Published Jul 22, 2005
I have a question about tuition ...more specifically out of state vs in state. I know that most people apply to several CRNA programs. If accepted to a different state than where you work, are you paying out of state tuition? OR, generally do they charge a standard rate for the program regardless of whether you are in state vs coming in from another state? It seems to me that if they do charge out of state tuition in these programs then a person is more beneficial to move to a state that has several programs before applying. Can someone set me straight on this?
kaiser in pasadena was waiving out of state tuition, but i dont know if this will continue as there was some confusion this last semester.
kaiser in pasadena was waiving out of state tuition, but i dont know if this will continue as there was some confusion this last semester.d
As far as I know, if you are attending a program from out of state...you'll be paying out of state tuition. I am paying out of state tuition during the first year and will be paying in state the second year (since I bought a house here and have registered my car and ID, etc here). Check with the school bylaws, etc...
If they are a public institution they generally have state and out of state tuition. If they're private, it's generally one price regardless of residency. Your best bet is to find the schools you're interested in and research the costs involved. Even if you are out of state, you may be eligible for instate tuition after a year.
I attend Drexel in Phili - We all pay the same - regardless of where we live/work.
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