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Senate Bill 0247


Senate Bill 0247

ARCHIVE (2013)

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DIGEST OF INTRODUCED BILL


Resident tuition rates for veterans. Provides that qualified veterans are eligible for the resident tuition rate for undergraduate courses upon enrolling at a state educational institution not later than 12 months after separation from the United States armed forces. Requires a qualified veteran to provide to the state educational institution, not later than 12 months after enrolling in the state educational institution, proof that the qualified veteran has: (1) registered to vote in Indiana; (2) obtained an Indiana driver's license or state identification card; (3) registered the qualified veteran's motor vehicle in Indiana; or (4) obtained employment in Indiana. Provides that if the qualified veteran does not provide the required proof of residency: (1) the qualified veteran is subject to the tuition policies established by the state educational institution; and (2) the qualified veteran must repay the state educational institution an amount that equals the difference between the nonresident tuition rate and the tuition rate charged to the qualified veteran during the first 12 months of the qualified veteran's enrollment at the state educational institution. Provides that a qualified veteran who enrolls later than 12 months after the qualified veteran's discharge or separation date is subject to the tuition policies determined by the state educational institution. Provides that qualified veterans who enroll in graduate degree programs are subject to the tuition policies determined by the state educational institution.
    Current Status:
     In Committee - first House
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