wheatbar wrote:No. My permanent address is out-of-state and has been for a few years. Parents don't live there, but I wasn't sure if they granted in-state status to out-of-state students after enrolling. I know Rutgers - Newark does this even for first years who sign a one year housing contract.
It's a lot harder to become a PA resident than a NJ resident (And it should be, who wants to live in NJ!?!?!
). I do not know a single person who was granted in-state status while enrolled as a student. But I would go ahead and speak with financial aid directly and see what happens.
Honestly, Temple is still a pretty good deal at the out of state price. It's still less than UPenn, Drexel, and Villanova. (Full disclosure, I'm biased, because I'm about to graduate and got the job I wanted)