Quick VCU Question

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by praying4MD, Sep 30, 2001.

  1. praying4MD

    praying4MD 2K Member

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    The secondary instructions state:
    "You must print the In-state Tuition Form and mail us the completed, signed form."

    Much of the form is dedicated to determining residency status. However, I am not a resident and I am not claiming residency status. Do I still have to complete it and send it in?
     
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    Hey Praying4MD,

    No I don't think you need to complete it if you are not a resident of VA. I didn't send it in either. Since their office has not contacted me about any missing documents, and my file is complete, I am assuimg that everything is ok!
     
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    praying4MD 2K Member

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    Thanks. YES! One more piece of paperwork I can leave undone! It's a bit pathetic when I get so happy about trivial things. :D
     
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    This is funny, I had the exact same question, but kept forgetting to ask it! Even though the instructions say to send in the form, I don't think it is necessary if you don't live in Virginia. So it should be one less form to type. :)
     
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    md2be06 Senior Member

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    If you're not a Virginia resident, you don't need to submit the form. My file is complete without it.
     

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