Residency for Fee Assessment Purposes
The Council on Postsecondary Education for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, in accordance with Section 164.020(8) of the Kentucky Revised Statutes, has adopted the policy by which residency for fee assessment purposes is defined and determined. The policy is applied to determine a student's eligibility for fees assessed Kentucky residents who enroll at any state-supported institution of higher learning in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. This determination is made at the initial time of enrollment.
Every student who is not a resident of Kentucky as defined by the policy enacted by the Council on Postsecondary Education is required to pay non-resident registration and/or entrance fees.
Any student or prospective student in doubt concerning his or her residency status must bear the responsibility for securing a ruling by completing an Application for Student Residency Reclassification for Fee Assessment Purposes and returning it to Enrollment Services, Morehead State University. The student who becomes eligible for a change in residence classification, whether from out-of-state or the reverse, has the responsibility of immediately informing the Graduate Office of the circumstance in writing.