The University of Texas at Arlington

Arlington, TX

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The University of Texas at Arlington
701 S. Nedderman Dr.
Arlington, TX 76013
Additional information about senior education here.
Type: 4-year College or University

GENERAL INFORMATION
Available to senior citizens age 65 or older for both undergraduate and graduate course work. Exempt from payment of tuition for a maximum of 6 semester credit hours per semester. Apply for exemption BEFORE registering for classes.
Eligibility: See Texas Education Code SECTION 54.365 and 51.9095.


REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
Must show proof of age and complete application in Admissions Office.

RESTRICTIONS
Students must register during late registration as exemption is limited to space availability. Tuition waived for maximum of 6 hours per semester. Students enrolled in Accelerated Online courses are not eligible for waiver.

TUITION, FEES AND CHARGES
Waived Items:
Designated Tuition

AUTHORIZING DEPARTMENT(S)
Graduate Admissions
UG Admissions

LEGAL REFERENCE
Texas Education Code 54.365

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