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Texas Prepaid Tuition Program Deadline

(AUSTIN) — Texas families can lock in today’s cost of undergraduate resident tuition and schoolwide required fees at Texas public colleges and universities by enrolling their children in the tax-advantaged Texas Tuition Promise Fund® before the close of the current general enrollment period on Feb. 28.*

“It’s never too early to start planning for a child’s college education,” Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar said. “The Texas Tuition Promise Fund has a range of payment options that gives Texans the flexibility they need to plan and provide future opportunities for their children, grandchildren, and other loved ones. Families will find that when it comes to planning for their children’s future education, every little bit adds up, and starting early can make a difference.”

The Texas Tuition Promise Fund, the state’s prepaid college tuition program, allows participants to prepay undergraduate resident tuition and schoolwide required fees by purchasing tuition units for a four-year degree, two years of community college, or just a few semesters. For additional flexibility and portability, the plan also can be used at Texas medical and dental institutions, Texas private colleges and universities, out-of-state colleges and universities, career schools, and registered apprenticeship programs where tuition and schoolwide required fees are not locked in, and they base the benefits and payouts on the Transfer Value of the units.**

While this general enrollment period ends Feb. 28, they extended it for children younger than one at 2022-23 prices through July 31. The following available enrollment period begins on Sept. 1, with new contract prices based on Texas public college tuition and schoolwide required fee costs for the 2023-24 academic year.

Complete plan information — including residency and other requirements, current prices, enrollment forms, and more — is available online at TuitionPromise.org or by calling 800-445-GRAD (4723), option 5.

The program’s outreach team also offers free webinars that overview the plan, discuss the different tuition unit types and payment options, and provide information about Texas Match the Promise Foundation℠ matching scholarship opportunities.***

Go to the Texas Tuition Promise Fund website for information about how to register to attend upcoming webinars.

* Residency restrictions apply.

** Transfer Value applies to tuition redemption at Texas medical and dental schools, Texas private colleges and universities, out-of-state colleges and universities, career schools, and registered apprenticeship programs. Transfer Value is limited to the lesser of (1) the costs the tuition unit would cover at a public college or university or (2) the original purchase price of the tuition unit plus or minus the plan’s net investment earnings or losses on that amount.

*** Residency restrictions, age requirements, eligibility criteria, household income restrictions, and contribution requirements apply. In addition, match the Promise Foundation scholarships can only be used at Texas public colleges and universities, and you can not utilize Transfer Value.

The Texas Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Board (“Board”) administers the Texas Tuition Promise Fund. Orion Advisor Solutions, Inc. is the plan manager. The Plan and the Board do not provide legal, financial, or tax advice, and you should consult a legal, financial, or tax advisor before participating.

Non-residents of Texas should consider whether their home state, or the beneficiary’s home state, offers its residents any tax or other state benefits such as financial aid, scholarship funds, and protection from creditors that are only available for participants in that state’s plan. 

Participation in the Plan does not guarantee admission to or graduation from any college or university. Only the purchaser may direct redemptions, withdrawals, changes in beneficiary, or other contract changes.

You may lose money by participating in the plan. No part of a contract is a deposit or obligation of or is guaranteed or insured by the Board, the state of Texas, or any agency or agent thereof. The contracts have not been registered with or approved by the SEC or any state. Purchasers should carefully consider the risks, fees, charges, and expenses associated with contracts, including Plan termination and reduced Transfer or Refund Value. The Plan Description and Master Agreement contain this and other information about the plan and may be obtained by visiting TuitionPromise.org or calling 800-445-GRAD (4723), option 5. Purchasers should read the Plan Description, and Master Agreement, and all other Plan documents carefully before purchasing a contract.


* Residency restrictions apply.

** Transfer Value applies to tuition redemption at Texas medical and dental schools, Texas private colleges and universities, out-of-state colleges and universities, career schools and registered apprenticeship programs. Transfer Value is limited to the lesser of (1) the costs the tuition unit would cover at a public college or university, or (2) the original purchase price of the tuition unit plus or minus the Plan’s net investment earnings or losses on that amount.

*** Residency restrictions, age requirements, eligibility criteria, household income restrictions and contribution requirements apply. Match the Promise Foundation scholarships can only be used at Texas public colleges and universities, and Transfer Value cannot be utilized.

The Texas Tuition Promise Fund® (“Plan”) is administered by the Texas Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Board (“Board”). Orion Advisor Solutions, Inc. is the plan manager. The Plan and the Board do not provide legal, financial, or tax advice and you should consult a legal, financial, or tax advisor before participating. 

Non-residents of Texas should consider whether their home state, or the beneficiary’s home state, offers its residents any tax or other state benefits such as financial aid, scholarship funds, and protection from creditors that are only available for participants in that state’s plan. 

Participation in the Plan does not guarantee admission to or graduation from any college or university. Only the purchaser may direct redemptions, withdrawals, changes in beneficiary, or other contract changes. 

You may lose money by participating in the Plan. No part of a contract is a deposit or obligation of, or is guaranteed or insured by, the Board, the state of Texas, or any agency or agent thereof. The contracts have not been registered with or approved by the SEC or any state. Purchasers should carefully consider the risks, fees, charges, and expenses associated with contracts, including Plan termination and reduced Transfer or Refund Value. The Plan Description and Master Agreement contain this and other information about the Plan and may be obtained by visiting TuitionPromise.org or calling 800-445-GRAD (4723), option 5. Purchasers should read the Plan Description and Master Agreement, and all other Plan documents carefully before purchasing a contract.