As colleges and universities are forced to do more with less funding, new bills moving through the Texas Legislature may help lessen the expense associated with providing tuition exemptions to Texas veterans and their dependents.
Two companion bills filed this month — Senate Bill 1543 and House Bill 3265 — would allow institutions of higher education to offset the cost of the state’s Hazlewood Act, which provides qualified veterans, spouses and dependent children with up to 150 hours of tuition exemption, including most fees, at public colleges and universities in Texas.
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