Fewer Type I units would be required for a lower priced four-year or two-year school

Fewer Type I units would be required for a lower priced four-year or two-year school

If you choose Type I Tuition Units, 100 units can be redeemed to pay 30 semester hours (two 15-hour semesters) or one academic year of tuition at the most expensive Texas public college or university in the year of redemption.

They do not include course-specific fees such as equipment usage or lab fees, or fees related to your major or year of study. at a college with tuition and schoolwide required fees required feesRequired fees are only those that must be paid by all students as a condition of enrollment in the college or university. They do not include course-specific fees such as equipment usage or lab fees, or fees related to your major or year of study. equal to the Weighted Average weighted average cost”Weighted Average” is calculated according to a formula established by Texas law. The Plan will calculate two Weighted Averages: (1) A Weighted Average cost of undergraduate resident tuition and required fees for four-year public senior colleges or universities in Texas, and (2) a Weighted Average cost of undergraduate resident tuition and required fees at two-year public institutions of higher education in Texas (public junior colleges, public state colleges, and public technical institutes) paid by residents of the taxing jurisdiction of the two-year public institution. Read more