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  • Financial Assistance

  • Tuition and Fees

  • Housing Expenses

  • Residency Regulations
    for Tuition Purposes

  • Residency Regulations for Tuition Purposes

    1.- Introduction
    2.- Residence of Independent Individuals 18 Years of Age or Older
    3.- Reclassification
    4.- Economic Development and Diversification Employees
    5.- Military Personnel, Veterans, and Commissioned Officers of the Public Health Service
    6.- Teachers, Professors, and their Dependents
    7.- Teaching or Research Assistants
    8.- Scholarship Stipend Recipients
    Special Programs:
    9.- Academic Common Market
    10.- Citizens of Mexico
    11.- Residents of New Mexico Counties
    12.- Oath of Residency
    13.- Penalties

    6.- Teachers, Professors, and their Dependents

    Teachers and professors employed at least half-time on a regular monthly salary basis (not as hourly employees) by any Texas public institution of higher education, may pay the same tuition as a resident of Texas for themselves, their spouses, and their dependent children, regardless of the length of residence in the state if the effective date of employment is on or prior to the official census date of the relevant term(s). To be entitled to pay the resident tuition, such employees must submit to the Admissions Office, prior to the time of each enrollment, a statement certifying employment from the director of human resources of the institution of higher education by which he or she is employed. This provision applies to eligible teachers and professors and their dependents no matter which Texas public institution of higher education they may attend.

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