In-State vs. Out-of-State Rates
Residency, for the purposes of determining tuition rates for students as in-state or out-of-state is collected first upon application to Kean University. Once matriculated, residency information is maintained by the Registrar’s Office. In order to update or have residency status reviewed please contact the Registrar via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students who have been a resident within the State of New Jersey for a period of 12 months or more, prior to enrollment are considered as in-state students. Students who have been a resident within the State of New Jersey for a period of less than 12 months, prior to enrollment are considered as out-of-state students.
Military personnel and their dependents who live in the State of New Jersey and are enrolled at Kean University will be considered as in-state students.
Residency for non-United States citizens is determined based on criteria established by federal immigration laws. Non-citizens are divided into two categories: immigrant aliens and non-immigrant aliens. The residency rules for immigrant aliens is the same as those rules for United States citizens. Non-immigrant aliens are divided further based upon their visa status. Any non-immigrant alien who is in the United States on a temporary visa (including: B,C,D,F,H,K,L,M,O,R,N,TD, NATO classifications, or those with Employment Authorization Cards) is considered an out-of-state student for purposes of tuition and fees. A non-immigrant alien with visa type A,E,G,H1B,I, and J may be eligible to be considered in-state, but must confirm their information and status with the Office of the Registrar.