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Hi SDN vets,
I'm starting to research schools for the 2008 cycle and I was wondering which schools let you get instate tuition after one year? Thanks
 
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I was wondering this too...

I have heard that the California schools are like this, at least some of them (UCSF, UoP?), but I am not 100% sure on this.

Are all schools in Cali like this?
 

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Ohio State and UNC both let you get in-state tuition after a year. If you are married and your spouse works full-time then you can get in-state at ohio state all four years.
 

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Anybody know about Pittsburgh and Minnesota?
 

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You can try at pitt but its not likely to happen they said once and a while someone lucks out
 

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No one knows about the California schools?
 

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CU Denver - They did allow you to pay in-state after your first year, up to last year. Now for out of state it is in-state tuition plus an out of state fee of about 28K/year.
 

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The state schools, UCSF and UCLA, offer in-state status to those who qualify after the first year. UoP and USC are private schools so they dont offer in-state to anyone. Hope that helps
 

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UMDNJ... they let u pay in state tuition from the first year.. all u need do is to get NJ drivers license.
 

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No one knows about the California schools?

ucla and ucsf are the only public schools in ca, and yes after 1 year, you can esablish ca residency. it saves about 12 grand a year compared to out of state.
 

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i did a little research and i hear temple used to offer instate after one year. do they still do it?
 

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ucla and ucsf are the only public schools in ca, and yes after 1 year, you can esablish ca residency. it saves about 12 grand a year compared to out of state.

pescado said:
The state schools, UCSF and UCLA, offer in-state status to those who qualify after the first year. UoP and USC are private schools so they dont offer in-state to anyone. Hope that helps

Thanks guys. Appreciate it.
 
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