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How do I know if I qualify for In-State Residency?
Where do I get an application?
Will my Resident status automatically change after living in Oklahoma for 12 consecutive months?
My Residency status does not match what I reported on my application to the University of Central Oklahoma. Why has it been changed?
If I have attended the University of Central Oklahoma for more than one year, will I qualify for Residency re-classification?
I was granted Resident status at another Oklahoma Higher Education Institution. Will my status stay the same if I transfer?
My parent(s) claim me as a dependent on their State and Federal taxes. How is my Residency determined?
I have several close relatives that are Oklahoma residents. Can I reside with one of them and gain Residency?
My parent or close relative graduated from the University of Central Oklahoma. Do I qualify for in-state tuition?
If my parents own property or a second home and pay Oklahoma state taxes, will I qualify for in-state tuition?
If I make a certain score on the ACT or SAT, am I eligible to pay in-state tuition?
I live in a state that borders Oklahoma. Does that allow me to qualify for in-state tuition?
I moved to Oklahoma for work. Does that qualify me for in-state tuition?
I married an Oklahoma resident and we live in the state. Can I qualify for in-state tuition?
I am an active-duty Military member (or the spouse/dependent of an active-duty military member). How is my Resident status determined?
I am not a U.S. Citizen but have obtained Permanent Resident status with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. Do I qualify for residency for tuition purposes?
I was granted Oklahoma Residency. Is it possible to lose my Resident status?
My Residency Application was not approved because I was unable to meet some of the requirements. Can I petition again?
Once I have applied, how will I be notified about the decision?