All non-resident students desiring HSLE tuition waivers must submit evidence of HSLE affiliation to the PACS Exemption Application.
This is a one-time application and the nonresident tuition waiver benefit will carry with the student throughout the remainder of his/her academic career. There is no need to resubmit documentation each semester.
|Eligible Persons||Required Documentation|
|Federal Bureau of Law Enforcement Officers||FBI ID Card|
|State Police||State Police ID Card|
|County Sheriff/Police Officers||Country LE ID Card|
|City Police Officers||City LE Card|
|Border Patrol Officers||Border Patrol ID Card|
|Transportation Police Officers||Law Enforcement ID Card|
|US Immigration and Customs Officers||Law Enforcement ID Card|
|US Secret Service Officers||Law Enforcement ID Card|
|Other federal, state or local Law Enforcement officers not listed above||Federal, state, or local LE ID Card|
|Other Homeland Security agencies as deemed appropriate by the Dean/Associate Dean of the college.||Case-by-case basis|
HSLE documentation will be submitted to PACS Exemption Application upon enrollment in your first class.
Course charges will post to student Bursar accounts approximately 10 business days before the start of the term. Students will initially be charged nonresident and resident tuition, as the waiver cannot be processed until after the free add/drop period has ended to ensure schedule accuracy. All nonresident tuition waivers are manually processed the week after the free add/drop period has ended and students can expect to have all adjustments post within five business days. Students may receive a bill for the total cost of tuition and fees from the Office of the Bursar before PACS has processed the forms. This is common and not a cause for alarm — PACS will apply all billing and waivers as soon as possible each semester.