Provides tuition assistance to students from other nations of the Western Hemisphere (other than Cuba), who: - Be a native-born citizen and resident of an eligible country - Were born in and are current residents of a nation of the Western Hemisphere other than Cuba or the United States - Intend to return to the eligible country upon completion of the program of study - Not be a dual citizen of an eligible county and the U.S.A. - Have resided in the Western Hemisphere for at least five years - Not be a member of the Communist Party - Have filed a selective service statement of registration status with their institution - Be recommended for exemption by a participating institution that the applicant currently attends or will attend - Have met the basic scholastic requirements for admission to said institution This award is limited only to Texas public colleges and universities. Contact the office of Financial Aid and/or the International Student Affairs Office at your institution for GPA, total number of hours allowed, additional requirements and application. Deadline is March 15
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