The Egalitarian

Resources Available to HCC Veterans

Cortney Paxton, Staff Writer

November 25, 2019

It is said that there’s only one percent or less of Americans who step up to serve in the country’s military.  And for these people, going back to school can be commonplace after they’ve completed their service. However, for a veteran, enrolling into school and classes and making sure all documentation...

Hazlewood ruling upsets a Texas tradition

Hazlewood ruling upsets a Texas tradition

Brenda Jacoby

February 13, 2015

“On January 26, 2015, the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas ruled that the requirement that Veterans must have entered service in Texas in order to be eligible to receive the Texas Hazlewood exemption of tuition and fees at public schools (the fixed point residency requirement) was unconstitutional. The office of the Attorney General is currently reviewing the decision and may appeal the ruling. In the interim, current Hazlewood eligibility requirements remain unchanged, except for the individual specifically named in the lawsuit.” - Attorney General’s Office

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