Requests for residency must be approved prior to the first day of classes of the academic term you desire reclassification; therefore, application materials and all appropriate documentation must be submitted by the published deadlines below:
||Apply by July 15|
||Apply by December 15|
|SUMMER:||Apply by May 1|
Retroactive residency determinations cannot be made for tuition surcharge purposes.
Information regarding the Ohio G.I. Promise can be found at the University System Of Ohio - Ohio Board of Regents web site http://uso.edu/opportunities/ohioGIpromise/index.php or by calling them directly at 1-877-VETS-OH-1 (1-877-838-7641)
Federal G.I. Bill additional information can be found at their web site http://www.gibill.va.gov/ or by calling them directly at 1-888-GIBILL-1 (1-888-442-4551).
Is a provision under Ohio Law that allows students who graduated from an Ohio high school or completed the final year of instruction at home as authorized under section 3321.04 of the Revised code, to re-establish Ohio residency without the twelve month waiting period formally required to establish permanent domicile. The applicant only needs to provide proof of graduation from an Ohio high school, a permanent address in the state of Ohio, and have legal status to remain permanently in the United States.
Complete the Forever Buckeye form and submit the following documents by the above posted deadlines: a) your Ohio high school transcript or a verification of your graduation on the high schoolâ€™s letterhead stationary; and b) your current housing lease, property deed, or notarized affidavit from parents/other. (Please note: A copy of a high school diploma is not sufficient evidence of high school graduation. An Ohio high school does not include GED.) If you are not a U.S. citizen, you must attach copy of supporting documents establishing your current immigration or Visa status.