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I will be applying to dental schools soon, and I would like to know which public schools allow the non-residents to have in-state tuition after 1 year of residence. Thanks!

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Dentalist said:
I will be applying to dental schools soon, and I would like to know which public schools allow the non-residents to have in-state tuition after 1 year of residence. Thanks!

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UNLV, half year of residence.
 

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Dentalist said:
I will be applying to dental schools soon, and I would like to know which public schools allow the non-residents to have in-state tuition after 1 year of residence. Thanks!

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I believe UMKC does its best to help students establish residency and let them have the in-state tuition after a year or so...

Although, I don't think they take all that many out-of-staters to begin with.
 

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I can tell you that U Mich do NOT change out of state students to in state status for the entire period you study there.
 
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