Undocumented Students Admissions
Office of Origin: Student Services
Date Adopted: 06-24-14
Last Date Modified & Approved:
A student who is (1) not a United States citizen or (2) a student who has been admitted to the United States on a temporary, non-resident status, is classified as an International student. International students should be prepared to document status or property ownership at the time of registration.
An International student may qualify for classification according to the definitions of residency stated above if (1) the student holds a valid Alien Registration Receipt Card (Permanent Resident Card), political asylum status or (2) a student owns, or a documented dependent student whose parents or legal guardians own, property within the United States, or (3) the student is a longstanding area resident who graduated from a United States high school or received a GED and can document residence for the period of at least one year immediately prior to the first day of the semester. Responsibility: Vice President, Student Services References:
Responsibility:Vice President, Student Services