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Education Aide Exemption

The Education Aide Exemption is a Tuition Waiver sponsored by Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

Award Information:

Amount of Tuition Waiver: Average: $692, Tuition and mandatory fees (other than class and lab fees)
Application Deadline: June 1; November 1; April 1
Requirements: Applicant must be a Texas resident, and must attend a Texas public college or university. Applicant must have been working in the classroom with students for at least one full year out of the past five years as an educational aide, or have been a subsitute teacher with at least 180 days experience in the past five years, and must demonstrate financial aid.
Eligibility: Other

Sponsorship provided by:

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Student Service Division, P.O. Box 12788, Capitol Station
Austin, TX 78711-2788
Email Address:
Phone Number: 512 427 6340/ 800 242 3062
Fax Number: 512 427 6420

You can find out more by contacting:

College financial aid office

You should always spend time looking into the latest information on the tuition waiver. Your best chance of success can be attained by initially researching the prerequisites and making sure you meet them. A good first step is to be aware of the potential motivations of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and their goals for the Education Aide Exemption. Once that is done, figure out if there is any likelihood of being awarded the tuition waiver. Upon determining that you have a decent shot of going on to be one of the winners of the Education Aide Exemption, then you should use your time.

A crucial aspect of applying for the tuition waiver is paying close attention to the application. Occasionally the process can be drawn-out and laborious, but take the time to make sure that you fill out the application correctly and completely. Avoid mistakes that might make you miss out because of carelessness.

After the required forms have been mailed, you should note when the Education Aide Exemption confers the award and distributes any funds in order to know whether or not you will be able to count on the tuition waiver to provide additional support for any bills associated with your education and how it will help you out, you might have to follow certain conditions on what bills you can pay with the Education Aide Exemption. Recently it has become more burdensome to take care of the expenses associated with school, and being awarded the Education Aide Exemption to defray some of the costs can provide significant support. Even if you don't obtain the Education Aide Exemption, don't give up, you might find new tuition waivers that you can hopefully get.

Last Updated: 12/18/2015


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