How to Apply for Military Education Benefits
VA Chapter Benefits
The Hazlewood Exemption
Note: Students in self-supporting programs do not qualify the Hazlewood Exemption (per Texas Education Code Sec. 54.2002/Sec. 54.545). Because these programs are not supported with State funds, students cannot receive any State waivers or exemptions. The following TAMU programs are currently considered self-supporting: School of Law- Distance Education Master of Jurisprudence (M.Jur.) and Master of Laws (LL.M.), Aggie ACHIEVE, programs at the TAMU Washington D.C. site, programs at the Qatar site.
Additionally, students must be fully admitted and degree-seeking to qualify for the Hazlewood Exemption at Texas A&M University. Students enrolled in Engineering Academies are considered non-degree seeking and do not qualify for the Hazlewood Exemption until fully transitioned to a College Station engineering major
Priority due dates for document submission
Fall - August 1
Spring – December 1
Summer - May 1
Note: Eligible students have until the last day of a semester to turn in all documentation. Billing dates for charges remain the same.
Notice: In an effort to protect your confidential and personally identifiable information (i.e. social security number, tax information), Scholarships & Financial Aid accepts documents submitted via document upload in the Financial Aid Portal. Documents may not be submitted via email. Please include your UIN on all of the documents submitted.