Montana Residency Rules
Why don’t more people go live in Montana? It’s a very cool place and also happens to be a state where earning in-state residency is a definite possibility. If you’re hoping to do nothing and stumble upon in-state, then sorry, that’s not going to happen. But if you’re willing to commit to the state and demonstrate you’re a working adult in Montana for primary reasons other than solely attending a university, then keep reading.
You can expect part-time school during your domicile period, a decent part-time job, and part financial independence. In-state isn’t for everyone and maybe it’s not in the cards for you in Montana; also every university has its own policies and flavor when it comes the residency rules and implementation. Nevertheless, you may want to explore the links below to in-state overviews for universities in Montana.
Montana Reciprocity Agreements:
Montana is a member state of the Western Undergraduate Exchange which is a limited regional reciprocity agreement among select Western States. Favorable college tuition rates in nearby states are sometimes possible through reciprocity although many restrictions apply.
University-Specific Overviews Below:
Below please find links to in-state overviews for select universities in Montana. If your college is not highlighted, then please consider buying a University-Specific Nutshell Report or see all available university-specific in-state overviews.
Popular Universities in Montana:
Other Universities in Montana:
Montana State University-Billings
Montana State University-Northern Havre
Montana Tech of University of Montana Butte
University of Montana Western Dillon
Every College in Montana Is Unique
Just as every state has its own in-state regulations, each college in the state has its own interpretations. Learn everything important about how to actually earn in-state tuition at the university in Montana you’re most interested in.