There are special agreements reached between various states allowing students to pay tuition rates which are less than the non-resident rates. These arrangements are called reciprocity agreements.
A student in non-resident status will be paying non-resident tuition unless reciprocity is approved for the student by the student’s home state. It is important to apply for reciprocity early to avoid charges for late payment of tuition bills. The student is responsible for the entire non-resident tuition until reciprocity has been approved.
There are currently reciprocity agreements between Minnesota and…
It is important that students select the correct academic year when applying for reciprocity and follow the instructions on the respective state websites. Once a student has become eligible for reciprocity, they remain so unless they change schools or do not earn at least one credit during a reciprocity year. In either of these cases, the student must reapply for reciprocity.
For questions on reciprocity please contact:
Bonnie ThompsonRegistrar's Office Owens Hall email@example.com