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House Bill 1368


House Bill 1368

ARCHIVE (2012)

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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL


In-state tuition for military families. Defines military dependent. Provides that a military dependent, whose spouse, parent, or legal guardian: (1) is currently serving on active duty in an active component of the armed forces; (2) designated Indiana as their home of record at the time of enlistment and continues to maintain Indiana as the home of record at the time the military dependent is admitted to a state educational institution; and (3) is a legal resident of Indiana; is eligible to pay the resident tuition rate for an undergraduate course at a state educational institution. Requires a military dependent to physically attend the qualified course in Indiana in order to qualify for the resident tuition rate. Provides that an Indiana veteran and the Indiana veteran's military dependent are eligible for the resident tuition rate for an undergraduate course upon admission to a state educational institution not more than 12 months after the later of: (1) the date the Indiana veteran separates from active duty from an active component of the armed forces; or (2) the date the Indiana veteran is released from a hospital or rehabilitative facility after receiving care for a service related injury resulting from the Indiana veteran's active duty in an active duty service. Requires an Indiana veteran or Indiana veteran's military dependent to physically attend the qualified course in Indiana in order to qualify for the resident tuition rate.
Current Status:
 In Committee - first House
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