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Q1. What are your office hours?
Q1. Where do I get a second grade option form?
Q2. How do I withdraw my entire registration from the University?
Q3. How do I drop or add a class?
Q4. How many hours do I need to earn my degree?
Q5. How do I find out if my transcript arrived from another school?
Q6. How do I change my name?
Q7. How do I change my major?
Q8. How do I find out if I qualify for in-state (resident) tuition?
Q9. Who gets the University bills (U-Bills)?
Q10. What do I need to do if I am not returning to the University of Iowa?
Q1. How and when do students get grade reports?
Q2. Who do I call if I want more information or I'm confused about my rights to my student's academic records?
Q3. How can I obtain a letter verifying my student's enrollment at the University for insurance purposes?
Q4. How can I contact my student in class during an emergency situation?
Q5. Who gets the University bills (U-Bills)?
Q6. Where can I get information about Commencement?
Q7. Can I talk to my student's academic advisor or collegiate office about their progress or problems?
Q8. Can parents view the student's grades?
Q9. What is a Guest Account?
Q10. Why is the student's permission required for release of academic information?
Residency Tuition FAQs
Q1. I am originally from another state (my Home of Record) and now serve in the U.S. military. I am searching for a program in a major offered at the UI. If I move to Iowa on military orders to continue my education, do I qualify for Resident tuition?
Q2. I applied for admission online. How will my classification for tuition purposes be handled?
Q3. I am interested in reading more information. Where are the State of Iowa regulations?
Q4. Where do I find the Application for Resident Classification?
Q5. Does Iowa have a tuition reciprocity agreement with my state?
Q6. My parent/grandparent graduated from the University of Iowa but I grew up and will graduate from high school in Illinois. Do I qualify for Resident (in-state) tuition?
Q7. My parents and I moved away from Iowa during my senior year in high school. Can I be considered a Resident?
Q8. I am a current UI student who was born and raised in Iowa – but my parents must now move out of state to take a new job. Will I automatically be switched to Non-resident (out-of-state) tuition?
Q9. My parents are divorced. Dad lives and works in Iowa. Mom and I live in another state, where I will graduate from high school. Do I qualify as an Iowa resident?
Q10. I came to Iowa from another state. I am now taking classes at an Iowa community college as a Resident. Does this mean I will be classified as a Resident for tuition and fee purposes when I enroll at the University of Iowa?
Q11. I grew up in another state and have no previous ties to Iowa. I am planning to move to Iowa City, buy a property in which to live and start school. Will I be considered a Resident for tuition purposes?
Q12. I am a resident of another state. If I move to Iowa and want to eventually be considered an Iowa Resident for tuition purposes, what must I do to establish myself as an Iowan for tuition and fee purposes?
Q13. If I enroll half-time or less, as is required to establish myself as a resident for tuition and fee purposes, how will it affect my financial aid package?
Q14. What else might be impacted?
Q15. Do I have to tell you when I begin working through the process to become an Iowa Resident for tuition and fee purposes?
Q16. I have been living and working in Iowa to establish myself as a Resident for tuition and fee purposes, as described above. How do I tell you when I am finished?
Q17. Can you give me any tips on how to do this successfully? What kinds of mistakes do people make?
Q18. When is the Application for Resident Classification due?
Q19. Can I submit an application for last semester?
Q20. I submitted my Application and then received a request for a notarized statement. What is a notarized statement and how can I have something notarized?
Q21. How long does it take to hear the result of my Application for Resident Classification?
Q22. I was determined to be a Non-resident. How can I appeal?
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