The purpose of this program is to provide a break in tuition charges to students enrolled at two public institutions of higher education at the same time.
NOTE: This webpage is intended to provide basic information for the public by highlighting requirements that appear in the Texas Education Code (TEC) and Texas Administrative Code (TAC). When reviewing eligibility requirements this exemption program, you should always refer to the relevant statutes and rules. The information on this webpage is to be used solely as a resource and does not override the statute or rules for this exemption program. It is not intended as, and does not constitute, legal advice.
- Are concurrently enrolled in more than one public college or university in the state of Texas.
- Enroll in classes for which the college receives tax support (i.e., a course that does not depend solely on student tuition and fees to cover its costs).
Available only for use at a Texas public college or university.
To access listings of Texas public colleges and universities, follow the links to Texas Public Institutions.
Reduced tuition at second institution of enrollment (student pays minimum tuition rate at second institution). No funds may be used to pay tuition for continuing education classes for which the college receives no state tax support.
Notify the registrar or business office of the second college or university in which you are enrolled, and give proof of concurrent enrollment.