|(a) Discontinuation of Eligibility.
(1) Unless granted a hardship provision in accordance
with §22.27 of this title (relating to Hardship Provisions),
an undergraduate student shall no longer be eligible for a TEG as
(A) the fifth anniversary of the first award of a TEG
to the student, if the student is enrolled in a degree or certificate
program of four years or less; or
(B) the sixth anniversary of the first award of a TEG
to student, if the student is enrolled in a degree or certificate
program of more than four years.
(2) A graduate student may continue to receive grants
as long as he or she meets the relevant eligibility requirements of §22.24
and §22.25 of this title (relating to Eligible Students and Satisfactory
Academic Progress respectively).
(b) Other than as described in §22.27 of this
title, if a person fails to meet any of the requirements for receiving
an award as outlined in §22.24 or §22.25 of this title after
completion of any year, the person may not receive a TEG until he
or she completes a semester of at least three-quarter-time enrollment
while not receiving a TEG and meets all the requirements of §22.24
or §22.25 of this title as of the end of that semester.
|Source Note: The provisions of this §22.26 adopted to be effective November 29, 2010, 35 TexReg 10503; amended to be effective June 2, 2014, 39 TexReg 4243; amended to be effective March 4, 2015, 40 TexReg 925; amended to be effective December 5, 2019, 44 TexReg 7381