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    The 80th Texas legislature created the Top 10% Scholarship to encourage
    students who graduate in the top 10% of their high school class to
    attend a Texas public institution of higher education.

    Typically, if funding is available, qualified students who submit the
    FAFSA or TASFA by a specific deadline, have financial need, and enroll
    fulltime in a Texas public college or university in the fall semester,
    MAY BE eligible to receive an award.

    Funding for initial awards is not available for the 2018-2019 academic
    year calendar.

    FAFSA or TASFA must be processed and cannot be in a REJECT status;
    a Student Aid Report (SAR) for the student must be on file at the
    college or university.

    Students will be notified on their financial aid award notification
    received from the college to which they apply.  For more information,