HB 573 Gallego
Relating to a TEXAS grant pilot project to provide incentives for students to
attend certain underutilized public institutions of higher education.
HB 587 Kleinschmidt
Relating to eliminating the set-aside of a portion of designated tuition for
student financial assistance at public institutions of higher education.
HB 1163 Keffer
Relating to tuition and fee exemptions at public institutions of higher
education for certain peace officers and firefighters.
HB 1339 Lyne
Relating to the student fees for the university center at Midwestern State
HB 1521 Otto
Relating to re-creating the scholarship trust fund for fifth-year accounting
students as a trust fund outside the treasury.
HB 1839 Phillips
Relating to excluding a provider of recreational classes that do not lead to
an educational credential from regulation as a career school or college.
HB 2036 Hochberg
Relating to certain competitive scholarships at public institutions of higher
HB 2090 Marquez
Relating to a feasibility study regarding the establishment of a dental
school at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center at El Paso.
HB 2339 Gallego
Relating to the authority of Sul Ross State University to offer certain
degree and certificate programs.
HB 2630 Branch
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Relating to the formal recognition of The Texas A&M University System
Health Science Center and to administration of the health institutions and
programs of the system.
HB 2910 Branch
Relating to agreements between the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
and certain organizations for increasing degree completion rates.
HB 2911 Branch
Relating to guaranteed student loans and alternative education loans.
HB 3461 Margo
Relating to the transfer of adult education and literacy programs from the
Texas Education Agency to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
HB 3577 Gonzales,
Relating to eligibility requirements for the Texas Educational Opportunity
HB 3591 Howard,
Relating to the confidentiality of information obtained by a compliance
office of an institution of higher education.
HJR 130 Branch
Meeting requirements of the United States Department of Education concerning
federal student aid by naming private institutions of higher education in the
State of Texas that are authorized to operate educational programs beyond
secondary education, including programs leading to a degree or certificate.