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The purpose of the Texas Be-On-Time Loan program is to provide eligible Texas students no-interest loans to attend colleges and universities in Texas. If the student meets specified goals, the entire loan amount can be forgiven upon graduation.

The Texas Be-On-Time Loan is a great program and students are encouraged to participate in the program. For more information visit the TWU Financial Aid Student Loans guide or visit the official Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board website at: HH

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has revised its practice of forgiving B-On-Time (BOT) loans based on the number of credit hours that a student attempts.Forgiveness will be based on the number of credit hours shown on an official transcript that a student earns.

For example: a student with a degree program of 120 credit hours earned 124 credit hours but attempted 130 credit hours. This student will be forgiven under the six hour provision in the BOT statute. There is no change to the primary BOT time-to-degree forgiveness requirement.

page updated 4/14/2014 2:16 PM

Summer & Fall 2014 Early Registration Dates:

Grade Level/Group


Graduate Students, & Priority Registration Groups

April 01

Seniors & Post-Baccalaureates

April 08

Juniors             April 15
Sophomores  April 22
Freshmen April 29


State Mandated Immunization Requirement

Effective January 1, 2012, Texas law requires that all new and transfer college students must receive a vaccination or booster against bacterial meningitis.

Students required to have the vaccination or booster will not be able to register for courses until a valid immunization record or exemption document has been provided to the Office of the Registrar or the Office of Admissions Processing 

For more on this requirement, please visit the Meningitis Vaccination page.