I wish we lived here long enough, she could use our address as "home".
It's a crime that you get penalized for wanting to get an education in a different state than the one your parents live in. What difference does it make? If you have good schools in your state, you'll have the students. If not, then you need to Fix It instead of running a half baked college no one wants to attend.
What if your field of study isn't offered in your home state? (Mortuary Science is not offered in a lot of states, this I know). You have to leave home, work a shit job for a year (or 2), to get residency, just to save MONEY? Isn't an education just for that....an education? Or is it just a money making tool for the state? Who gets the excess "out of state tuitions"? What are students learning from that greedy little "rule"?
UNITED States? Hardly. [ October 23, 2003, 07:06 PM: Message edited by: Bonni ]