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Exemption for the Surviving Spouse and Dependent Children of Certain Deceased Public Servants

The Exemption for the Surviving Spouse and Dependent Children of Certain Deceased Public Servants is a Tuition Waiver sponsored by Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

Award Information:

Amount of Tuition Waiver: tuition and mandatory fees; books; room and board (if eligible)
Requirements: Applicant must be a Texas resident who is the dependent spouse or child of a deceased public servant, and must be attending a Texas public college or university.
Eligibility: Other

Sponsorship provided by:

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
Student Service Division, P.O. Box 12788, Capitol Station
Austin, TX 78711-2788
USA
Email Address: grantinfo@thecb.state.tx.us
Phone Number: 512 427 6340/ 800 242 3062
Fax Number: 512 427 6420
http://www.collegefortexans.com

You can find out more by contacting:


College financial aid office

It is important to search for the background of the tuition waiver. Your best chance of success comes from first understanding the qualifications and knowing if you fulfill them. A good first step is to figure out the particular aims of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and their goals for the Exemption for the Surviving Spouse and Dependent Children of Certain Deceased Public Servants. After making sure you satisfy the prerequisites, you should determine if there is any likelihood of actually getting the tuition waiver. Upon determining that you have a decent shot of going on to be a recipient of the Exemption for the Surviving Spouse and Dependent Children of Certain Deceased Public Servants, then you should put forth the effort to apply.

A crucial aspect of applying for the tuition waiver is paying close attention to the application. Occasionally the process can be time consuming and tiresome, but it is absolutely critical that the forms are filled out properly and without omission. It would be awful to get passed over because of some minor point.

After filing, it's important to know when the Exemption for the Surviving Spouse and Dependent Children of Certain Deceased Public Servants confers the award and distributes the resources so you'll be aware of whether or not you will be able to count on the tuition waiver to help meet the expenses associated with school and what assistance it will provide, you might have to follow certain conditions in what can be paid with the Exemption for the Surviving Spouse and Dependent Children of Certain Deceased Public Servants. Increasingly, it is tough to be able to handle the expenses associated with school, and obtaining the Exemption for the Surviving Spouse and Dependent Children of Certain Deceased Public Servants to defray some of the costs can make things much easier. If you don't end up getting the Exemption for the Surviving Spouse and Dependent Children of Certain Deceased Public Servants, don't give up, there are other tuition waivers for which you can apply.

Last Updated: 12/18/2015

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