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Understanding my Award

Understand your financial aid award

Financial aid comes in many forms, but they all do the same thing – help you pay for college. Your personal financial aid package makes it easy to see how affordable Texas Wesleyan can be.


Your Awards

You can accept (or reject) your aid online. Just go to your Ramlink account and look under the "Financial Aid" section. You can choose financial aid status by term and review your awards. You can accept or reject all of them at once or you can make a selection of individual awards.



Texas Wesleyan offers institutional scholarships, which means free money for you. The funds do not need to be repaid. You do have to meet the scholarship requirements, like maintaining a certain grade point average. You must accept all scholarships in your Ramlink account.



If you receive grant funding, that money doesn’t need to be repaid. Again, you may need to meet certain requirements, such as event participation or a minimum grade point average. You must accept all awards in your Ramlink account.


Work Study

Students who have work study awards have the opportunity to work on campus. But you have to be quick — you only have 2 weeks from the start of classes to secure a job. After that, your work study funds will be removed for this academic year.



If you accept a student loan, you’ll need to repay the money after college. Before you can receive funds from a federal loan, you will need to sign a master promissory note (which says you will repay the loan) and complete entrance Counseling (which offers useful budget tips and helps you understand your financial responsibilities). To complete both forms visit


Veteran's Benefits

The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs offers education benefits to help you pursue your education. To see if you are eligible, visit