Student Financial Aid
Financial Aid is made available by a process through which the student, the student’s family, and Texas A&M International University work together through federal, state, and local programs to assist in meeting the student’s financial needs to attend college. To qualify for financial assistance, a student must be admitted into a degree-granting course of study, be meeting TAMIU’s Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy (SAPP), and must not be in default on any student loan. The student must not owe a balance for Federal Title IV funds returned due to complete withdrawal from TAMIU or any other institution. All students must apply for financial aid on an annual basis and must meet the SAPP at all times whether financial aid was received or not.
SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY (SAPP)
Before a student receives federal, state and institutional aid, federal regulations require that the student meet and continue to meet some basic academic progress standards. The following represents TAMIU’s satisfactory academic progress policy regarding GPA, PACE towards degree completion, and Maximum Timeframe Credit requirements. To read the complete SAPP policy go to http://www.tamiu.edu/affairs/financial/SAPP.pdf.
|SAPP Components||Undergraduate Students||Graduate Students|
|GPA – Minimum overall TAMIU GPA requirement||TAMIU GPA must be a 2.0 or above at the end of each semester at TAMIU.||TAMIU GPA must be a 3.0 or above at the end of each semester at TAMIU.|
|PACE – completion rate of all courses attempted (this includes all transfer hours)||Student must pass 67% of overall attempted hours.||Student must pass 67% of overall attempted hours.|
|Maximum Timeframe – once a student maximizes these hours, he/she is no longer eligible for financial aid. This includes all transfer hours.New Row||1st bachelor’s degree – maximum allowed attempted hours is 180 hours.||1st master’s degree – maximum allowed attempted hours is 60 hours.|
Applying For Financial Aid
To apply for federal financial aid, a student must submit to the U. S. Department of Education a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.FAFSA.gov. Students who have previously applied for federal student aid will receive a reminder to do their application by e-mail. Students under the HB 1403 and/or SB 1528 can apply for state aid through the Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TAFSA). This application may be found on the Financial Aid web site http://www.tamiu.edu/affairs/financial/forms.shtml or office. Applications are available on October 1st. FAFSA School Code: 009651
|It is the student's right to know:||It is the student's responsibility to:|
|The cost of attending the University||Complete all required application forms accurately|
|The deadlines for submitting applications||Know and comply with all deadlines|
|The elements of determining financial need and how much need has been met||Know and comply with the refund and repayment policy|
|The terms of student loans||Maintain a satisfactory level of academic progress|
|The University's refund and repayment policy||Notify loan service of any status changes|
|The University's satisfactory academic progress policy||Read and understand forms which require a signature|
|What financial assistance is available||Request additional clarification or reconsideration of any aspect of the aid application or package|
|Review all information about the University|
|Submit all requested information in a timely manner|
It is the student’s responsibility to obtain the appropriate forms and file them by the required deadlines. Please visit our web site for the most current information on programs and any associated deadlines at http://www.tamiu.edu/affairs/financial/.
In order to receive full consideration for financial assistance and to ensure the determination of eligibility by the beginning of a given application period, a student must submit all required application forms to the office by the deadline dates below:
|Semester||Priority Deadline to Submit Application||Deadline to Submit All Required Documents|
|Fall or Fall & Spring||March 15||July 30|
|Summer||May 1||May 30|
|Spring||December 3||December 20|
Financial resources of the University should be viewed only as supplementary to the financial resources of the applicant and family. For additional information, filing dates and application forms, contact the Office of Financial Aid.
Non Degree/Non Certification or Transient Students
Federal regulations state that individuals enrolled as a regular student in an eligible program can receive federal Title IV aid and/or state aid. A regular student is one who is enrolled for the purpose of obtaining a degree offered by the institution. Students enrolling at TAMIU as non-degree and non-certificate or are here just for the summer as a transient student are not eligible for federal Title IV programs or state financial aid. Private loans can be obtained for these courses but are based on credit worthiness.
The Federal Pell Grant, a Title IV Program, is offered through the FAFSA. Federal Pell Grants are awarded to undergraduate students who have not earned a bachelor's degree and who demonstrate financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Award amounts vary depending on your Expected Family Contribution (EFC) as determined by the FAFSA and how many credit hours you are taking each semester. Recipients must be making Satisfactory Academic Progress to continue receiving the Pell Grant. Students are limited to receive the equivalent of twelve semesters at full-time enrollment in Pell Grant.
The Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity, a Title IV Program, is offered through the FAFSA. This grant is awarded to Pell-eligible undergraduate students who demonstrate exceptional financial need, those with the lowest Estimated Family Contribution (EFC), as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Funding is limited; therefore, priority awarding is given to students who submit their FAFSA before the March 15th priority deadline. Students must be enrolled a minimum of 9 credit hours each semester to be eligible. Additionally, recipients must be making Satisfactory Academic Progress. This award is subject to federal funding and is not guaranteed each academic year.
The Federal Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant, a Title IV Program, is offered through the FAFSA. This program awards eligible students who plan to teach and complete the TEACH Grant Agreement to Serve requirements. Award may be up to $4,000 per year (pro-rated for less than full-time enrollment). The maximum award allowed during a baccalaureate program is $16,000 and in a graduate program is $8,000. Recipients will be required to teach in a Title I school and a high need field for 4 out of the 8 years immediately following the completion of study or upon ceasing enrollment.
The Toward EXcellence, Access, and Success (TEXAS) Grant is offered through the FAFSA or TASFA. This grant is available to Texas resident undergraduate students who have not received a baccalaureate degree, demonstrate financial need and have completed the recommended, distinguished or foundation curriculum from an accredited public or private Texas high school. Funds are limited; therefore, students who apply by the priority deadline of March 15 and meet two out of four components of the State of Texas Priority Model must be given priority. Maximum duration of eligibility of this program is limited to 5 consecutive years, 150 attempted semester credit hours, or graduation, whichever comes first.
The Texas Public Education Grant, and the Texas Resident Assistant Grants & Scholarships, such as the DUSTY Grant, TX Resident Success Grant, TX Resident Scholarship, TX Resident Summer Grant and Scholarship are institutional grants awarded to undergraduate Texas residents who demonstrate financial need as determined by the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or Texas Application for State Financial Aid (TASFA). Funding is limited; therefore, priority awarding is given to students who submit their FAFSA before the March 15th priority deadline. Students must be enrolled a minimum of 9 credit hours each semester to be eligible. Additionally, recipients must be making Satisfactory Academic Progress. This award is subject to funding and is not guaranteed each academic year.
Freshman Merit-Based Scholarships
Our freshman scholarships are honorary, four-year, merit-based scholarship awarded to high academic achievers. These scholarships are automatic scholarships awarded to qualified students upon meeting the following scholarship criteria.
To be eligible, students must be first-time freshmen, be admitted to TAMIU by December 1, priority deadline, and earn the SAT or ACT scores outlined below while meeting the high school percentage rank requirement:
|1300-1600||29-36||Top 25%||Presidential - $32,000|
|1200-1290||26-28||Top 25%||Achievement - $28,000|
|1100-1190||24,25||Top 25%||Pride - $20,000|
|1000-1090||22,23||Top 10%||Discovery - $16,000|
The table above also demonstrates the award amount the student would earn based on SAT or Redesigned SAT or ACT scores and high school percentage rank.
Valedictorians – Exemption for Highest Ranking High School Graduate
Valedictorians from Texas highs schools accredited by the Texas Education Agency are entitled to a tuition exemption during their freshmen year at Texas A&M International University. To receive this award, the student must be certified as valedictorian and Texas A&M International University must be the first university of full-time enrollment. No formal application is required. Qualified students must present their official valedictorian declaration to the University Registrar’s Office during the beginning of the fall semester.
Transfer Merit-Based Scholarships
Our transfer scholarships are honorary, two-year, merit-based scholarship awarded to high academic achievers. These scholarships are automatic scholarships awarded to qualified students upon meeting the following scholarship criteria when transferring in the fall or spring.
|Transfer Credit:||45+ credit hours applicable toward degree||45+ credit hours applicable toward degree|
*Total amount awarded within a period of 4 consecutive long semesters.
Undergraduate Academic Scholarship for Continuing Students
TAMIU offers competitive one year scholarship awards for current students through the Office of Financial Aid. Students may apply online at http://www.tamiu.edu/affairs/financial/scholarships.shtml. Application opens February 1st and the deadline to apply is April 15th. This program provides awards to students exhibiting outstanding academic achievement. Awards range from $100 to $3,000 and vary in length from 1 – 2 semesters. Some awards are restricted as to course of study or degree objective and may have additional participation requirements to activities and/or internships
Undergraduate Academic Scholarship for Transfer Students
TAMIU offers competitive one year scholarship awards for transfer students from the Office of Financial Aid. Students may apply online at http://www.tamiu.edu/affairs/financial/scholarships.shtml. Application opens April 1st and the deadline to apply is June 15th. This program provides awards to transferring students exhibiting outstanding academic achievement. Awards range from $100 to $2,000 and vary in length from 1 – 2 semesters. Some awards are restricted as to course of study or degree objective and may have additional participation requirements to activities and/or internships. These scholarships are not available to students who are awarded an automatic transfer student merit scholarship.
Scholarship Recipients and Non-Resident Tuition Waivers
A student who is awarded a competitive university scholarship of at least $1,000 for the academic year or summer of which the student is enrolled and who is either a non-resident or an International student is entitled to pay the tuition and fees required of Texas residents without regard to the length of time the student has resided in Texas. This scholarship must be awarded by a TAMIU scholarship committee officially recognized by the Texas A&M International University Administration, and each waiver must be approved as the competitive slots are limited.
Other institutional scholarships are directly available through the Office of Financial Aid website http://www.tamiu.edu/affairs/financial/scholarships.shtml.
Scholarship Information for Graduate Students
Fellowships and scholarships for graduate students are administered by the Office of Graduate Studies, the individual colleges, and the academic departments. All students should contact their college and major department for information. The Lamar Bruni Vergara Educational Fund provides scholarships, assistantships, and GRE/GMAT reimbursements. The deadline is April 1st. Visit their website at http://www.tamiu.edu/gradschool/fellowships.shtml.
A listing of External Scholarships and Search Engines are available in our website: http://www.tamiu.edu/affairs/financial/scholar.shtml.
Educational Aide Exemption Program
The purpose of the Educational Aide Exemption Program is to encourage certain educational aides to complete full teacher certification by providing need-based exemptions from the payment of tuition and certain mandatory fees at Texas public institutions for higher education.
- Be a Texas resident;
- Be registered for the Selective Service or be exempt from this requirement;
- Be employed in some capacity by a public school district in Texas during full term for which the student receives the award;
- Submit FAFSA/TASFA by first class day and show financial need;
- Have been employed by a public school district in TEXAS working full-time in a classroom directly with students in a teaching capacity as an educational aid for at least one school year or a substitute teacher for 180 days of the past five school years preceding the term or semester for which the student is awarded their initial exemption;
- Meet satisfactory academic progress policy (SAPP); and
- Be enrolled in courses required for teacher certification in one or more areas that the Texas Education Agency has determined to be experiencing a critical shortage of teachers at public schools in Texas in accordance with Texas Administrative Code, 21.1083 (6).
The Educational Aide Exemption Application should be submitted to the Office of Financial Aid before the twelfth class day of the semester for which you are applying as this program’s funding is limited. Please allow at least two weeks for processing. The deadline to submit the application is the last class day of the semester for which you are applying.
Good Neighbor Scholarship Waiver
The Good Neighbor Scholarship Waiver provides tuition assistance to students from an eligible country(s), of the Western Hemisphere other than Cuba or the United States. Applicants must have been born in and are a current resident of the nation. Applicants must be fully admitted to TAMIU and meet the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) policy requirements. Application will be available from January 1st through March 1st of each year. To apply please visit: http://www.tamiu.edu/affairs/financial/waivers_exemptions.shtml.
Mexican Tuition Waiver Program
The purpose of the Mexican Tuition Waiver Program is to permit a small number of individuals with financial need, who are citizens of Mexico, to enroll in a Texas public university and pay the resident tuition rate. Student eligibility for a waiver must be established prior to enrollment. Students must apply on an annual basis. The last day to submit an application is the first class day of semester they are applying for. Application is available online: http://www.tamiu.edu/affairs/financial/forms.shtml.
- Must be a citizen of Mexico and reside in Mexico,
- Must show financial need,
- Must attend an eligible Texas public university and enroll full-time.
Student Employment Program
The Office of Financial Aid coordinates student part-time employment, both non-need based (student worker) and need based (work-study). Students may visit the online job database (DUSTY WORKS) for applications, eligibility requirements, and current postings at https://www.myinterfase.com/tamiu/student/home.aspx located on the Office of Financial Aid website http://www.tamiu.edu/affairs/financial/student_employment.shtml.
Student employees under both programs are paid at least minimum wage and are paid bi-weekly along with regular university employees. Student workers are not eligible for fringe benefits, paid holidays, retirement, vacation, or sick leave. Federal and state work-study programs provide part-time employment for U.S. citizens, permanent residents, and eligible non-residents, within fund limitations, who have an established financial need and desire campus employment. To qualify for the Federal/Texas College Work-Study Programs, a student must have submitted a FAFSA, have financial need, be enrolled or accepted for enrollment, and be making satisfactory academic progress. The Texas College Work-Study program has two additional requirements: student must be a Texas resident and cannot be awarded an athletic scholarship.
The Community Work-Study Service Program allow students who qualify for the Federal/Texas Work-Study Program to work part-time as part of the No Child Left Behind initiative. It is based on the philosophy that children are our nation's greatest asset. It calls all Americans to support teachers and help ensure that every child can read well by the end of third grade. Eligible and dedicated college students are called to serve as reading and math tutors, as well as mentors and role models in our community. All work-study students are paid at least minimum wage, work an average of 10 to 19 hours per week and do not receive fringe benefits.
The Office of Financial Aid has the right to discontinue employment if a student employee does not meet and/or maintain the registration and/or grade point average requirements. All student employee job applications are processed through the Office of Financial Aid, for more information call (956) 326-2165 or visit our website at http://www.tamiu.edu/affairs/financial/student_employment.sht.
The William D. Ford Direct Student Loan Program (Federal Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loan Programs), a Title IV Program, is offered through the FAFSA. To qualify a student must: meet satisfactory academic progress, need and/or cost of attendance has not been met through other resources, and enroll for a minimum of 6 hours each semester. Students will be notified of their eligibility for the Direct Loan program(s) through a financial aid offer based on classification. Graduate students qualify for the Direct Unsubsidized Loan program only.
The Federal Parent Plus Loan (FPLUS), a Title IV Program, is offered through the FAFSA. This loan is available to parents of enrolled dependent students. Applications for the FPLUS should be submitted at least twelve weeks before the end of the semester for which the student is enrolled. Parents can apply by signing into the www.studentloans.gov website. Approval of the loan is based on the borrower's credit history. The amount of the loan cannot exceed the student's cost of attendance. Student must be meeting satisfactory academic progress and enroll for a minimum of 6 hours each semester.
The Federal Graduate Plus Loan (FGPLUS), a Title IV Program, is offered through the FAFSA. This loan is available to graduate students. Applications for the FGPLUS should be submitted at least twelve weeks before the end of the semester for which the student is enrolled. Students can apply by signing into the www.studentloans.gov website. Approval of the loan is based on the borrower's credit history. The amount of the loan cannot exceed the student's cost of attendance. Student should apply for the Direct Unsubsidized Loan program before the FGPLUS. Student must be meeting satisfactory academic progress and enroll for a minimum of 6 hours each semester.
The College Access Loan Program, a State program, is offered through the FAFSA or TASFA. This loan is available to Texas resident students who are meeting satisfactory academic progress, whose need and/or cost of attendance has not been met through other resources, and enroll for a minimum of 6 hours each semester. Approval of the loan is based on the borrower's credit history or co-signer’s credit history. Students can apply by signing into the www.hhloans.com website.
The Texas B-On-Time Loan program, a State program, is offered through the FAFSA. This loan program is available to eligible prior recipients. The program is being phased out; therefore, no new applications are being accepted. Application information will be furnished with the financial aid offer, if applicable, and as funds are available. The no-interest loan may be forgiven upon graduation if (1) the student receives an undergraduate degree from an eligible institution and the student graduated with a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, within 4 calendar years after the date the student initially enrolled in an eligible institution, or (2) graduated with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, with a total number of credit hours (including transfer hours and hours earned exclusively by examination) that is no more than 6 hours beyond what is required to complete the degree or certificate. IRS regulations indicate that these loans must be reported as taxable income when they are forgiven. For more information, please call us in Austin (512) 427-6340 or toll-free (outside Austin metro) 1-800-242-3062.
Private Alternative loans are for students who have exhausted all other avenues of financial aid. All financial aid, including loans, cannot exceed a student's cost of attendance. Approval of the loan is based on the borrower's credit history. Although not limited to, students can apply by signing into the www.ELMSelect.com website.
College for all Texans – Types of Financial Aid
Students and their family can choose from many different types of financial aid. Some are based on financial need, and some on academic performance. Others are tied to a student’s or family’s ability to borrow. Not all colleges and universities participate in all programs, but the more you know about financial aid, the better prepared you will be. This resource will provide you with information on different types of financial aid available to students attending Texas colleges and universities. These include:
- State and Federal Grants and Scholarships
- Private/Corporate Grants and Scholarships
- Loan Repayment Programs
- Tax Credits and Other Programs
- Waiver Programs
- Work Study Programs
- $1000 Tuition Rebate Program
Gainful Employment Program
At TAMIU, additional certificate programs are offered, however Title IV assistance is currently NOT approved for such programs by the U. S. Department of Education. In accordance with current guidelines, financial aid can be offered to students in a 'certificate program' only if the SCHOOL is awarding the certificate. At TAMIU, the certificate is not awarded by the SCHOOL but rather from the State of Texas; the student completes all required coursework at TAMIU which allows the student to 'sit' for certification at the State level, but students NOT certified by the State of Texas will not be allowed to 'practice/work' in Texas. Therefore, TAMIU's 'certificate programs' do not fall under the purview of a Gainful Employment program and the student is not eligible to receive financial aid. TAMIU's current 'certificate' programs include:
- English-Spanish Translation
- International Leadership
- International Studies
- Language Certificate in Spanish
- Latin American Studies
- Oil and Gas Accounting
- Educational Diagnostician
- Master Reading Teacher
- Non-Profit Leadership and Management
- Reading Specialist
- School Counselor
PURCHASING BOOKS USING FINANCIAL AID
Students who are receiving financial aid can purchase their books and supplies at the University Bookstore by charging them to their student account. Students must have a complete financial aid folder, be registered for classes, and their amount of aid must exceed the total tuition and fee charges for the semester. You will need to present your TAMIU ID card to the University Bookstore.
Bookstore purchases begin on:
- Fall semester: July 25th
- Spring semester: December 1st
- Summer terms: one week prior to first class day
By charging your books and supplies you agree to adhere to the policies of TAMIU’s Office of Financial Aid, Bursars Office and Barnes & Noble Bookstore. These policies include, but are not limited to, refunds, returns, and exchanges.
PAYMENT OF TUITION AND FEES
Financial aid funds are credited to a student's account balance after the census date of each semester. A student must have all financial aid requirements complete and be enrolled for the current term.
Students are responsible for making timely payment on their account to avoid late fees if their financial aid requirements are not complete or their aid is not enough to cover the entire balance.¹
The following grants will be automatically credited to the current semester* account when students enroll for the required number of hours for which they were awarded and have met all requirements:
- Federal Pell Grant (FPELL)
- Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
- Texas Public Educational Grant (TPEG)
- Texas Resident Success Grant (TAMIU Grant)
- DUSTY Texas Resident Grant (TAMIU Grant)
- Texas Resident Scholarship (TAMIU Scholarship)
- Towards Excellence, Access, and Success Grant (Texas Grant)
- All Scholarships awarded by TAMIU
Students are responsible for payment of all past due balances at the University.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Since financial aid awards are automatically applied to your account, your classes, or portion thereof, you will NOT be dropped for non-payment. If you change your mind about attending TAMIU, you MUST officially notify the University Registrar’s Office to drop your classes and the Office of Financial Aid to cancel your financial aid awards.
FINANCIAL AID AUTHORIZATIONS, DISBURSEMENT AND REFUNDS
Financial aid will be authorized (credited) into student account after the census date of each semester.
If a student received financial aid in excess of their tuition and fees and other on-campus expenses (such as bookstore purchases, campus housing and meal plan) for a given semester, a disbursement (sometimes referred to as a refund) will be issued by the Bursar’s Office at TAMIU. Disbursements are released on Friday afternoons. Students will receive their disbursement by direct deposit to the account of their choice.
For courses that begin after the regular semester date, disbursements will not be issued until approximately a week after the census date for that course(s).
Pending financial aid will not be disbursed (aid that has not been confirmed). If you have questions regarding pending financial aid please contact the Office of Financial Aid. Under no circumstances will financial aid be released before the designated disbursement date.
Generally a student ceases to be eligible for aid once he/she has finished the term and is no longer enrolled. An otherwise eligible student becomes ineligible to receive FSA funds on the date that the student:
- for a loan made under the Direct Loan program, is no longer enrolled at least half time
- for purposes of the Pell Grant and FSEOG Grant, is no longer enrolled at the school for the award year
However, if certain conditions are met, a student might be considered for a disbursement after the date they became ineligible. These disbursements are called "late disbursements." The student may submit verification documentation and receive a late disbursement after they cease enrollment if the Department of Education processed a FAFSA with an official EFC while he/she was still enrolled and eligible. In addition, for a Direct Loan program student loan, the loan must be originated prior to the date the student became ineligible.
The student must complete verification no later than 120 days after the last date of enrollment. A school may not make a late disbursement later than 180 days after the date the student becomes ineligible.
WITHDRAWAL FROM ALL COURSES & RETURN OF FEDERAL STUDENT AID
Students receiving federal financial aid who withdraw from or stop attending all courses may be required to return a portion of financial aid received.
Federal regulations [HEA Section 484B, 485(a)(1)(F), 34 CFR 668.22], referred to as the Return of Title IV Funds policy, require TAMIU to calculate a refund and repayment of federal aid received by students who withdraw prior to the 60% point of a term for which he/she has received federal aid. The Title IV (federal) programs under this policy are: Federal Pell Grant, Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants (FSEOG), Teacher Educational Assistance for College and Higher Education (TEACH) Grant and Federal Direct Loans (Subsidized, Unsubsidized and PLUS). According to the Return of Title IV (R2T4) Funds policy, the student is allowed to retain only the amount of Title IV financial aid that was earned. If a student withdraws or stops participating in classes, a portion of the aid received is considered to be unearned and must be returned to the Title IV programs from which it was received. If the R2T4 calculation results in unearned aid that must be returned, both the school and the student are responsible for returning funds.
Students wishing to completely withdraw from the University must initiate the withdrawal process in the Office of the VP for Student Success (ZSC 224).
A student who fails all of their classes in a term may be subject to the R2T4 calculation. If a student “earned” at least one of their F’s (i.e. they participated in class until the end of the semester and received an F for poor performance), then no calculation is required. However, if the student failed all classes because they stopped attending at some point in the semester, then a R2T4 calculation is required based on the last documented date of attendance. If a last date of attendance cannot be determined, the 50% point of the term will be used as the withdrawal date, and the unearned aid will be 50%. At the end of the term, the Office of Financial Aid will notify students who have received all F's of the requirement to perform the R2T4 calculation.
Additional information concerning financial aid can be found at the Federal Student Aid website, studentaid.ed.gov, or at the College of All Texans website, www.collegeforalltexans.com. Undocumented students can use the college guide for undocumented students to find information on: the DREAM Act and DACA, How to find and apply for colleges, and financial aid for undocumented students.
Texas A&M International University and the Office of Financial Aid are committed to conducting business in an ethical manner and with the highest level of integrity. To this end, our office adheres to the Texas A&M University System Ethics Policy 07.01 and Texas Higher Education Fair Lending Practices 07.02 as indicated in our Code of Conduct for Financial Aid Professionals at Texas A&M International University. In addition, as a member of the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators, we comply with their Statement of Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct for Institutional Financial Aid Professionals.
The Office of Student Financial Aid
Texas A&M International University
5201 University Boulevard
Zaffirini Student Success Center, Suite 214
Laredo, Texas 78041-1900
Telephone: (956) 326-2225
Fax: (956) 326-2224
FAFSA School Code: 009651