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Policy 3010: Non-resident Tuition Scholarship for International Students

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University Policy #3010

Section 1. Policy

International students shall pay non-resident tuition. This policy is established to govern and define how the student tuition scholarship for international students will be administered. The international student tuition scholarship is a special award for Metropolitan State’s international students who have demonstrated good academic standing. The maximum scholarship is equivalent to the difference between the in-state and out-state tuition rate. This may result in international students paying the same rate as Minnesota residents.

Section 2. Authority

This policy is established in accordance with Board of Trustees of Minnesota State Colleges and Universities 2.2 State Residency Requirement policy.

Section 3. Effective Date

This university policy shall become effective immediately upon the signature of the President and remains in effect until modified or expressly revoked.

Section 4. Responsibility

The responsibility for implementation of this university policy is assigned to the Dean of Students.

Section 5. Definition

International student is a non-United States citizen or permanent resident who is temporarily in the United States, engaging in full-time/part-time course of academic study in an accredited educational institution. This definition includes all individuals with non-immigrant visas F, J, H, L, M, TN, etc.

Section 6. Review

This policy will be reviewed on an as-needed basis.

Section 7. Approval

Issued on this 4th day of February, 2015

Dr. Devinder Malhotra, Interim President