The UNC Policy Manual
N.C. Gen. Statute § 116-143.6 provides the conditions for constituent institutions to consider nonresident students who receive a full scholarship as resident students, for tuition and all other purposes. The following regulation is hereby adopted.
I. Constituent institutions may consider as resident students, for tuition and all other purposes, nonresident students who receive a full scholarship from entities recognized by the institution. Participation by constituent institutions is optional. Constituent institutions participating must do so based on a resolution by its board of trustees. The resolution of the board of trustees can be approved at any time.
II. Only undergraduate students may be
considered residents pursuant to this
III. A student who receives a “full” scholarship is one who receives a grant or grants that cover tuition, mandatory fees, room and board for the academic year in which the student is to be considered a resident.
IV. The scholarship must come from one or more entities recognized in the board of trustees’ resolution or recognized by the chancellor pursuant to delegated authority from the board of trustees. This list may include both entities with which the constituent institution has a formal relationship and entities which do not have a formal relationship with the constituent institution. If an entity is recognized by the board of trustees or chancellor, all students receiving full scholarships from that entity must be treated as resident students in accordance with this provision.
V. An institution may phase in this provision by recognizing only a limited number of entities initially and then approving an amendment to add other recognized entities.
VII. A full scholarship may not include
grants from state or federal funds distributed by the constituent institutions
or administered by the North Carolina State Education Assistance
VIII. Constituent institutions may include students considered residents pursuant to this section as in-state students in its enrollment funding request.
IX. Nonresident students considered residents pursuant to this section must be separately flagged for data collection purposes.
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