Non-Texans in the Military
Tuition for Non-Texans
- If you did not select Texas as your home of record when you entered the service, and
you have not taken steps to change your permanent residence with the military to Texas, you are classified as a Non-Texan for tuition-paying purposes.
- If you are a Non-Texan service member, you, your spouse and your dependent children
must pay the non-resident tuition rate unless you qualify for a waiver under Texas
statutes. For more information about waiver programs, select the program category
that best applies to you.
Non-Texas Tuition Waivers
To apply for a waiver program, you'll need documents from the military showing that
you meet the requirements of the program for which you're applying.
College for All Texans provides Texas residents with a list of waivers and exemptions, including the following:
- If you are stationed in Texas
- During first assignment after Texas
- If family's intent is to make Texas home
- Spouse and dependents who previously lived in Texas
- Honorably discharged or separated veterans
- NATO forces
- Radiological Science students at Midwestern State University
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Updated August 22, 2013