Is the price of Georgia State still considered a steal if you are an out of state student? I have heard it isn't guaranteed to obtain in state status. Can anyone comment on this? It would be a big help!
I'm starting to think it's more difficult to get in-state tuition than I had hoped.
Dr. Cheryl George and Financial Aid said something about working before becoming a student.
Deniennne Steele gave me an example of a Tuition Petition, but I don't know if the petition is to counteract what Dr. George/Fin. Aid said about working and etc.
Although I am not attending, it was fairly easy to get in state tuition. I mailed in my husbands job offer with a start date (our marriage certificate, of course. If not married, you can use your job offer.
I also had to include our lease/mortgage showing we live in state, paystub, and a drivers license. Within a week, I received a waiver for the first year, and was basically told at the second year all you need to do is voice your intention of staying in the state.
Best bet, if you pay taxes here, you are a resident. Can't argue with the IRS.