In -State Tuition

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jasonc.
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In -State Tuition

Postby jasonc. » Sun Oct 31, 2010 11:54 am

What schools give it to you after your first year?

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Re: In -State Tuition

Postby digitalcntrl » Thu Nov 04, 2010 9:18 pm

jasonc. wrote:What schools give it to you after your first year?


It has nothing to do with the school, it depends on the state and how easily they are willing to consider you a resident. After all they are the ones that will be footing a chunk of the bill if you become in-state.

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Re: In -State Tuition

Postby General Tso » Thu Nov 04, 2010 9:19 pm

all UC schools
Colorado

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Re: In -State Tuition

Postby General Tso » Thu Nov 04, 2010 9:21 pm

digitalcntrl wrote:
jasonc. wrote:What schools give it to you after your first year?


It has nothing to do with the school, it depends on the state and how easily they are willing to consider you a resident. After all they are the ones that will be footing a chunk of the bill if you become in-state.


It's not really like that. In Oregon you can become a resident after your first year (for voting, tax purposes), but to qualify for in-state tuition, you have to have lived there for a certain period of time for non-educational purposes prior to starting school. It's like that in many states.




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