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 Texas A&M University programs are currently considered self-supporting: School of Law - Distance Education Graduate Programs (including Master of Jurisprudence [M.Jur.], Master of Legal Studies [MLG] and Master of Laws [LL.M.]), Law Certificate Programs, 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.