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In-state tuition for out-of-state people
Anyone know the process/general idea of colleges that offer an actual affordable tuition as opposed to a hella high out-of-state tuition?
More specifically the University of Arizona's policy.
Thoughts, ideas, guesses, please.
Earn a scholarship?
Shred the gnar before the gnar shreds you!
get drivers liscence, residency, a job, register to vote, and pay bills in the state you want to go to school
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move in with your auntie and uncle in, Scottsdale
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Pretty sure UofA is not part of the WUE, so you're shit out of luck when it comes to that potential, i guess...
Just about the only thing you can do is move there for a year, wait it out, and then go... otherwise, you're stuck with the full bill... I'm pretty sure Arizona's residency takes a year to get, too... just like anywhere in the west, it seems. this is why I cant go to at least 5 or 6 schools i've been accepted to. sucks rear fucking end.
If I were you, id check out the WUE's website, and go thru your major to see what schools in what states offer the type of programs you're interested in...
or, see if taking online courses through arizona state university would void out your ability to gain residency. that way, you could probably move to arizona, and at least be going to school, somewhat, while you're there... and then when the time comes to go to UofA with residency on board, you can just hop right in with at least a few college credits on your bill.
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