Campus Reform – EXPERTS: New UMich tuition policy benefitting illegals violates intent of law

IRLI In The News

August 13, 2019

By Ethan Cai

Illegal immigrants do not have permanent legal resident status in the U.S., so colleges typically consider them out-of-state students.

With the new university policy, any student can qualify for in-state tuition and claim residency in Michigan if they go to a middle school in Michigan for at least two years and also by earning a GED or by graduating from a Michigan high school that they attended for a minimum of three years, according to Inside Higher Ed. Read the full story at Campus Reform.

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