Have questions about the federal or state student aid programs, or TG services? Contact TG Customer Assistance at (800) 845-6267 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want a helpful resource on admissions and financial aid? The Texas Financial Aid Information Center (TFAIC) is a free public service available to all Texas students and families wanting to pursue a higher education.
You may also reach TFAIC representatives via email at TXFinAidInfo@tgslc.org.
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TG maintains the AIE website to provide students and families with helpful college planning advice, financial aid information, and career guidance.
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In your busy schedule, you may not have the time to create reference materials for your students from scratch. Fortunately, TG has developed many items for you to share with your students, or use in your daily work, on a variety of topics of interest.
TG's Adventures In Education website contains a page with numerous handouts to help students prepare for college. These include a high school course planner, a college campus visit checklist, a letter of recommendation request form, and other useful resources.
You can provide these directly to students, or you can use them as building blocks or inspiration for handouts you would like to build or customize on your own.
TG has created several guides on various needs that you must meet on an ongoing basis. These include: