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RULE §21.230 Reasonable Expenses for a Student

Published: 2015

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Reasonable expenses for a student at an eligible institution shall be determined by the commissioner after consultation with representatives of the eligible institution. Lists of reasonable expenses for typical students shall be submitted to the commissioner by the eligible institution prior to April 1 of each year for use in the following summer session and in the following academic year. The lists shall follow the formats prescribed by the commissioner. Each eligible institution may submit as many lists of reasonable expenses as are required to properly reflect the different typical expense categories of students attending the institution. When more than one list is submitted, each list should be labeled so as to identify the category of student to be served by that list. On individual loan applications, the amounts listed for typical students must be adjusted downward when necessary to reflect the circumstances of the applicant. If a listed amount must be increased to
properly reflect the reasonable expenses of an individual applicant, then justification for the increased amount must accompany the individual application with such increased amount subject to approval or disapproval by the commissioner.

Source Note: The provisions of this §21.230 adopted to be effective December 17, 1984, 9 TexReg 6130.