Quantcast

Which schools allow in state tuition after first year?

This forum made possible through the generous support of SDN members, donors, and sponsors. Thank you.

GoHawks18

Full Member
2+ Year Member
Joined
Mar 31, 2017
Messages
97
Reaction score
62
According to my research: UConn, UBuffalo, Ohio, UCSF. Maryland makes you jump through some hoops. There may be more, of course. Can't say I researched them all.
 

Lalibila

Full Member
2+ Year Member
Joined
Dec 28, 2016
Messages
117
Reaction score
107
According to my research: UConn, UBuffalo, Ohio, UCSF. Maryland makes you jump through some hoops. There may be more, of course. Can't say I researched them all.

Everyone says that about Maryland but what does it actually mean? Do they deny a lot of applicants for residency?


Sent from my iPhone using SDN mobile
 

rk1229

Full Member
2+ Year Member
Joined
Jan 20, 2016
Messages
275
Reaction score
195
UNLV I'm pretty sure


Sent from my iPhone using SDN mobile app
 

GBP12

Full Member
2+ Year Member
Joined
May 6, 2015
Messages
176
Reaction score
51
Are you sure about UBuffalo? I thought for NY schools that if your intent was only coming for school you don't get instate?

I called Indiana and they said it's possible but not many do it.
 

umbtoothfairy

Full Member
5+ Year Member
Joined
Feb 19, 2016
Messages
198
Reaction score
194
Maryland is not that difficult if you know what you need to do and plan accordingly. It is mainly a ton of paperwork and getting things laid out.

It is mainly checking off boxes and proving you checked hard enough. Sometimes people are declined; they just appeal and generally get it then if they did what was required
 
Top