Which Texas schools receive the least state student aid?


SW School of Business and Technical Careers-Cosmetology, Southern Careers Institute-Harlingen and Culinary Institute Inc reported receiving the least state financial aid during the 2018-19 academic year among Texas schools, according to an analysis of federal data.

The analysis is based on data reported annually to the U.S. Department of Education.

Texas schools receiving smallest share of state student aid

Rank
School
City
Enrollment
Number receiving aid
Total amount
Average aid per student
1
SW School of Business and Technical Careers-Cosmetology
Antonio
17
3
$3,980
$1,327
2
Southern Careers Institute-Harlingen
Harlingen
333
4
$4,500
$1,125
3
Culinary Institute Inc
Houston
339
3
$4,950
$1,650
4
SW School of Business and Technical Careers
Pass
46
4
$5,650
$1,413
5
Messenger College
Euless
45
3
$6,482
$2,161
6
Southern Careers Institute-Pharr
Pharr
472
3
$9,461
$3,154
7
Remington College-North Houston Campus
Houston
448
7
$14,512
$2,073
8
Parker University
Dallas
1,435
5
$16,740
$3,348
9
Concorde Career College-Grand Prairie
Prairie
835
3
$16,846
$5,615
10
Remington College-Fort Worth Campus
Worth
474
11
$17,006
$1,546

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Concorde Career College-Grand Prairie Culinary Institute Inc Messenger College Parker University Remington College-Fort Worth Campus Remington College-North Houston Campus Southern Careers Institute-Harlingen Southern Careers Institute-Pharr SW School of Business and Technical Careers SW School of Business and Technical Careers-Cosmetology

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