Texas Education Code Section 54.241 Paragraph K, line 1 provides a person (veteran, spouse or dependent) who is eligible for benefits under the federal veterans Educational Assistance Act of 2008 or any other federal law authorizing veteran educational benefits, with in-state tuition prices. The person must file with Brookhaven College a letter of intent (out-of-state waiver request) to establish residence in this state. The person resides in this state while enrolled in the institution.
Items Needed to Establish In-State Tuition
1. Completed and signed
Out of State Residency Request Waiver.
2. In-District/County Documentation: One or more of the following documents may be used to establish in-county residency classification provided they meet the correct criteria including listing the student's name and address.
• Most recent utility bill
• Most recent bank/credit card statement
• Lease/rental agreement
• Other official mail such as a medical bill or tax statement that has been mailed within 30 days of enrollment.
No refund for residency changes will be issued after the census date (12th class day).