**Please don't leave any comments about going to college in my current state. Thank you.**
I am looking at going to community college, and then a 4 year university.. in Washington State.
Here is the residency form for the community college I wish to attend: http://new.shoreline.edu/forms/Washi...cationForm.pdf
Regarding the duties, I will be able to provide documentation of my presence in Washington for 12 months, get my voters registraion card (not quite sure, I am not old enough to vote in my current state), and attach a letter from a future employer.
For the other duties, my questions are:
1. If I do not intend to drive at all, do I not need to get my Washington drivers license and vehicle registration? Or would I need to get those anyway?
2. And, although it does not state it here, I have read that most colleges want you to prove that you are independent and have intentions to stay in the state. I plan on renting and apartment and paying for my tuition all with my own money that I have saved up. However, I think I have to recieve child support from my father until I am out of college. Would that count as money I would be recieveing for college from my parents? In other words, would that count as not being financially independent?
I know these are questions I should probably ask the college itself. This is just my first step. I am still a junior in high school.