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Can I pay in-state tuition?

jimmydpjimmydp Registered User Posts: 6 New Member
I was formally a resident of Texas until sophomore year in high school, where I lived with my mom.. My mom is still a resident of Texas and will remain there. I moved to California for my junior and senior year, I was looking into Texas A&M and I was wondering if I was eligible for in-state tuition since I was a resident and my mom is a resident of Texas

Replies to: Can I pay in-state tuition?

  • T26E4T26E4 Registered User Posts: 24,274 Senior Member
    You need to look at each school's policy (yes, even within the state, they differ). Don't post that vital question here -- you need to spend time reading the exact particulars of each of your target TX schools.
  • collegevettingcollegevetting Registered User Posts: 1,175 Senior Member
    Texas A&M has good merit aid and if you satisfy their stats you might get a good tuition break, regardless.
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