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Fire Fighter Exemption

The Fire Fighter Exemption is a Award sponsored by Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

Award Information:

Amount of Award: tuition and lab fees
Requirements: Applicant must be a Texas resident who is employed as a fire fighter in Texas. Award may be used at Texas public colleges and universities only. Applicant must be enrolled in courses offered as part of a fire science curriculum.
Eligibility: College freshman, College sophomore, College junior, College senior

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

It will help if you thoroughly research the latest information on the other. The best shot of achieving your goal comes from first understanding the qualifications and then determining if you qualify. Before you even begin, seek to understand the particular aims of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and their goals for the Fire Fighter Exemption. If you meet the requirements, make sure there is any likelihood of being awarded the other. If you think that you have a decent shot of actually being one of the winners of the Fire Fighter Exemption, then it is worth it to use your time.

A vital aspect of applying for the other is properly completing the forms. Some forms are drawn-out and boring, but you shouldn't underestimate how important it is that the forms are filled out accurately. Pay careful attention so that you won't get passed over as the result of something that could have been avoided.

After the required forms have been mailed, it's important to know when the Fire Fighter Exemption makes payment of any funds so you'll be aware of whether or not it is possible to count on the other to help meet your financial needs and how it will assist with your future, since there might be constraints on what bills you can pay with the Fire Fighter Exemption. It can be difficult to be able to manage the expenses associated with school, and obtaining the Fire Fighter Exemption as a supplement to your own resources is often invaluable. If you don't end up getting the Fire Fighter Exemption, try not to be upset, there will be alternative others that you can hopefully get.

Last Updated: 12/18/2015


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