Want Residency Benefits?
Tuition rates for Utah residents and non-residents are based on Utah State Law, 53B-89-102, and the Board of Regents Policy R512. According to the law, a student must have maintained continuous residency in Utah for one full year before applying. Applicants must also sign a written declaration that they have relinquished residency in another state and submit objective evidence that they have established residency. Forms of proof can include: a Utah driver’s license, Utah voter registration, vehicle registration, proof of employment, proof of student status, Utah tax return. Residency applications are due seven days after the first day of the semester.
When you apply for residency reclassification you must provide proof of what you are claiming on the residency application.