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How long do I have to live in Tennessee to get in-state college tuition costs?

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Question by LexusAnn: How long do I have to live in Tennessee to get in-state college tuition costs?
I live in Wisconsin and am looking to move to Tennessee for college. The in-state tuition costs are significantly less than the out-of-state tuition cost. I want to know how long it takes for me to get in-state tuition costs.

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Answer by B r i
One year. edit: I live in this state, had to live here for one year before qualifying for in state tuition, so I would know. You just can’t be going to school during that year.

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2 thoughts on “How long do I have to live in Tennessee to get in-state college tuition costs?

  1. allukcatsbaby says:

    The person below is misleading- its one year- IF your in graduate school or over 24. If you dont have a kid, arent married, or arent over 24 or in graduate school- you CANT get in-state tuition unless your parents move with you- at which time it would then take one year.

  2. Silvana says:

    I got in state tuition at 24 years old. I had to wait a year and also have proof that I had lived in TN for a year. They may also want you to have a job for part of that time as well (if I remember correctly). I didn’t have to have my parents do anything. Parents, Marital Status, children, and age have nothing to do with it.

    Be sure to call the university and they can inform you of their policy and let you in on any loopholes that might be available.

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