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Hi my name is Eugene I'm a journalism student here CS and my name is Kirsten and I'm also a journalism student here at CSU if you're a graduate or undergraduate student a parent of a student this video should provide you some insight into the general residency requirements the emancipation requirements and the petitioning process here at CSU to start off your initial tuition classification is determined from information you provided on your admissions application once you are classified as an non-resident student you can begin the petitioning process to change residency from an out-of-state student to an in-state student to petition you must first be admitted to the University in second be enrolled in at least one credit hour and the term for which your petition in state classification is based off of Colorado law it is not a Colorado State University policy therefore CSU can only provide exceptions to those that are specifically permitted by the state the burden of proof is on you to provide clear and convincing evidence that you have lived in Colorado for the required one year tuition classification law states that no person can establish a domicile in Colorado for the sole purpose of changing their residency classification for tuition purposes when reviewing petitions prep the primary question that student financial services staff will ask themselves is if CSU were not here would you still have moved to Colorado and still make Colorado your fixed and permanent home so first the thing we need to do is determine if you're a qualified person because only qualified people can apply a qualified person is 23 years old on or prior to the first day of class for the semester for which you are petitioning married at least one year on or prior to the first day of class for the semester you are petitioning for a graduate student a parent of a dependent minor or an emancipated minor an emancipated minor is any person under the age of 23 years who does not not meet the above criteria and is 100% financially separated from family or parents and is not dependent for tax purposes you're probably wondering what this domicile where we keep throwing around now domicile is just a word that the state likes to use to define your fixed and permanent home there are two components associated with making Colorado your daaamn so the first one is your physical presence in Colorado and the second is your intent on making Colorado your permanent home now your domicile must be in place for a full year now let's take a closer look on what physical presence and evidence for intent really mean physical presence is the actual place where a qualified person has established permanent legal residence in Colorado you must stay here for 12 continuous months on or prior to the first day of classes and must remain when school is not in session your permanent dress should be reflected

FAQ

How does an out-of-state undergraduate student establish California residency to get in-state tuition at a UC school?
As a UC gradute student I was told that the following steps would establish residency: Open a bank account at a local branch with my CA address as contact info, and if possible, change or cancel other accountsRegister to vote in CaliforniaGet a CA drivers license.I did the first two within a week of arriving, and delayed getting a drivers license until February because I did not drive a car. I was able to be approved as a CA resident after the first year. (I think you are asking for undergraduates, so this may not be pertinent  to you specifically, but it also answers the question)
How hard is it to get into a University of California school for out of state residents?
There are a couple of different areas to consider here:Difficulty of which UC campuses you're applying toHow hard it is to get into a UC varies based on the specific UC itself. UC Berkeley and UCLA, being the two most prestigious UCs currently, have the highest application rates, and so are the hardest to gain acceptance to.On this website, we can actually see the data for the admitted freshman of each UC: Campuses | UC AdmissionsTo summarize some of the data for 2013:Berkeley – average admitted SAT: 2080, GPA: 4.18/4 (weighted)LA – average admitted SAT: 2050, GPA: 4.15/4 (weighted)San Diego – average admitted SAT: 1990, GPA: 4.11/4 (weighted)Santa Barbara – average admitted SAT: 1910, GPA: 4.01/4 (weighted)Santa Cruz – average admitted SAT: 1793, GPA: 3.84/4 (weighted)Merced – average admitted SAT: 1630, GPA: 3.59/4 (weighted)Difference of requirements for in-state vs out-of-stateAs for whether or not you are an in-state student vs an out-of-state student, the requirements are largely the same. (Source: Out-of-state students)The one main difference is:You must earn a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.4 or better in the 15 college-preparatory courses (a-g courses), with no grade lower than a C.However, if you have grades lower than that anyways, getting into a UC straight after high school would be pretty difficult. In that case, it would likely be better to try to transfer in from a different school or a community college (ideally one from California that has a defined track towards transferring to a UC).Favor towards in-state (or now out-of-state?) studentsOn the page I cited, it specifically states:As a public institution, we prioritize admission for California residents. However, all of our campuses offer admission to out-of-state students. However, there are articles like this (UC System Rejects California Residents in Favor of International Students) that suggests, given California's budget crisis and continual cutting of funding to the UC system, the UC will be accepting more and more out-of-state students.It's also hard to know how much of a difference this really makes. Looking at the data UC Berkeley published here: Student Profile | UC Berkeley Office of Undergraduate Admissions, we see that they actually accepted more out-of-state students than in-state this past year (19.3% out-of-state admission rate vs 18.9% in-state: though this could also be a result of an on average higher caliber out-of-state student applying, but less of them).Application materials consideredUC also doesn't accept any letters of recommendation, so they focus more on grades/SAT than other schools tend to do. Do your best to highlight your other accomplishments in your person statement, but be aware that you won't have letters of recommendation that discuss these accomplishments further.So, really, unless I were to be the actual admissions officer reading your application, it's impossible to say whether you'll get in or not. The numbers I listed above are of course the averages, so many people get in with scores below those (as do people with scores above them). Beyond that, college admissions can so often be a lottery, so just do your best to prepare as well as you can, and hope for the best.
How long does it take to fill out University of California TAG?
It should not take more than an hour. I strongly suggest you complete it with a college counselor so you are taking the correct courses.The TAG agreement is a wonderful partnership between CA community colleges and the UC system, so take advantage of this service.
What are the requirements for establishing residency in California?
The first requirement is 366 days in California from the time you move here to the time you can “legally” call yourself a resident.The items that will show proof are utility bill with your name on it for a house or apartment. Driver’s licenses for some things are not considered proof for certain things like getting into schools in California, but should work fine for residency.Having a job (financial independence)Registering your carUtility billsFinancial independence (having a job, not relying on another person to support you.”Those are the basics.The DMV has their requirements for a drivers license California Residency Requirement for New Driver License (DL) and Identification Card (ID) Applicants.The University of California, California State University System, and the Community Colleges of California have their own requirements - Criteria to Establish Residence for Tuition Purposes.California Residency for voting purposes - Voter Registration | California Secretary of State to Register to Vote. You will notice it says, the same as California residency. So 366 days in California with the other requirements in tow. Meaning, living here for 366 days, having a job or financially independent and be able to prove it.
What is the reasoning behind the California State University's, and the other two systems', very stringent residency requirements?
"historically has come down rather hard on immigrants on (sic) all sorts"Well, if you base your historic opinion on The Grapes of Wrath and pre World War II Exclusion Acts, you might have a point.I seriously doubt you would find many native born Californians agreeing with you.Our state education institutions are primarily supported by state taxes and the people of the State of California feel you should be a resident to receive the benefit of reduced tuition.Funnily, this arrangement is not aimed at immigrants at all.  It is aimed at out of state students.Furthermore, it is pretty easy to establish state residency for lower tuition even if you are an undocumented immigrant.
How difficult is it to transfer into a University of California school from out of state?
If the particular school accepts transfer students, it is likely more more difficult than it is at any other school. Transfers must meet specific criteria. If the credentials are acceptable, the transfers will be notified AFTER the deadline for new freshmen to respond to acceptance letters has passed. The acceptance of transfers is more difficult in the more competitive institutions. Check the website of each school of interest to find out how to apply to transfer, what is required and info about deadlines.
What are your thoughts on the California State University system taking intermediate algebra out of the graduation requirements?
I tutor math from time to time, and I’m fine with removing Algebra 2. While now CSU seems to be allowing various substitutions, I think that they should move towards re-instating math requirements as follows:Require statisticsRequire logic in a much more formal wayTie logic to language arts by requiring forensics (not just philosophy)I think that kind of program will greatly enhance the value of a high school education and the students who enter CSU having had solid statistics, logic, and debate will be well-prepared.What I wish fervently would happen would be that parents would take responsibility for ensuring their 8 year olds know multiplication tables. That’s the giant blocker that sets kids up for failure. I run into it all the time. Without multiplication, division is a struggle, then fractions, then every equation that needs to be simplified in algebra, chemistry and physics.
How is the transfer process from an out-of-state community college to a university (e.g. Maryland to California)?
A2A. Transfer student is a status like freshmen or graduate student, and after you admitted, you would petition for transfer credit.You would need to look at the universities website for transfer students requirements before you would telephone the admissions office. The information is you want would be in the transfer student requirement webpage that you can get by googling “university transfer student requirements”.For example, if you google “Stanford transfer student requirements”, you would get Transfer Requirements & Process and Eligibility & Transfer Credit. Once admitted, you would petition for transfer credit.Let me know if you need more help.