Indiana veterans may see eased residency rules from Indiana State, legislature
- Indiana State University's board of trustees is considering a proposal to waive its in-state tuition policy for veterans, qualifying them for in-state tuition and fees.
- The policy would cover veterans with one year of active duty or with an honorable medical discharge.
- The Indiana Legislature is also looking at a measure that would allow veterans to pay in-state tuition if they enroll at a state institution within a year of leaving service.
From the article:
Indiana State University may eliminate its in-state residency policy for veterans. A new proposal under consideration by the board of trustees could waive the one-year residency requirement for military veterans to qualify for in-state tuition and fees. ...
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