Residency Status and Determination

North Carolina Residency/In-State Tuition Information

Undergraduate Classification

The UNC General Administration manages and processes all residency determinations, reclassification requests, and appeals for new and continuing undergraduate and non-degree seeking students. New or readmitting undergraduate or non-degree students must apply for reclassification through the North Carolina Residency Determination Service. Questions or concerns can be directed to, 919-835-2290, or 844-319-3640.

Graduate Classification

Once admitted and enrolled into a graduate program, graduate students currently classified as non-residents can apply for in-state residency through the “Online Tuition Reclassification Application.” Application deadlines, along with the residency application (when available) can be found here.

Other Accredited Veterinary Colleges: Residency/In-State Tuition Information

Auburn University

From expand “Estimated Expenses and Financial Aid” and look for “Residency”

Colorado State University

Cornell University

Iowa State University

Kansas State University

Lincoln Memorial University

Louisiana State University

Michigan State University

Midwestern University

Not enough information at this time

Mississippi State University

The Ohio State University

Oklahoma State University

Oregon State University

Purdue University

Texas A&M University

Tufts University

Not enough information at this time

Tuskegee University

Not enough information at this time

University of California

Residency Requirements Handout

University of Florida

University of Georgia

University of Illinois

The University of Minnesota

University of Missouri – Columbia

University of Pennsylvania

For additional information regarding the PA resident subsidy contact admissions:

University of Tennessee

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine

Use Virginia Tech’s information as a model:

Washington State University

Western University of Health Sciences

Not enough information at this time