Exemptions & Waivers
Student Business Services processes the Exemptions and Waivers for Texas Tech University. Click on the links below to see THECB descriptions. TTU requirements are listed under each link. Exemptions and waivers must be turned in to SBS by the 12th class day in Fall/Spring and the 4th class day in summer terms. (OP.62.13)
Please note that exemptions are not considered payment under state payment guidelines. A student who does not yet have the exemption applied to their account may still be subject to cancellation if they fail to meet the state payment requirements.
- Employee Tuition Assistance Program
- Bordering County or Bordering State - 100 Mile Waiver eligibility certification
|Exemptions - (http://www.collegeforalltexans.com/apps/financialaid/tofa.cfm?Kind=E)|
TTU requirement: This program has been discontinued by the State of Texas. However, Texas Tech will continue to honor the Combat Exemption for students already receiving the exemption. To maintain eligibility for the Combat Exemption, the student must maintain continuous enrollment at TTU and provide proof of the service member’s deployment to a combat zone each semester. No new students will be granted the Combat Exemption unless the State of Texas reactivates the program.
The Combat Exemption covers the student’s tuition only. Fees and other incidental charges such as housing, meal and parking charges are the student’s responsibility to pay by the University’s official payment deadlines each semester.
Qualifying proof of deployment includes military orders, pay records or other official documents that indicate the service member is deployed to a combat zone. Students may also request documentation from the National Personnel Records Center at (314) 801-0800 or by writing:Early High School Graduation Scholarship Educational Aide Exemption
This program has been discontinued by the State of Texas. However, Texas Tech will continue to honor the Educational Aide Exemption for students already receiving the exemption. To maintain eligibility for the Educational Aide Exemption, the student must maintain continuous enrollment at TTU and provide proof of employment as an educational aide each semester. No new students will be granted the Educational Aide Exemption unless the State of Texas reactivates the program.Exemption for Highest Ranking High School Graduate Exemption for Peace Officers Disabled in the Line of Duty Exemption for Students under Conservatorship of the Dept. of Family and Protective Services Exemption for the Surviving Spouse and Dependent Children of Certain Deceased Public Servants (Employees) Exemption Program for Clinical Preceptors and Their Children Exemptions for Texas Veterans (Hazelwood Exemption) Military: Exemptions for Texas Veterans (Hazelwood Exemption) Military: Orphans of Texas Members of the U.S. Armed Forces or National Guard Firefighters Taking Fire Science Courses Senior Citizen, 55 or Older, Tuition Reduction Program Senior Citizen, 65 or Older, Free Tuition for 6 Credit Hours TANF Exemption Program (Processed by Third Party Analyst) RA/TA/GPTI Tuition and Fee Exemption
Please see the RA/TA/GPTI Tuition/Fee Assistance page for more information.
|Waivers - (http://www.collegeforalltexans.com/apps/financialaid/tofa.cfm?Kind=W)|
Waiver for College Faculty and TA-RA-GPTIs
Waiver for Dependents of Faculty and RA/GA/TA/GPTIMilitary: Persons Eligible for Veterans Educational Benefits, Their Spouses and Children who Move to Texas