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Did I fill out my residency questions wrong!?

jules888jules888 Registered User Posts: 17 New Member
Please help!
I was checking over my app before submitting it and I realized I had misread the questions about educational background. I'm a high school senior but my school offers dual credit classes through a local community college before school. I'm in two of these classes.
The app says to "Please list all current or previous colleges or universities you have attended or are attending, including college-level correspondence study and dual credit.
Failure to list all institutions will be considered an intentional omission and may lead to forced withdrawal." and i had left it blank.
I've edited this to now include the community college but the next page (about residency and to see if you're eligible for in state status) asks
"Did you attend a public college or university in Texas during a fall or spring term during the 12 months prior to enrolling for the term for which you are applying?"

I mean... I've never properly like gone off to college? I've never even been to the campus because a teacher come to my school. Does technically being enrolled mean I answer yes to this anyways?

Replies to: Did I fill out my residency questions wrong!?

  • TopTierTopTier Registered User Posts: 2,766 Senior Member
    I suggest the relevant question is did you receive CC credit? If so, then -- by whatever arrangement(s) -- you probably were enrolled. Further, I'll wager your GC might know how to resolve this problem, since you're certainly not the first or only student from your high school to do this.
  • jules888jules888 Registered User Posts: 17 New Member
    If I pass the classes, which I won't officially know until June, then I'll receive credit hours for world lit and econ. I'm doing fine in both classes and I dont see myself not passing.
    I think I'll just put yes! Thank you!!
  • jules888jules888 Registered User Posts: 17 New Member
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