In-state tuition rates for postdoctoral scholars and medical staff

Please note: Due to COVID-19 and for the duration of alternative operations, our application approval process has been temporarily modified to accept digital signatures. Once your application has been submitted, you will receive an email from Human resources within one to three business days with approval instructions. Learn more about the temporary Grants-in-aid process in the Knowledge Base.

Postdoctoral scholars

Employees working half time or more and their spouse and dependent children will be considered in-state residents for tuition purposes.

See Board of Regents Handbook, Title 4, Chapter 15, Section 3.

Resident physicians, medical residents, & dental residents

Employees working half time or more and their spouse and dependent children will be considered in-state residents for tuition purposes.

See Board of Regents Handbook, Title 4, Chapter 15, Section 3.

Other information

Employees and their qualifying family members must provide a copy of the current Payroll Action Form (PAF), copy of documentation proving they are a qualifying family member (i.e. marriage document or birth certificate or adoption document) and picture ID to Admissions and Records in order to receive in-state resident tuition. There is no form that Human Resources completes for the employee or family members.