Committee and Purpose
Texas Educational Opportunity Grants (TEOG)
In anticipation of the passage of the House version of HB 1 which contains two separate budget strategies for TEOG, one for community colleges and one for technical and state colleges, the THECB will establish a Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on TEOG for Community Colleges and a Negotiated Rulemaking Committee on TEOG for Technical and Lamar State Colleges. The allocation methodologies (emergency rules) developed by these negotiated rulemaking committees (NRMC) upon reaching consensus will be recommended to the Board for adoption on June 24 and will affect the FY16 allocations. These NRMCs are contingent on passage of the two separate budget strategies in the House version of HB 1. Should a single budget strategy ultimately be adopted by the Legislature, NRMCs will not be convened and the allocation methodology adopted by the THECB in January 2015 will be used for FY16 allocations.
Notices of Intent (NOI) to engage in negotiated rulemaking were published in the May 22 edition of the Texas Register; 10-day public comment period expires June 1.
B-On-Time (Private Institutions)
B-On-Time (Tuition Set-Asides)
Exemptions Relating to HB 5 College Prep Courses
Primary Care Innovation Grant Program
Resident Physician Expansion Program
Texas College Work Study (TCWS)
Texas Educational Opportunity Grant (TEOG)
Texas Success Initiative (TSI)
Toward EXcellence, Access and Success (TEXAS) Grant
Tuition Equalization Grant (TEG)