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Explore our online degree options. Through our Engineering Online program, you can study online to earn the same quality degree as you would in person.

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Tuition and Fees

Tuition and fees associated with the Texas A&M University Engineering Academy are handled separately by Houston Community College and Texas A&M University. Students are billed by each institution based on the number of credit hours taken, respectively. 

Aid, Grants and Scholarships

While a student is coenrolled in the academy, their Texas A&M record will be displayed as non-degree seeking. All aid/grants and scholarships will be awarded solely from Houston Community College. Once the student earns entry to a major and is transitioning to the Texas A&M campus, their Texas A&M record is updated from non-degree-seeking to degree-seeking. Here is some guidance for students seeking to apply for aid, grants and/or scholarships:

  • Year prior to enrolling in the academy: Students should apply for grants, financial aid and scholarships through Houston Community College for the upcoming academic year.
  • Year one and year two while coenrolled in the academy: Students should apply for grants, financial aid and scholarships through Houston Community College and Texas A&M for the upcoming academic year. While coenrolled, Houston Community College will award any eligible aid or scholarships. However, it is still recommended that students submit the applications to Texas A&M in preparation of transitioning to Texas A&M the following fall or spring term. The Texas A&M financial aid and scholarship applications on file will be reviewed after the student’s Texas A&M record is updated to degree-seeking.  

Hazlewood Exemption for Veterans

Students must be fully admitted and degree-seeking to qualify for the Hazelwood Exemption at Texas A&M University. Students enrolled in engineering academies are considered non-degree seeking and do not qualify for the Hazlewood Exemption until fully transitioned to a College Station engineering major.

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