Award displacement happens when receiving one form of financial aid, such as a private scholarship, results in a reduction of other forms of financial aid. This document discusses the best ways to deal with this issue.
The Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts will be hosting public webinars about the Texas College Savings Plans, Prepaid College Tuition Plan and Scholarship Opportunities.
Texas A&M-San Antonio has sparkled during the pandemic, providing students with strong learning options and academic support while continuing to build up its campus. And it doesn't plan on slowing down.
BEF scholarship recipient Alicia Martinez, who died from Covid-19 in January, was presented, posthumously, with he Garland School of Social Works 2021 Honorary MSW Spirit of Social Work Award. Alicia was a graduate of Rapoport Academy in Waco.
The themes flow from Sunday to Saturday in “Tree Of Life,” a recent exterior mural in East Waco, but the people and history contained in it stretch over the decades. Coordinating and arranging that into a unified piece of artwork took Brazos Education Foundation scholar alumni and Waco artists Vincent Thomas and Cade Kegerreis about two months with 10 Waco Independent School District ARTPrenticeship students painting much of it in from October to December.
National data shows just 24% of Texas high school seniors have filled out federal financial aid forms, a nearly 15% decline from the same time last year.
We hope you didn't miss coverage of the Foundation's "Education 4 Everyone" Golf Tournament in the October issue of Waco Today.
Social isolation, health and financial fears, political upheaval and natural disasters are fueling the rising anxiety among college students returning to school online and in-person this fall.
As the fall semester gets underway, college students are reuniting with their friends, getting (re)acquainted with campus and doing what college students often do: partying. But in the time of the coronavirus, as more parties surface university administrators have been quick to condemn — and even berate — the behavior of students.