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Old 02-17-2015, 08:19 PM
 
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If you can wiggle at least a $1000 scholarship out of the University/college/department, they will waive out of state fees.

On the acceptance form, there is a question about whether the student wishes to request an out of state waiver. Students who are residents of other states or other countries may be eligible for in-state tuition rather than out-of-state tuition if they receive TTU scholarships worth $1000 or more. Thus, in general, students who are from some place other than Texas should request an out-of-state waiver. Detailed information about residency status can be found in the Texas Tech catalog. Questions about this matter and about any other non-academic aspects of scholarships should be directed to the Office of Financial Aid. International students may also want to consult with the TTU Office of International Student and Scholar Service
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Old 02-19-2015, 09:15 AM
 
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Very reasuring to hear from a parent Thanks! It is a long drive from Dallas as well - but better than him going to school in Illinois- that would be really far away- he did get accepted to Univ of Illinois as well - so you would recommend TTU based on academics? I am not familiar at all- our first child in college
Thanks!!
As a TTU alum who has known a number of UIUC grads, I say send that kid to Illinois, especially if he's interested in CS.
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