SAN ANTONIO, TX — The University of Texas at San Antonio will announce a new program that will provide a free college education for qualified Texans each year, according to KSAT.
The program, called UTSA Bold Promise, was announced during a press conference at 10 a.m. They said that starting Fall 2020, incoming freshmen from middle and low-income families can have their tuition and fee covers for eight fall/spring semesters in 4 years.
To qualify for the UTSA Bold Promise program, a student must:
This announcement follows UT-Austin's announcement in July that it will fully cover the tuition and fees of students whose families earn up to $65,000 in adjusted gross income a year starting in 2020.