[FRIENDLY REMINDER] Texas Tuition Promise Fund Enrollment Ends Feb. 28

She’s Thinking About Tomorrow. Are You?

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Are you looking for an affordable way to save for a child’s higher education? The Texas Tuition Promise Fund® — the state’s prepaid college tuition plan — could be the answer for your child or someone you know. There’s no better time to discover the program because this enrollment period is open through Feb. 28, 2018. (Enrollment for children younger than 1 is open through July 31, 2018.)

Start Your Promise Today

The tax-advantaged Texas Tuition Promise Fund is designed to help families lock in today’s prices for tomorrow’s tuition and school-wide required fees at Texas public colleges and universities. Tuition units purchased in the plan may be used for all or a portion of these costs, and our flexible payment options fit almost any budget.

Learn More & Enroll Now

Go to TuitionPromise.org to learn about the program and give the gift of college to someone you love. Use our online tuition calculator to find out how many semesters of higher education your contributions could purchase.

You can contact us via email or at 800-445-GRAD (4723), Option 5, for additional information.

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Purchasers should carefully consider the risks, administrative fees, service and other charges and expenses associated with the contracts, including Plan termination and decreased transfer or refund value. The Plan Description and Master Agreement contains this and other information about the Plan and may be obtained by visiting the website or calling the toll-free number above. Purchasers should read these documents carefully before purchasing a contract. Participation in the Texas Tuition Promise Fund does no guarantee admission to or graduation from any college or university.

Comments or complaints: Comments or complaints may be forwarded to the Prepaid Higher Education Tuition Program, Office of the Comptroller of Public Accounts at P.O. Box 13407, Austin, Texas, 78711-3407, or by calling 512-936-2064. 


Source: Texas Comptroller

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