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#50 - 04/26/2004 11:20 AM College State "Residency" confusion
zafrann Offline
Junior Member

Registered: 04/26/2004
Hi, I was wondering if anyone knows anything about Florida college state resiency requirements. I currently work in Illinois but expect to be transfered to Florida in August. Because of this I know that I would become a "resident" of Florida. However, could my wife take classes in the fall as a Florida resident due to her relatioship with me or will she have to wait a year without taking classed to avail herself of the lower tuition fees?

#51 - 04/28/2004 16:11 PM Re: College State "Residency" confusion
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Registered: 12/10/2008
Loc: California
Hi Nick,

The following provides information on residency classification for students according to the Florida Administrative Code:
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