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Qualifying for In-state tuition
My son is headed to college in 2 years. Don't know where, how, etc. There is no college fund. I and his mother (we are divorced) plan to pay as much as we can afford and rest will have to be covered by loans. I am inclined to push cheaper, public schools and not private schools costing 60K/year. I am also open to the idea of moving myself (I work remotely and it doesn't matter where I live) to the state where my son attends college, only for the purpose of possibly qualifying for in-state tuition after freshman year. Is that even possible? Lets say, he gets admission to Georgia Tech and we pay his freshman year tuition as out-of-state. I move to Atlanta along with him in freshman year. Will he qualify for in-state tuition in the second year onwards? Thanks.19 replies
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