Submission Process

Effective immediately, the process for submitting residency reclassification forms has transitioned to an online format, and we are now exclusively accepting submissions via email.

This change is part of our ongoing efforts to streamline administrative processes, enhance efficiency, and reduce paper waste. By shifting to an online submission system, we aim to provide you with a more convenient process. One of the main benefits of this new process is to provide students with a way to track their request from the time of submission until a decision is made.

To submit your residency reclassification form, please follow these simple steps:

  1. Download the Residency Request for Reclassification Form from our website or obtain it from the Registrar's Office.

  2. Fill out the form accurately and completely, ensuring that all required documentation and information are included.

  3. Scan or take clear photos of the completed form and all supporting documents. Make sure the documents are in a format that is easily readable (PDF, JPEG, or PNG).

  4. Compose an email to, and in the subject line, please write "Residency Reclassification Form Submission - [Your Full Name]." This will help us efficiently process your request.

  5. Attach the scanned or photographed documents to the email and double-check that everything is clear and legible.

  6. Write a brief message in the body of the email, confirming your intent to submit the residency reclassification form electronically.

  7. Send the email.

Once your email is received, our dedicated team will review your submission and notify you of the status of your residency reclassification request. You must submit your form and all supporting documentation no later than the 5th day of the term in which you wish to have your residency status changed. Requests and documentation received after the published deadline will only be considered for the next term.

Please note that submitting your residency reclassification form electronically does not automatically qualify you for in-state residency. Ensure that you meet all necessary criteria before submitting your request.