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Under North Carolina General Statutes, NCGS 116-143.3, certain members of the armed services and their dependent relatives may be eligible to apply to be charged the in-state tuition rate whether or not they qualify as residents for tuition purposes under NCGS 116-143.1. The pertinent law and implementing regulations are available for inspection in the Admissions Office at Carteret Community College and may be examined upon request.Included among the requirements are that the member of the armed services and a relative claiming the benefit through a member, be living in North Carolina incident to the supporting members active military duty and that the applicant for the benefit qualify for academic admission at the pertinent institution.
To claim the benefit for the in-state rate, whether or not they qualify as residents for tuition purposes under NCGS 116-143.1, one the sets of conditions below must be met:
A. Members of the armed services, that meet the requirements below:
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Application to Receive the Benefit of the In-State Tuition Rate as a Member of the Armed Services or Dependent Relative Thereof
***This application, in proper code, must be submitted within 10 business days of the first day of the semester of enrollment in each academic year for which the reduced tuition benefit is claimed.***
The required application must be submitted completely and in proper order before the first day of classes of the first enrolled term of each academic year for which the benefit of NCGS 116-143.3 is sought, as stated. This means that the benefit once awarded does not self-renew for subsequent academic years but must be reacquired prior to the first enrolled term of subsequent academic years.
In order to reapply for a renewal of the benefit, you must meet the following requirements:
PLEASE NOTE: It is the students responsibility to notify the College if North Carolina residency is lost or abandoned while enrolled. Contact the Admissions Office at the information listed below.
Students registered solely for non-credit continuing education courses do not need to establish tuition residency.
RESIDENCE STATUS INQUIRIES can be initiated through the Admissions Office. Please call if you have specific questions or to make an appointment to determine your status.
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