Bioengineering

Residency

After living in the state of Ohio for twelve (12) consecutive months, students originally classified as out-of-state residents are eligible to become reclassified as Ohio residents. All domestic graduate students receiving tuition scholarships who are eligible for the reclassification are encouraged to complete the Ohio Residency Application form available on the Bursar's web site.

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Last Updated: 11/18/19