When you apply to online college does it matter what state you are applying in?
I was just curious if I applied to an online college in one state and then moved to another state, does that make a difference in what I will be charged for tuition?
Well if you sign up out of state they will charge you an out of state price. Normally its cheaper for students in the same state to promote people going to the school. The only issues I see is I took two online courses at a college thats only 9 minutes away or 40 minutes away (depending on campus) but even though I was an online student they had a total of 2 field trips and a total of 3 days we had to actually come into the college.
If you don't tell them of your change in address, I don't see why they would have to know.
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