How do you qualify as a resident of a state to go to its colleges at in-state rates?
Contact the college and ask them the specific terms they set for qualification. It's going to vary from state to state. Overall, you have to establish yourself as a resident, and the college will tell you how they determine that.
relache's advice is very good; and for some additional regional information, see: http://hubpages.com/hub/state-residency
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