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MyUCRHelp: Am I eligible for the AB540 nonresident Tuition Exemption?

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Am I eligible for the AB540 nonresident Tuition Exemption?

Answer

Domestic students who, for various reasons, are classified as nonresidents, as well as undocumented students, may be eligible. An example of a potentially eligible nonresident domestic student is one who attended a California High School for three or more years and graduated from one, but parents did not live in California or later moved away. Students who met in-state criteria and then established residency in another state, but are now returning to California to pursue a graduate degree, may also be eligible for the tuition exemption. The exemption applies to both undergraduate and graduate students.
 
Graduate students must provide an official High School Transcript to the Registrar’s Office. Undergraduate (Freshman and Transfer) students may provide an Official High School Transcript as well; however, we can obtain a copy of it from the Office of Admissions.
 
Most importantly, all students must complete their SLR (Statement of Legal Residence) online before sending us any documents.

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Created at 5/26/2008 10:51 PM by Bracken Dailey
Last modified at 5/26/2008 10:51 PM by Bracken Dailey