If you have any questions concerning the residency application process, please feel free to visit the Dean of Students in the Office of Community Life and the Dean of Students
Academic Center room 112
If your request to change your residency status to in-state has been denied, you may challenge the decision by sending a written appeal to the Campus Residency Committee (CRC), but you must do it within 15 days of their most recent decision.
In your written appeal, you should list all the facts and arguments that would support changing your residency status. If you fail to provide complete and timely information, the CRC will deny your appeal.
Once you have submitted your appeal, the CRC will make a decision within about 45 days. Until then, you will still be responsible for paying fees and charges based on your current residency status. If your appeal is granted, any excess fees or charges will be refunded to you. The committee will send you written notification of its final, binding decision.