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Kansas High School Graduates Application

88-3-10. Kansas high school graduates.

(a) The resident fee privilege shall be granted to any person graduating from a Kansas high school accredited by the state board of education who:
(1) Qualifies for admission and begins classes at any institution governed by the state board of regents within six months of high school graduation;
(2) was a Kansas resident for fee purposes at the time of graduation from high school or within 12 months prior to graduation from high school; and
(3) provides an official copy of that person’s high school transcript to the university of enrollment.
(b) This resident fee privilege shall be granted even if the student is not otherwise qualified for this privilege due to the current residence of the student’s parents or guardians.
(c) This privilege shall be granted as long as the student remains continuously enrolled at any institution governed by the state board of regents.
(d) Each person seeking the resident fee privilege pursuant to the provisions of these rules shall be responsible for providing such information necessary to verify graduation from a Kansas high school and resident status at or 12 months prior to graduation from high school.

(Authorized by and implementing K.S.A. 76-729, as amended by 1991 S.B. 21, Sec. 2, and K.S.A. 76-730; effective, T-88-30, Aug. 19, 1987; effective May 1, 1988; amended Nov. 18, 1991.)


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