nikcav Posted April 24, 2017 Share Posted April 24, 2017 The MA program I will be entering is a very intensive 12 month program. Because of this, it does not have any TA/GA/etc. positions. It is also very new (I believe I'll only be in the second class) so I don't think it has funds for other scholarships either. I'm wondering if it would be a likely possibility for me to be able to have them waive my out of state tuition and just pay in state. How common is that? Does it vary between school or do most masters programs waive out of state? Any other insights? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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