Aug 19, 2016
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Hi SDN!

I'm new here and am a senior in college. I plan on applying to dental school post grad, but am going to be taking a year off first (I chose the dental path a little late, so I'll be doing a post-bacc program to get my pre-reqs done). My question is- I currently live in Minnesota and am going to be moving to Colorado a couple of months before I'll be applying to dental school there (I plan on living there permanently post dental school grad). Would they consider me an in-state applicant? I'm sure it depends on quite a few factors, but I know Colorado favors in-state students.

Thanks!
 

mroerdh22

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Jun 9, 2015
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I live in Colorado and you cannot claim residency after just a couple of months of living in the state.