Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Financing your education can be quite costly. Utilizing financial aid can help fund your education. There are two full-time semesters that you will need financial aid for. As a graduate student there are federal limits to financial aid received. The Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loan limit is $20,500. Graduate students can also apply for a Graduate Plus Loan. For information on how to apply go to studentloans.gov.

NOTE: Post-Baccalarueate Students in the Biomedical Sciences Program are NOT ELIGIBLE for financial aid.

Financial Aid Timeline

October of Current Academic Year

  • FAFSA available for the new academic year. Entering or returning students must have username and password ready when completing the FAFSA. Use TTUHSC school code 016024.

March

  • Information from your FAFSA will be uploaded into our TTUHSC Financial System during which will allow us to evaluate your financial need.
  • Submit additional documentation being requested by the Office of Financial Aid.
  • Indicate your enrollment status on WebRaider.

April

  • Expect “Award Notification” by early April.
  • Accept financial aid award offered to you on Webraider. (Refer to Financial Aid & Payment Fact Sheet for instructions.)
  • First time Direct Loan borrowers will complete an online entrance counseling and sign a Master Promissory Note at gov.
  • Returning students will complete the online entrance counseling at gov every academic year.

July

 

January of following year

 

Important: Check your WebRaider to receive any updates on your financial aid status.