Residency for tuition purposes is defined and controlled by the Connecticut General Statute 10a-28-30, which governs residency policies at all public institutions of higher education within the State.To qualify under these statutes, an individual must be able to demonstrate a clear intent to reside permanently in the State of Connecticut. There are numerous factors that may be considered in determining whether or not an individual has this appropriate intent. Please refer to the University Admissions’ web page for further information regarding residency matters: http://admissions.uconn.edu/cost-aid/tuition/residency
The University of Connecticut Responsibilities of Community Life: The Student Code (Code) is approved by the Board of Trustees and administered by the office of the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs and the Dean of Students.This office works closely with Student Affairs to maintain a consistency of policy implementation across the university community. http://community.uconn.edu/the-student-code-preamble/.