Undergraduate Funding Limit
Undergraduate Funding Limit Rule
The Texas Education Code § 54.014 passed legislation on June 18, 2005 that allows an institution of higher education to charge a resident undergraduate student tuition at a higher rate than the rate charged to other resident undergraduate students, not to exceed the rate charged to nonresident undergraduate students, for students that have exceeded a certain number of semester credit hours of funded college work and who have not earned an undergraduate degree.
- Students who are a Texas resident and were enrolled in any Texas public institution BEFORE Fall 1999 are EXEMPT from this rule.
- Students who were enrolled in any Texas public institution between Fall 1999 and Summer 2006 can not attempt 45 credit hours beyond the hours required to complete their degree.
- Students who were enrolled in any Texas public institution Fall 2006 and thereafter can not attempt 30 credit hours beyond the hours required to complete their degree.
Where Can I Get Additional Information?
- Contact your Advisor for information.
- Download the appeal form - Undergraduate Funding Limit Appeal Form
- Steps to Appeal
- Contact Registrar Services Coordinator in the Registrar's Office at 254-968-1830 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
To Contact the Registrar's Office:
Office of the Registrar
Tarleton State University
Box T - 0620
Stephenville, TX 76402
PHONE 254-968-9121 (or) FAX 254-968-9389