Out of state tuition waivers?

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Out of state tuition waivers?

Postby Lindsey4468 » Sun Jan 22, 2012 3:36 pm

Can anyone tell me which schools will offer out of state tuition waivers (getting in state tuition price even though you don't live there yet)? I know some schools do like Texas Tech, but since I've already been admitted there and have lived in Texas my whole life, a waiver is useless.

Heres the ones I've applied to that are public:

Alabama, Arizona State, Arkansas, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia State, Indiana, Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Michigan State, Minnesota, Missouri, New Mexico, Oklahoma.

Thanks in advance!!

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Re: Out of state tuition waivers?

Postby landla » Sun Jan 22, 2012 9:01 pm

I have heard from the school, students, and research that it is apparently wicked easy to get in-state residency and therefore in-state tuition after 1L at UConn. You basically have to show you live there, your car is registered and insured there, and that you aren't a dependent of anyone NOT in Connecticut. (There are a few more items, I think, but they are all along those lines.)

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Re: Out of state tuition waivers?

Postby ks1127 » Mon Jan 23, 2012 5:45 pm

UConn gave me in-state tuition status. It was in the form of a scholarship though, not a waiver.

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Re: Out of state tuition waivers?

Postby checkster » Sun Jan 29, 2012 11:56 am

You can claim in-state in Missouri after you first year very easily. Kansas is very tough.

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