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Board of Regents State Residency Policy
Based on Montana Board of Regents Policy 940.1: A person may be classified as in-state following a 12 month continuous period of domicile in Montana with a documented and dated intent to become a resident of Montana.

The 12 month period does not begin to run until an act indicative of intent to become a Montana resident is taken.

The following will serve as such indicators:

  • an automobile belonging to the person seeking in-state status is registered in Montana,
  • a Montana driver’s license is acquired,
  • Montana voter registration is acquired,
  • a principal residence is purchased, and/or
  • a resident Montana individual income tax return is filed.

Only in the event that none of the above indicators are appropriate, the person seeking in-state status may file an affidavit of intent to establish residency. A form may be obtained from and must be returned to Student Services. This form must be submitted to Student Services one month before the start of classes.

Other actions may be considered as indicators provided that the action is clearly indicative of an intent to establish residency and is not an action that students routinely take.

For questions regarding residency and to view the entire Board of Regents policy, please contact Student Services.

Custer County (In-District) Residency
At Miles Community College, indicators for students seeking in-district residency status are:

  • an automobile belonging to the person seeking in-district status is registered in Custer County,
  • a Montana driver’s license is acquired and has a Custer County address,
  • a principal residence is purchased in Custer County, and/or
  • a resident Montana individual income tax return is filed and has a Custer County address.

Out-of-State Residency
Miles Community College students who do not have either in-state or in-district residency status are classified as out-of-state residents.

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