Welcome to the Dallas County Promise Path form! Thank you for your interest in the Dallas County Promise student program. The Promise Path form is now closed and will re-open for 2024-2025 high school graduates on September 1, 2024.


Students who completed their Promise Path form have until February 15, 2024 (for UNT), March 1, 2024 (for MSU, TWU, TAMUC), April 1, 2024 (for UNT Dallas, UTA) or May 1, 2024 (for Dallas College) to (1) submit a fall 2024 admission application to a Dallas County Promise partner college through ApplyTexas.org and (2) submit the 2024-2025 FAFSA or TASFA and list the Dallas County Promise partner college(s) you are considering. The deadline for Promise-bound students to register for fall 2024 classes is August 1, 2024. Please note that some Dallas County Promise partner college have earlier deadlines. Visit DallasCountyPromise.org for deadlines and requirements by partner.


The Dallas County Promise last-dollar grant covers your cost of classes (tuition) after other grants and scholarships are applied, and connects you with dedicated support staff to help you navigate and succeed in your college experience. The grant does not cover any other costs such as room and board, books/supplies, meals, transportation, etc. All Dallas County Promise program information will be sent to the email you list in your Promise Path form.


Please email Student.Success@dallascountypromise.org if your information changes, and visit www.DallasCountyPromise.org for more information on the scholarship program and support resources.


Promise Path Information

1. Dallas County 2024 graduates attending participating high schools complete their Promise Path form by February 1. Graduating high school seniors who do not complete their Promise Path form by February 1 will not be eligible for the Dallas County Promise Grant. Additionally, students must attend a participating high school for their full senior year and qualify for in-state tuition.

2. The Dallas County Promise Path form is non-binding. Students completing the Promise Path form are not committing to attend a Promise Partner college. You may not be 100% sure where you want to attend college at this time - that is ok, we know your path changes! Complete your Promise Path form to ensure you have the option of having your tuition covered by a Promise Partner college, and then choose the post-high school path that is best for you.

3. This is a student form for graduating seniors at participating high schools. Please do not use your parent/legal guardian's name in the student information for your Promise Path form. Each Promise Path form will require an unique, personal (not school issued) student email address. If you are a parent or guardian supporting two or more graduating seniors, each student must submit their own Promise Path form using a different e-mail address.