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Discussion in 'Optometry' started by basilisk312, Apr 27, 2004.

  1. basilisk312

    basilisk312 Member
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    i know that as an out of state resident atteding suny opt. for the first year that person would pay out of state tuition, and then pay in-state tuition bc you become a resident after 1 yr of living at a place. is that also true for other state colleges???
     
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  3. Rosanna

    Rosanna Not rejected by the CIA
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    At UCBSO, you will pay in-state tuition after becoming a resident of CA (requires 1 year proof of residency).

    - Rosanna
     
  4. cpw

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    this doesn't work in texas.. being a student doesn't count towards residency. You have to work in texas a full year before getting residence.

    But, our school does offer in state tuition and fee waivers for competitive applicants from other states. they've been pushing that big time this year. :D that way out of state and canadian students can pay in state tuition.
     
  5. sammyiu

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    Indiana is not like that. You have to have at least one year of residency in the state without the express intent of attending school. Usually even after you buy a house in the state if you are still a student they still won't give you in-state tuition. They do have contracts with a number of states to give in-state tuition though. But if you have to pay out-of-state it takes tuition from around $9000 a year to closer to $20,000 a year.

    I'm glad that I am in-state! Ouch! :eek:
     
  6. HighlyFanatic

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    *cough* Canadian :cool:
     
  7. Tony.

    Tony. Senior Member
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    yeah,
    basically if you end up in Boston; it wont matter if you're a resident or not, you'll pay the same all the years through.....

    (someone correct me if this has changed recently) .....please .... :laugh:
     
  8. cpw

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    I spelled it right ;) and.. I never capitalize anything online... sorry if i offended the resident Canadian :D
     
  9. J.opt

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    Ohio State is that way too.
     

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