Arizona law requires that students who seek in-state tuition status or aid that is funded by state money to provide verification of citizenship, permanent residency or other lawful immigration status. This law applies to all students attending Eastern Arizona College.
Eastern Arizona College continues to admit all qualified students. Proposition 300 does not affect whether a student can attend EAC, but rather whether a student will be charged out-of-state tuition and denied tuition waivers, grants, scholarship assistance, financial aid, tuition assistance or any other type of financial assistance that is subsidized or paid in whole or in part with state monies.
Students must provide evidence of lawful presence in the U.S. by providing one of the following types of documentation.
Students do not have to provide Prop 300; however, they will pay out-of-state tuition rates.
All students must provide documentation of citizenship or legal resident status to the Records and Registration Office in order to be eligible for in-state tuition. This documentation may be uploaded through Gila Hank, mailed, or presented in person.
The Legislature and the federal government have designated several forms of documentation that the College will accept as evidence of citizenship, permanent residence or lawful presence. The College will keep a copy on file and record that fact in the student record system. The College will accept legible copies of any of the following documents:
Students should present ONE of the following (legible photocopy with no evidence of tampering is acceptable):
States for which licenses are not acceptable are Maryland, New Mexico, North Carolina, Utah, and Washington.