Other Aid Options
Your net price gives you a realistic indicator of what you could potentially pay out of pocket after your gift aid (grants/scholarships) is applied. You calculate this by subtracting your gift aid from your cost of attendance. Once you have your net price, you can either pay out-of-pocket, utilize student loans, or consider other options which may require additional research and actions.
Federal Work-Study: eligible students have the opportunity to earn college funds by working a part-time job on campus or in community service agencies. Students must apply for and secure a job to obtain funding.
Parent PLUS Loan: a credit-based loan parents can take out for undergraduate dependent students. Parents must submit a credit check and application at studentloans.gov.
Alternative Loans: educational loans that are available through private lending institutions. The loan terms, interest rates and fees will vary by lender.
Outside Scholarships: any scholarships offered through scholarship organizations, foundations and businesses outside of UTSA You must notify UTSA that you have received an outside scholarship by submitting an External Scholarship Form found on the Financial Aid forms.