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Instate tuition after out-of-state gap year?


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So I'm applying to grad school in Colorado for Fall 2013 at CSU and am worried that I may have lost my in-state tuition eligibility! I currently am living in Michigan (since August 2012, likely through this upcoming July 2013), the only time I've lived outside of Colorado my entire life expect my 1 semester study abroad. I am registered to vote in CO, have a CO driver's license, my permanent address in there, and I graduated from University of Colorado as well. I do not have a signed lease here in MI either. However, I will pay MI income tax for part of 2012 and part of 2013. That is the one outstanding point I can see where they may be able to deny in state tuition.


Has anyone had a similar experience or any insight? The Colorado laws are not entirely clear and basically it is up to judgement on an individual basis. Any help is super appreciated, thanks! 

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