Ranger College is participating in the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s (THECB) Texas Reskilling Support Fund Grant Program. The new program helps Texans affected by COVID-19, including displaced workers needing to gain new skills to re-enter the workforce and to also support students that were unable to complete their pursuit of higher education before receiving a credential.
Ranger College has designated the funds to serve students that previously stopped taking courses and would like to return to the College to complete a certificate or associate degree. Several of the College’s programs are approved for the Grant, and eligible students will receive up to $2500 per semester and can be enrolled either full or part time.
To be eligible, students must:
- Be a Texas resident eligible for in-state tuition;
- Have filed a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This will determine eligibility for federal Title IV aid.;
- Students enrolled in short-term non-eligible Title IV workforce credential programs, but who are otherwise Title IV eligible, may be included;
- Have affirmed they were affected by COVID-19; and
- Have not been enrolled in an accredited postsecondary institution in the previous academic semester or previous six months
Students wishing to enroll for the Fall semester and interested in the program should complete the Reskilling Fund Application.
For more information about the program or how to enroll for Fall classes, contact Ranger College Financial Aid or email@example.com.
Fill out our application to find out if you qualify for the Texas Reskilling Grant.
Our Director of Financial Aid is Mr. Don Hilton. Please call or visit Mr. Hilton’s office in the welcome center for assistance with all financial aid matters at Ranger, and visit the links below to download important documents you’ll need to maximize your financial-aid package.
Director of Financial Aid: Don Hilton
Ranger College, Financial Aid
1240 College Circle
Ranger, TX 76470