U.S. Citizen Living Overseas?If you are a U.S. Citizen and you are living outside of the USA, then you have come to the right place. Whether your parents work for an international company, the U.S. government, or in the military, we haven't forgotten about you. At Utah State University, we value your international experience and want you to become part of our Aggie family. Below, you will find helpful information that is catered for you.
Can I get residency in Utah?Yes. Utah is one of the few states that allows college students to obtain residency. The law states: If a student who has not previously acquired domicile in Utah enrolls at a Utah system of higher education school, the student must reside in Utah for 12 continuous months and meet the other criteria below or qualify for an exception in order to gain residency for tuition purposes. If you are not a Utah resident, Click Here
Do I apply as an international or U.S. citizen?
If you have a U.S. passport, you are considered a U.S. citizen. Even if you are going to school in another country, you will still apply as a U.S. citizen.
Parents in the Military?
Many of our students come from military families. If you do not have your residency in Utah, you can apply for residency within our military exceptions. To learn more, Click Here
- Veterans of the armed forces and their dependents who establish domicile in Utah (students must prove they were discharged within the last 5 years).
- Military servicemembers and their dependents, whether active duty or on reserve assignment, assigned to Utah (includes members of the Utah National Guard).
- Eligible person entitled to benefits under 38 U.S.C. Chapter 30, Montgomery G.I. Bill – Active Duty Educational Assistance Program, or Chapter 33, Post 9/11 Educational Assistance Program.
- Utah resident assigned outside of Utah pursuant to federal permanent change of station orders (must maintain strong ties to Utah, such as Utah state taxes, Utah driver's license, etc.).
- Please print and complete the Application for In-State Tuition Based Upon Military Service Exceptions, and include the documentation listed on page two that corresponds with your exception. You may submit the documentation by mail, in person or by email to the information listed at the top of the application form.
Family graduated from USU?
If one of your parents or grandparents graduated from Utah State University, you can qualify for the Legacy Nonresident Waiver. The waiver is good until graduation and can help save you a lot of money. To learn more, Click Here
- Submit an online application for the Alumni Legacy Nonresident Waiver before the advertised deadlines.
- Apply to USU as a first-time undergraduate student.
- Have at least one parent or grandparent who earned an associate degree or higher from Utah State University.
- Meet general scholarship eligibility requirements.