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Do Oregon And Washington State Have Residency Reciprocity For Getting In-state Rates For College?

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Do Oregon And Washington State Have Residency Reciprocity For Getting In-state Rates For College?

Postby Delany » Sun Feb 28, 2016 12:31 pm

I heard a little rumor that if you lived in Oregon, you could go to college in Washington state as if you were a Washington resident, getting in-state tuition there... or vice versa. I can't seem to find anything about this online, though, so it may just be a rumor.
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Do Oregon And Washington State Have Residency Reciprocity For Getting In-state Rates For College?

Postby Moesen » Mon Feb 29, 2016 10:05 am

Reciprocity QuestionsThe University of Washington does not have reciprocity agreements with neighboring states for undergraduate, graduate, dental, pharmacy, or law students. There is a reciprocity program for medical students as described below.Individual community colleges and four-year universities within the Idaho and Oregon border regions may, at their discretion, offer residency rates to border state students; please inquire with the school of choice about tuition rates as Idaho or Oregon students.There are exchange programs available for students who retain residency in their home state. The UW Residence Classification Office is NOT involved in any way with these programs. For information on these programs, students should consult the following websites: * Undergraduate students: Western Undergraduate Exchange(WUE) -- a program of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education(WICHE) * Medical students: Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, Idaho(WWAMI)
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Do Oregon And Washington State Have Residency Reciprocity For Getting In-state Rates For College?

Postby Kesegowaase » Mon Feb 29, 2016 10:54 pm

I heard a little rumor that if you lived in Oregon, you could go to college in Washington state as if you were a Washington resident, getting in-state tuition there... or vice versa. I can't seem to find anything about this online, though, so it may just be a rumor.
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Postby Akub » Tue Mar 01, 2016 3:11 am

newfietom said: 1 I went to college in a town right on the PA/NY border. There were three or four schools within a 30-mile radius and they each extended in-state rates to residents of the counties in which the schools were located. I don't know if they still do that, but I doubt it would be something they'd make widely known except within that area. So, my recommendation would be to contact some schools that are close to the border. Good Luck. 81 months ago
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Do Oregon And Washington State Have Residency Reciprocity For Getting In-state Rates For College?

Postby Hildebrand » Tue Mar 01, 2016 4:34 pm

A Non-Resident Student is Defined as an Individual Who * Is independent and has not established a domicile in Washington primarily for purposes other than educational at least twelve months prior to application; * OR * Is a dependent whose parent or legal guardian has not been a legal resident of Washington for at least a year prior to application.In determining independence, factors considered include the preceding year's income tax returns of the student and/or his or his parents or legal guardian(an applicant must demonstrate sufficient income to prove independence) and the length of time the student has lived independently from parents.A non-resident student enrolled for more than six hours per quarter is considered as having come to the state primarily for educational purposes unless he/she can prove establishment of domicile in this state for purposes other than educational.The term "domicile" is a person's true, fixed and permanent home and place of habitation. It is the place where one intends to remain. the burden of proof that a student, parent, or guardian has established a domicile in Washington primarily for purposes other than educational rests with the student.Effective July 1, 2003, Washington state law made certain students who are not permanent residents or citizens of the United States eligible to pay resident tuition rates. Read more about the Washington State Higher Education Residency.
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Postby Primeiro » Thu Mar 03, 2016 6:44 am

maggo said: 2 Ask the school, eh? 81 months ago
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Postby Chazaya » Fri Mar 04, 2016 5:09 am

Students who are residents of WICHE states are eligible to request a reduced tuition rate of 150% of resident tuition at participating two- and four-year college programs outside of their home state. The WUE reduced tuition rate is not automatically awarded to all eligible candidates. Many institutions limit the number of new WUE awards each academic year, so apply early! WICHE states include: Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington, Wyoming.http://wiche.edu/wueHope this helps.   helpful101 67 months ago http://wiche.edu/wue
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Postby Machk » Sun Mar 06, 2016 5:57 am

I went to college in a town right on the PA/NY border. There were three or four schools within a 30-mile radius and they each extended in-state rates to residents of the counties in which the schools were located. I don't know if they still do that, but I doubt it would be something they'd make widely known except within that area. So, my recommendation would be to contact some schools that are close to the border. Good Luck.
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Postby Joshua » Wed Mar 09, 2016 4:07 pm

Only for medical students, though some colleges have special deals for Oregon and Idaho residents. Reciprocity QuestionsThe University of Washington does not have reciprocity agreements with neighboring states for undergraduate, graduate, dental, pharmacy, or law students. There is a reciprocity program for medical students as described below.Individual community colleges and four-year universities within the Idaho and Oregon border regions may, at their discretion, offer residency rates to border state students; please inquire with the school of choice about tuition rates as Idaho or Oregon students.There are exchange programs available for students who retain residency in their home state. The UW Residence Classification Office is NOT involved in any way with these programs. For information on these programs, students should consult the following websites: * Undergraduate students: Western Undergraduate Exchange(WUE) -- a program of the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education(WICHE) * Medical students: Washington, Wyoming, Alaska, Montana, Idaho(WWAMI) Sources: http://www.washington.edu/students/reg/residency/reciprocity.html newuser8784370 81 months ago Please sign in to give a compliment. Please verify your account to give a compliment. Please sign in to send a message. Please verify your account to send a message.
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Postby Merrion » Thu Mar 10, 2016 1:55 am

Residency Information A Non-Resident Student is Defined as an Individual Who * Is independent and has not established a domicile in Washington primarily for purposes other than educational at least twelve months prior to application; * OR * Is a dependent whose parent or legal guardian has not been a legal resident of Washington for at least a year prior to application.In determining independence, factors considered include the preceding year's income tax returns of the student and/or his or his parents or legal guardian(an applicant must demonstrate sufficient income to prove independence) and the length of time the student has lived independently from parents.A non-resident student enrolled for more than six hours per quarter is considered as having come to the state primarily for educational purposes unless he/she can prove establishment of domicile in this state for purposes other than educational.The term "domicile" is a person's true, fixed and permanent home and place of habitation. It is the place where one intends to remain. the burden of proof that a student, parent, or guardian has established a domicile in Washington primarily for purposes other than educational rests with the student.Effective July 1, 2003, Washington state law made certain students who are not permanent residents or citizens of the United States eligible to pay resident tuition rates. Read more about the Washington State Higher Education Residency. Sources: http://seattlecentral.edu/admissions/residency.php nraja27 81 months ago Please sign in to give a compliment. Please verify your account to give a compliment. Please sign in to send a message. Please verify your account to send a message.
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