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Persons who reside in Indiana for the predominant purpose of education are considered nonresidents for tuition and fee-paying purposes at the University.
The two ways to qualify for classification as a resident for tuition purposes are: Students who want to request a review of their nonresident status should provide a completed Residence Classification of Students for Tuition Purpose form and all required supporting documentation to the Office of the Registrar no later than 15 business days after the first day of classes.
The decision of the committee in all cases is final.
A student who submits a written appeal may be invited to appear before the Residence Appeal Committee at the West Lafayette campus.
The goal of a residency program is to train a veterinarian to be well-versed in the current veterinary and human ICU literature, develop critical thinking skills and research skills, become competent in the clinical practice of emergency and critical care, while being a professional role model upheld to high standards of ethical practice.
The state of Indiana determines the requirements for becoming a legal resident of the state for specific purposes such as obtaining driver's license, identification card, voter registration, etc.
The student is notified both in writing and by email of the decision.Veterinarians wishing to become ACVECC Diplomates must complete a three year residency program to be eligible to write the board exam.Much of the time is spent doing clinical, hands-on work in a veterinary intensive care unit, under the supervision and guidance of a board-certified veterinary critical care specialist.Residency status is determined when students are admitted to the University by either the Office of Admissions (for undergraduates and non-degree), Graduate School (for graduates), College of Pharmacy (for doctor of pharmacy), or College of Veterinary Medicine (for doctor of veterinary medicine).
Decisions made in these offices are based on information provided by students during the admission application process, in accordance with rules adopted by the Board of Trustees. A student not satisfied with the initial written determination concerning his/her residence classification may appeal the decision to the Residence Appeal Committee.
Purdue University does not recognize declarations of resident status made by other agencies.