WAC 132G-160-050: Residency Status

Link to law: http://apps.leg.wa.gov/wac/default.aspx?cite=132G-160-050
Published: 2015

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WAC 132G-160-050









Residency status.









In determining tuition and fee charges, students are considered to be residents if they have lived in the state for one year and also meet the requirements as outlined in chapter 28B.15 RCW.
Students wishing to appeal nonresidency classification may:
(1) Contact the registrar for clarification
(2) Obtain change in residence status form from the registrar
(3) Submit completed form to the registrar for classification
(4) If resident status is denied and further appeal is desired, submit the appeal in writing to the registrar with a request that the entire file be referred to the college's attorney, whose decision will be final.
[Order 1-35:72, § 132G-160-050, filed 11/29/72, effective 1/1/73.]