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Seminole16Seminole16 Registered User Posts: 3 New Member
edited July 2012 in Florida State University
If I go into FSU being an ops student, but live in Naples, FL. in the summer, and work there, can I be considered a resident my sophomore year?
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  • SikorskySikorsky Registered User Posts: 5,851 Senior Member
    Let me google that for you

    The upshot is that in Florida, as in most states, you cannot establish residency for purposes of tuition while you are a student. And working over a summer doesn't cut it.
  • SweetheartCrocSweetheartCroc Registered User Posts: 586 Member
    It's very difficult to establish residency in most states these days, unless you've been in the state for a while. That's true almost anywhere these days.

    If you live in parts of Alabama or Georgia, you can get close to in-state tuition at the FSU, Panama City campus.

    Alabama and Georgia Tuition Plan / Tuition & Fees / Admissions & Records / Panama City Campus / FSU - Panama City Campus

    "FSU Panama City tuition for qualifying residents of these designated Alabama or Georgia counties will consist of the Florida in-state tuition for course offerings at the Panama City campus plus $20 per semester hour for undergraduate and graduate courses. "
  • damien1350damien1350 Registered User Posts: 49 Junior Member
    You can claim teeny once you have have lived in florida with valid proof, all you need is two forms of identification. So get a florida drivers license and register your car in florida our get a voters registration in florida. Once those two documents verify that you have had them for a year, then you can claim residency. Somewhat of a hassle but big payoff in the end.

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