Utah residency renders benefits for students
Published: Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Updated: Tuesday, February 26, 2013 13:02
“I think meeting the requirements would be a good incentive for people to work for,” Armbrust said. “The people who work hard and get the good grades have the tuition difference covered and the people who don’t meet the criteria can still become residents in their first year.”
The bill would allow some people to skip the residency process.
“It would be nice if you didn’t go through the whole process and didn’t need to gain residency to get lower tuition,” Page said.
“I think the bill would attract more out-of-state students, although I think the current system attracts a lot of students as it is,” Beirne said.