colleges, an easy GPA calculator, and much, much, more. – http://www.college-scholarships.com
Colleges of Distinction – List of 200 colleges that emphasize engaged students, great teaching, a vibrant community and successful outcomes – http://www.collegesofdistinction.com
Get Recruited – allows students of all ages to get “matched” to career schools, traditional colleges, and online colleges which meet their needs and preferences. – http://www.get-recruited.com.
My College Guide – Advice for navigating the search process – http://www.mycollegeguide.org
Peterson’s Guide – Statistical information about a variety of colleges, but with a subjective view – http://www.princetonreview.com
Revolution Prep – 1-877-738-7737 http://www.revolutionprep.com
Scholarship Information – http://www.mystudentedge.com
Texas Automotive Schools – http://findautomotiveschools.com/states/texas
Texas Cosmetology Schools – http://beautyschools.com/states/texas/
Texas Engineering Schools – http://educatingengineers.com/states/texas
Texas Fashion Schools – http://www.fashionschoolsusa.com/states/texas
Texas Medical Assistant Schools – http://medicalassisting-edu.com/texas/
Texas Truck Driving Schools – http://www.alltrucking.com/schools/texas/truck-driving
U.S. News – Focuses on college rankings according to 11 variables, including freshman retention, graduation rates, student/faculty ratio and peer assessment – http://www.usnew.com/rankings
Undergrad Zone – This site offers free College prep tips. Most of the tips are pretty practical. It also has some nice free test prep. – http://www.undergradzone.com.
Zinch.com – Zinch.com is dedicated to connecting high school students with scholarships and best-fit colleges. On Zinch, high school students can create their first online, “professional” profile in a fun, interactive, Facebook-like setting where students reach out directly to the colleges of their choosing