p_r wrote:byron2008 wrote:Macktack, I just spoke to admissions and they told me that I am still not considered a resident, even though LSUS considers me one. They are sending me a residency appeal form. I highly doubt I will attend if I can't get in-state tuition, I really wish I had known about this before I applied.
Is this the post you're referring to, macatak? If so, my request still stands.
Edit: where exactly is the post about working full time? I can't find it.
Yeah, that's the post.
Here's some other info from the other LSU thread:
"The University's residency requirements are based off of this:
I was told if my residency status changes, my scholarship would decrease to the value of in-state tuition proportionately. For example, if you have a 3/4 scholarship with out-of-state tuition and then change to in-state tuition rates, your scholarship will change to be 3/4 scholarship of in-state tuition.
I got this information from the LSU adcom's office recently because i was wondering the same exact things as yall."
Yeah I can't find the full time job reference in either thread. Must have been a PM between me and someone else (I delete my PMs...can't go back).
If you can satisfy this requirement, you have a chance IMO:
"The individual’s physical presence within this state for one year must be associated with substantial
evidence that such presence was with the intent to maintain a Louisiana domicile."
This would seem next to impossible to satisfy unless lets say you have a job or own a house or something to that effect. If I were you I'd call LSU Admissions on Monday to clarify, they can probably give you a better answer over the phone.