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Old 12-31-2012, 02:01 PM
 
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Has anyone tried to move to Las Vegas and receive in-state tuition after only a year? What was your experience? Are they stricter on giving in-state tuition to the Hospitality degrees vs other degrees? Are they stricter on gpa if you just recently established residency in Nevada? I currently attend Tallahassee Community College and want to transfer to UNLV hospitality school, will they except my credits? any information would be appreciated
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Old 12-31-2012, 02:05 PM
 
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Has anyone tried to move to Las Vegas and receive in-state tuition after only a year? What was your experience? Are they stricter on giving in-state tuition to the Hospitality degrees vs other degrees? Are they stricter on gpa if you just recently established residency in Nevada? I currently attend tallahassee community college and want to transfer to unlv hospitality school, will they except my credits? any information would be appreciated
I don't think anyone here can tell you whether your credits will transfer to UNLV -- only UNLV can tell you that. For most universities, the living in state before getting in state tuition minimum IS one year, I assume UNLV is no different. Most of those rules apply across the board, and are not different for one department. I'm not sure what you mean by "stricter on GPA if you just established residency". A lot of the information you are looking for here about residency, admissions, and transfer credits could best be obtained from UNLV itself.
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Old 12-31-2012, 02:49 PM
 
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I was recently accepted (October) into UNLV after living in Nevada for a little over a year (moved here in June 2011). It was not a complicated process; in addition to the application for in-state tuition, I needed to include only a copy of my NV driver's license and 2011 tax return (NV residence). However, I applied to the Masters of Accounting program, not the general undergraduate program. I'm not sure if requirements differ between undergrad/grad students or different programs.
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