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In-State Tuition Benefit (General Information and Contact)
U.S. Veterans and current members of the U.S. military may be eligible for the in-state tuition assessment. The In-State Tuition policies apply to all educational levels. Students receiving in-state tuition must remain continuously enrolled to continue receiving the benefit. New and re-entering students must meet the policy criteria current at the time of admission or re-entry to be eligible to receive the in-state tuition benefit.
Documentation of eligibility is required, and should be submitted as soon as possible prior to the beginning of the term for which you are requesting in-state tuition to facilitate correct assessment of tuition, scholarships, grants, and financial aid. Documentation requirements can be found on the pages specific to the groups listed above.
Documentation will be accepted through the last day of the term for which you are requesting in-state tuition. In-state tuition will not be granted retroactively for previous terms.
Most students will notice a positive change in being assessed in-state tuition. However, assessment of in-state tuition may impact your financial aid, scholarships or grants. For more information, please speak with the appropriate contact below.
who are not eligible for in-state tuition based on military affiliation
may gain Iowa residency by completing the 12 month residency process.
For more information on gaining Iowa residency, visit the Resident Classification webpage.
For questions regarding in-state tuition contact:
Kara Schoepfer 515-294-0025
Denise Timberland 515-294-0767
Katie Mott 515-294-6595
Jaclyn Tungesvik 515-294-1363
Jennifer Johnson 515-294-4865
Ubill for Military Education Benefits
Katina Van Dyke 515-294-5461
The In-State Tuition policy is subject to change without notification. Check back frequently for updated information on this website. Policy last revised by Board of Regents, State of Iowa: October 12, 2016.