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To request information or apply for any federal (VA, GI Bill®) or state (Texas Hazlewood Act) education benefit follow the link below.
Military Connected Benefits and Information Requests
In-State Tuition for Veterans
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 Dallas College a letter of intent (out-of-state waiver request) to establish residency in this state. The person must reside in this state while enrolled in the institution (college).
Items Needed To Establish In-State Tuition
- Completed and signed Out-of-State Residency Waiver request
- In-District/County Documentation: One or more of the following documents may be used to establish in-county residency classification as long as 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
Be aware that Dallas County limits and Dallas city limits are
not the same. It is entirely possible to live outside of Dallas County yet still have a Dallas city address.
No refund for residency changes will be issued after the census date (12th class day).