Do any of you guys happen to know about out-of-state residency and getting in-state tuition for the second and third years in Florida? It impacts my decision tremendously, so I'd like to know if any of you guys know about this.
Quote from: BigOleBlue on February 27, 2008, 07:50:12 PMDo any of you guys happen to know about out-of-state residency and getting in-state tuition for the second and third years in Florida? It impacts my decision tremendously, so I'd like to know if any of you guys know about this.I read this just today on the student boards--"There's a list on the UF website on how to get instate tuition, but basically, change your drivers license, insurance and registration, bank accounts, declare domicile at the county courthouse of alachua, and register to vote. Make sure you do it at least 360 days before the first day of your second year. From there it's all just paperwork, and it's pretty automatic to get residency."Hope that helps!
Can you elaborate on getting in-state tuition after your first year? I cannot afford to attend otherwise. I contacted the law school registrar, and she really had no idea. She transferred me to The University Registrar, who also really didn't know. She said itís handled on a case by case basis, and referred me to the website facts.org, which made it sound like I can only get in-state if I attend less than full time and work full-time my first year. However, this is not what FSU said. Please help, my dream is to attend UF, but I am so confused. I will live off campus for 12 months prior to the first day of my second year, will switch all my accounts and documents as mentioned above, and will claim domicile. Is this enough?
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