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question about tuition

GeometryForLifeGeometryForLife 109 replies19 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 128 Junior Member
if im currently an international student (been in Switzerland for the last 3 years) but am a u.s citizen (lived in u.s previously before that), what would my cost be for public colleges?

if i previously lived in texas before moving to switzerland, would i still be eligible for in state tuition?
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  • sybbie719sybbie719 20644 replies1977 discussionsSuper Moderator Posts: 22,621 Super Moderator
    Unless you or your parents are physically living in texas, you will not be eligible for in-state tuition
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  • PurpleTitanPurpleTitan 12656 replies29 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 12,685 Senior Member
    There may be exceptional rules for children of members of the military, but if you aren't, then nevermind.
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  • thumper1thumper1 73033 replies3180 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 76,213 Senior Member
    edited June 11
    if i previously lived in texas before moving to switzerland, would i still be eligible for in state tuition

    Probably not...unless one of your parents resides in Texas now.

    But read the eligibility criteria for instate tuition at Texas public universities for sure.

    Since you currently reside NOT in any U.S. state, it’s very likely that you will be considered an out of state resident for financial aid, and admissions purposes.

    In the following thread from August, you state your residency is Texas...so which is it...

    https://talk.collegeconfidential.com/college-search-selection/2093922-looking-for-matches-any-advice-is-appreciated.html#latest

    Also, did you already apply to and get accepted to college? If so, you should know your Texas status...as it would have needed to be defined on your application. You didn’t graduate from a Texas high school...so that would red flag any attempt at claiming Texas residency.
    edited June 11
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  • SybyllaSybylla 3391 replies34 discussionsRegistered User Posts: 3,425 Senior Member
    Are you more than one person in your posts?
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