Going out of town for College... how to gain residency for in state tuition?
I live in Missouri and will be going a half semester here at Community College (CC) taking Gen. Ed classes that will transfer.
I am planning on going to ASU second semester, if I get accepted, but if not I will be going to CC down in Arizona just because I want to move out and get on my own.
My question is this, and I did email ASU (tried calling but closed already) just hoping for a quicker response here, if I have family in Phoenix and say I am living them is that all I need to gain in state tuition or would I have to live there (even regardless of family) for some time and work there to gain residency? If so any idea on the time?
It is different from state to state, but in many it's more than just living there for college. You have to actually prove that you are living there to live there, not just because you want to go to college there. If moving out on your own is that important look to a private college that does not have different rates or an in-state one that is farther away. You can move out on your own 20 feet down the street
LOL come out to michigan and open one up. There's only one Taco Bell around here and the food there is...less than satisfactory. If you just want to move out to Arizona there are quite a few schools out there, maybe a different one would be a better fit, either that or start looking at loans and debt for a while.
I live in Arizona , and I believe you need to live here a year b4 you can be considered a resident. Move on over , get a job - take a few classes at a community college. After a year apply for residency and goto ASU. Also contact ASU admin office there may be other options or scholarships that can offset out of state tuition costs.
As for a taco shop - got lots of competition here. My favs are Philibertos and Armandos.
"University of" schools tend to be the best school (public) in the state.
"Statehere State University" tend to be the second best school in the state.
Schools with a direction IE Western Michigan University tend to be the third, and once you add more directions and weird things to the name, they tend to go down hill from there. Although, there are a few exceptions.