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Initial residency for tuition purposes determinations at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside are made by the Office of Admissions in accordance with the Wisconsin State Statutes 36.27(2), which governs residency status for tuition purposes for all UW System institutions. Students must be a fully bona fide resident of Wisconsin for at least 12 consecutive months prior to enrollment at a UW System school for eligibility for in-state tuition.
If you have questions about your residency for tuition purposes status, after reading the below FAQ's, you may wish to contact the UW-Parkside residency coordinator at email@example.com. It is our goal to make students residents whenever possible in accordance with the State law. While every student has the right to file an appeal, a consultation with the Residency Coordinator may help you determine whether moving forward with an appeal is the best decision. The Coordinator will provide guidance and offer a professional opinion about the likelihood of a successful appeal based on the State law and the circumstances of your situation.
Please note that students must be enrolled in classes at UW-Parkside to submit an appeal.
Initial residency determinations for tuition purposes at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside are made by the Admissions Office based on the provisions of Wisconsin Statutes 36.27(2) which governs residency status for tuition purposes. In general, you must be a bona fide resident of Wisconsin for at least 12 months prior to enrollment to be eligible for in-state tuition.
If you still have questions about your residency classification after reading the extract of Wisconsin Statutes 36.27(2), or you feel that your classification is incorrect or that you have important extenuating or mitigating factors, you may contact the Residency Coordinator and/or submit an Appeal from Non-Resident Classification for University Fee Purposes form prior to the start of the semester which you plan to enroll.
It is our goal to make students residents whenever possible in accordance with the Wisconsin state law. While every student hast eh right to submit an appeal, a consultation with the Residency Coordinator can help you determine whether moving forward with an appeal is a prudent decision. The Coordinator will provide guidance and will give a professional opinion about the likelihood of a successful appeal based on the circumstances of your situation. Having a clear understanding of the law and the appeals process could save you a good deal of time and energy.
Fall Appeal Deadline: August 1
Spring Appeal Deadline: January 1
Minnesota Office of Higher EducationWisconsin residents who wish to take advantage of the Minnesota-Wisconsin Tuition Reciprocity Agreement should apply for certification as a Wisconsin resident to:
1450 Energy Park Drive, Suite 350
St. Paul, MN 55108-5227
(651) 642-0567 or 1-800-657-3866
Wisconsin Higher Educational Aids Board Reciprocity Program
P.O. Box 7885
Whitewater, WI 53707-7885