The best way to receive in-state tuition is to meet the requirements for establishing residency laid out by UNC Charlotte’s Residency Determination Office. For more information on how this process works, click here.
If you don’t believe you meet the requirements for residency, see below:
A new bill has been implemented that requires universities to charge qualifying individuals in-state tuition regardless of residency status. In order to qualify, a student must either:
Be using their Post 9/11 or Montgomery Chapter 30 GI Bill®, have separated from the military within three years of beginning at the University, and must be living in the state where the school is located.
Be using the Post 9/11 Transfer of Entitlement benefits, enrolled in the school within three years of the transferor’s separation from the military, and be living in the state where the school is located.
Meeting either of these requirements will not change your overall residency status, but does qualify you to be charged the in-state rate by the university.
If you meet the above requirements, please contact our office at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can get the process started.
North Carolina National Guard
If you are in a North Carolina National Guard unit, you will be charged the instate rate here at UNC Charlotte. Again, this does not change your residency status for any other purpose but the tuition you are charged. In many cases those who meet this requirement will still be charged out of state, in which case they will need to appeal the decision and show proof that they are in a North Carolina National Guard Unit. See above on how to contact the Residency Determination Office.