A student over 18 years of age is considered a non resident if the student is

A student over 18 years of age is considered a non

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A student over 18 years of age is considered a non-resident if the student is not a legal resi- dent of Illinois. Personnel within the Office of the University Registrar are responsible for determining residency. An individual will be considered an Illinois resident if all of the following conditions are met: 1. The individual resided with his or her parent or guardian while attending public or private high school in this State. 2. The individual graduated from a public or pri- vate high school or received the equivalent of a high school diploma in this State. 3. The individual attended school in this State for at least 3 years as of the date the individual graduated from high school or received the equivalent of a high school diploma. 4. The individual registers as an entering student in the University not earlier than the 2004 fall semester. 5. In the case of an individual who is not a citi- zen or a permanent resident of the United States, the individual provides the University with an affidavit stating that the individual will file an application to become a permanent resident of the United States at the earliest opportunity the individual is eligible to do so. Tuition and fees are subject to change by action of the Board of Trustees and the General Assembly. Transcripts: Transcripts are issued only after all student financial obligations have been met. Students should make a written, signed request to Office of the University Registrar, Campus Box 2202, Normal, IL 61790-2202. A $6.00 charge (fee subject to change) is made for each official transcript. Requests should include identification number, birthdate, and complete address, including zip code, to which the tran- script is to be sent. When possible, transcript requests are processed within five working days. Materials Charges: A materials charge is an optional fee charged to a student for consumable materials used in a course. A student may supply his or her own material and submit a written request to the instructor to waive the charge. Courses with material charges are listed in the Undergraduate Catalog, Graduate Catalog , and on the iCampus Portal. Reduction of Tuition and Fees Policy: A registered student who officially withdraws from the University may receive a reduction of tuition and fees, including any advance deposit according to the following schedule: 1. If withdrawal is prior to the first regularly scheduled class day, all tuition and fees are deleted. 2. If withdrawal is within the first 15 calendar days after the first regularly scheduled class day, all tuition and fees minus a service charge of $30 are refunded. 3. If withdrawal is after the 15th calendar day but within the sixty percent point in time of the period of enrollment—a refund equal to the portion of the period of enrollment remaining, rounded downward to the nearest ten percent, less an administrative fee not to exceed the lesser of five percent of the initial tuition, fees, and other charges assessed the student or $100.
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  • Fall '15
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  • Academia, Academic degree, Bachelor's degree

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