Operation Degree Completion Grant

helps students complete degrees in North Texas

Photo of graduation students wearing blue regaliaThanks to Governor Abbott’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Fund, three North Texas higher education institutions have teamed up to pay tuition and fees for hundreds of students who can come back and complete their degree. These colleges include: Collin College, North Cental Texas College and University of North Texas.

To qualify, Collin College students must:

1. Not be presently enrolled at Collin College.
2. Be one semester (15 hours or less from graduation) and be able to take remaining courses in one semester.
3. Be able to graduate by fall 2023.
4. Be willing to accept free grant aid that you don’t have to pay back to help you graduate!

This grant program ends on August 15, 2023.

Contact us to learn more

Collin College Kathleen Hudgins khudgins@collin.edu
North Central Texas College Donna Uptergrove duptergrove@nctc.edu
University of North Texas Brenda Kihl brenda.kihl@unt.edu

Each institution may have differing administrative and qualification procedures. The best way to find out if you qualify is to reach out to the contact at the institution you will be completing your credential.

Funding is limited and will be distributed to qualified applicants on a first come, first serve basis.