What Law Governs In-State Tuition?

Question: What law says you have to be a state resident to receive In-State tuition? An example of any state works. (For High School Debate) In-state tuition practices are set by the board of higher education in each state, and I would call these “regulations” or—better yet—“policies” rather than “laws.” They can vary a lot…

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Bio Major + Photo Minor?

Question: Can I major in Biology and have a minor in photography?<< In most cases, absolutely yes. But you would have to check with each college on your list to make sure that a minor in photography is offered. The majority of colleges have a biology major, so that shouldn’t be the issue. But college…

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How Do I Get MIT Brochures?

Question: I am asking for an AVID project. We are to research a certain college outside our state (California) with a partner. I am in middle school currently and for our project, we think an effective way to gain such information is to receive informational brochures regarding the college. How would we receive such brochures…

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Stanford Med Despite an F and a W?

Since I’ve started college my grades aren’t that bad. I’ve passed almost all my classes with As and one B. However, during my freshman fall semester of college my grandfather unfortunately passed away and with my culture/religion I actually had a role to play in the funeral. Anyways, my professor FAILED me for that course…

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