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SWGTC Admissions Procedure

 

I. Admissions Information

Admission to SWGTC is a multi-step process which consists of evaluation of prior academic experience and assessment for postsecondary readiness of eligible applicants. The admissions requirements and procedures established at Southwest Georgia Technical College (SWGTC) are not designed to be a hindrance or barrier to enrollment in a program. They are designed to assist the applicant in making a career decision based on such factors as aptitude, ability, interest, background, assessment results, and other appropriate evaluations. They follow the guidelines developed by the State Board of Technical and Adult Education and reflect concern for the applicant’s health, safety, well-being and ability to benefit from the educational opportunities available.

ADMISSIONS INFORMATION

A. Admission to SWGTC is not a guarantee of admission to a degree, diploma, or certificate program. The admissions process encourages students to enter programs in which they have a reasonable expectation of success.

B. Admission to specific programs requires that the applicants have adequate education preparation, as measured by satisfactory admission placement scores, and have completed all admission requirements. When scores on the admission placement exam and/or evaluation of admission information indicate that an applicant is not prepared to enter a particular program, the applicant will be offered the appropriate course or courses to provide the needed preparation. Information on entrance standards required for programs and other requirements unique to each program may be obtained in the Admissions Office.

Several of the College’s programs in the School of Health Sciences have competitive admissions criteria including but not limited to: admissions scores, GPA, and weighted scoring combinations whereby the top ranked students are admitted to the program. Information on competitive admissions criteria and other requirements may be obtained in the Admissions Office.

C. Applicants furnishing false, incomplete, or misleading information will be subject to rejection or dismissal without a refund.

D. Credentials submitted become and remain the property of SWGTC and will not be returned to the applicant.

ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS

A. Any individual 16 years of age or older who seeks access to quality instruction designed to develop or improve occupational competencies.

B. The President of SWGTC has the authority to waive the “16 years of age” requirement for secondary students who are participating in an articulated program of study.

APPLICATION PROCESS

A. Submit an application and $20.00 application fee to the Admissions Office. This is a non- refundable, one-time fee and should be brought in, paid on line, via phone, or mailed to:

Admissions Office Southwest Georgia Technical College 15689 U. S. Hwy 19 North Thomasville, Georgia 31792

B. Provide proof of age.

C. Submit an official high school or GED® transcript and official transcripts from all colleges attended for credit.

D. Applicants who have not taken an Admissions Placement Exam (APE) within the last five (5) years may be required to do so. SWGTC utilizes the COMPASS or ASSET, the TCSG-approved assessment instruments, when evaluating students for program readiness. However, in the place of COMPASS or ASSET, SWGTC accepts a student’s official entrance score on a validated assessment instrument (such as SAT, ACT) or Georgia High School Graduation Test (GHSGT) in English/Language Arts if the scores meet the College program’s required minimums. A 235 or higher score on the ELA portion of the GHSGT will ONLY exempt testing in writing and reading for placement into diploma and technical certificate of credit programs. This WILL NOT exempt testing for degree seeking students. If a student’s SAT, ACT, or GHSGT in English/Language Arts scores do not meet the College’s program minimums for regular admission, a student must be assessed using COMPASS or ASSET. Assessment results will be valid for placement purposes for a period of 60 months and are transferable to any Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) college. Each Technical College will develop its own retesting policy and charges may apply.

Note: Students or applicants who have successfully completed, with a “C” grade or better, transferable English and math course(s) from a regional or national accredited college, university, or other postsecondary institution recognized by the U. S. Department of Education at the time the coursework was completed, may be exempt from the admissions placement exam. These courses must be the equivalent to the entry-level English and math courses required in the applicant’s chosen program of study. There is no time requirement on these courses for most programs. For all programs in the School for Health Sciences, there is a five (5) year time limit on transferrable math courses.

E. Students preparing to enter (taking courses) for a diploma or associate degree program in the School of Health Sciences must successfully complete with a “C” or higher all ALHS, science and math courses within five (5) years and all prerequisites within two attempts. All academic history within the last (5) years, whether on campus or as a transfer student, will be considered when evaluating the number of attempts.

F. Official notification of acceptance (letter) is given to the applicant upon completion of all the above items.

G. Report for orientation when requested.

REQUIRED ACADEMIC CRITERIA

A. A General Educational Development (GED ® ) diploma or high school diploma (verified by an official transcript including graduation date and diploma type) will be required for admission to SWGTC, unless otherwise specified by the program’s standards. Home school students may follow an alternative path for admissions, described below. High school diplomas from unaccredited institutions, certificates of attendance or special education diplomas are not recognized for admission purposes. Students with diplomas from secondary schools located outside the United States must have their transcripts evaluated for equivalency by an approved outside evaluation organization. Applicants who have successfully completed (C or better) a minimum of 30 semester or 45 quarter hours at the degree level may submit official transcripts from all previously attended colleges accredited by an accepted accrediting agency in lieu of a GED® diploma or high school diploma.

B. The President of SWGTC has the authority to grant a waiver to the admissions requirement as it relates to possessing a GED® or high school diploma for those pursuing a GED® who are otherwise eligible to enroll in a specific program of study or secondary students who are otherwise eligible to enroll in a program of study that is agreed upon by the secondary school and SWGTC. However, prior to graduation from SWGTC, students in diploma, degree, and specified certificate programs must receive a GED® diploma or high school diploma.

C. In order to be accepted by SWGTC, the applicant must have been awarded a high school diploma from a secondary school that is on the TCSG approved accreditation agency list. Graduates of unaccredited high schools must obtain a (GED®) diploma.

D. Applicants of home schools located in Georgia who did not attend a recognized accredited program must adhere to the following alternative path for admission:

• Submit a Certificate of Attendance form from the local superintendent’s office a Declaration of Intent to utilize a Home Study Program from the Georgia Department of Education verifying that the parent or legal guardian complied with the requirements of home study programs as referenced in O.C.G.A. § 20-2-690.
• Submit annual progress reports or a final transcript for the equivalent of the home- schooled student’s junior and senior years. The final progress report should include the graduation date.

E. Applicants of home schools located outside the state of Georgia who did not attend a recognized accredited program must adhere to the following alternative path for admission:

• Submit annual progress reports or a final transcript for the equivalent of the home- schooled student’s junior and senior years. The final progress report should include the graduation date.
• Submit SAT or ACT scores as required by SWGTC.

ASSESSMENT
The ability of a student to succeed in a program is greatly determined by the math and language skills possessed by that student. SWGTC is committed to assisting each student to achieve at their maximum potential. All students applying for diploma, degree, and certificate programs must be assessed prior to acceptance to a program of study. Students will then be admitted in accordance with the academic standards applicable to that program.

SWGTC utilizes the COMPASS or ASSET, the TCSG-approved assessment instruments, when evaluating students for program readiness. However, in the place of COMPASS or ASSET, SWGTC accepts a student’s official entrance score on a validated assessment instrument (such as SAT, ACT), or Georgia High School Graduation Test (GHSGT) in English/Language Arts if the scores meet the College program’s required minimums. A 235 or higher score on the ELA portion of the GHSGT will ONLY exempt testing in writing and reading for placement into diplomas and technical certificate of credit programs. This WILL NOT exempt testing for degree seeking students. If a student’s SAT, ACT, or GHSGT in English/Language Arts scores do not meet the College’s program minimums for regular admission, a student must be assessed using COMPASS or ASSET. Assessment results will be valid for placement purposes for a period of 60 months and are transferable to any Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) college. Each Technical College will develop its own retesting policy and charges may apply.

Official transcripts from a regionally or nationally accredited postsecondary institution recognized by the United States Department of Education documenting equivalent program-level English and math coursework successfully completed (C or better) may be used in lieu of completing the corresponding portion of SWGTC’s assessment instrument (ASSET or COMPASS).

Admissions Categories

a. Regular Status
b. Provisional Status
c. Learning Support Status
d. Special Admit Status
e. Transient Status
f. Dual Status
g. ACCEL Status
h. Joint Status
i. Move on When Ready Status
j. Audit Status
k. Transfer Status

Minimum admissions requirements are implemented for each standard degree, diploma, or certificate program.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Competitive Admissions:
Several programs in the School of Health Sciences have competitive admissions criteria including but not limited to: admissions scores, GPA, and weighted scoring combinations whereby the top ranked students are admitted to the program. Applicants applying for one of these programs will need to complete a separate Competitive Admission Application by the posted program deadline date. Term program deadline dates are listed on the bottom of the Competitive Admission Application. Applicants without a separate Competitive Admission Application on file will NOT be considered for competition. Applicants may contact the program advisor or Admissions Office for more details. Information on competitive admissions criteria and other requirements may be obtained in the Admissions Office.

Some programs have additional requirements or prerequisite courses that must be taken prior to taking technical courses or receiving official acceptance to the program. Completion of prerequisite courses does not guarantee program admission. Advisors will discuss these requirements with the applicants.

ADMISSIONS CATEGORIES

a. Regular Status b. Provisional Status c. Learning Support Status d. Special Admit Status e. Transient Status f. Dual Status g. ACCEL Status h. Joint Status i. Move on When Ready Status j. Audit Status k. Transfer Status

Minimum admissions requirements are implemented for each standard degree, diploma or certificate program.

Regular Admission Requirements – Students who meet all requirements for admission into a selected program and are eligible to take all courses in the program curriculum are granted regular admission status.

1. Regular admission of students to a degree or diploma program is contingent upon their meeting statewide minimum admissions requirements and institutional requirements established for that specific program as outlined in the SWGTC catalog; completion of a high school diploma program or its equivalent; and proper completion of application and admission procedures.

2. Regular admission of students to a certificate program is based upon the admission requirements stated in the TCSG State Board approved Technical Certificate of Credit Program and proper completion of application and admission procedures.

3. Regular admission of transfer students to a program is contingent upon their meeting the following requirements:

a. Regular admission and good standing at a regionally or nationally accredited college, university, or other postsecondary institution; and

b. Proper completion of application and admission procedures.

Provisional Admission Requirements – Students who do not meet all requirements for regular admission into a selected program are granted provisional admission status. Provisionally admitted students may take Learning Support classes and certain specific occupational courses as long as class pre- and co-requisites are satisfied. All associate degree, diploma, and certificate program students initially admitted on a provisional basis must have satisfactorily completed the necessary prerequisite and Learning Support course work in order to progress through the State Standard Curriculum.

Learning Support Admission Requirements – Applicants who score below the provisional cut scores in English, math, and reading are granted Learning Support admission status or referred to Adult Education. Students with Learning Support admission status may not take occupational courses until achieving Provisional status. Students with Learning Support admission status are not eligible for federal aid (i.e. Pell, SEOG, or Federal Work Study).

Special Admit Admission Requirements (Non-Credential Seeking)

1. The special student admission category is designed to be an admissions method for non-award seeking students. The following specifics define the parameters of this status:

a. May apply up to a maximum of 25 quarter or 17 semester credit hours into a specific program for credential seeking purposes after achieving regular admit status. The number of hours taken as a special admit student in no way waives the admission requirements;

b. May enroll in classes only on a space-available basis;

c. Should adhere to the specific institutional prerequisite/co-requisite requirements when selecting courses; and

d. Will not be eligible for any financial aid.

NOTE: All special admit students not seeking a degree, diploma, or certificate must submit only a completed application with the required fee. It is the responsibility of special admit students to select courses appropriate to their educational and career goals and objectives. Departmental approval in writing will be required for registration in advanced courses with prerequisites. Admission placement testing and guidance and counseling services are available upon request through the Admissions Office.

Transient Admission Requirements – A student in good standing at another accredited college may be permitted to enroll as a transient student on a space-available basis at SWGTC in order to complete work to be transferred back to the home college. A transient student should be advised in writing by the home college concerning recommended courses.

Students wishing to enroll at SWGTC as a transient student must:

1. Submit an application for admission to SWGTC with a $20 non-refundable fee.

2. Present a statement or transient agreement from the Registrar or Academic Dean of the home college stating that the student is in good standing and eligible to return to that college and list the courses the student is eligible to take. A current statement or transient agreement is required for each term of enrollment.

3. Pay scheduled fees.

SWGTC students wishing to be a transient student elsewhere must be in good standing at SWGTC and all prerequisite requirements for the course or courses must be met. Good standing is defined as having a 2.0 cumulative GPA and being eligible to continue the program. Any student dismissed from a program for the 2nd time due to academic deficiency will be ineligible to receive a letter of transience to attend another technical college as the student is not considered to be in good standing. Credit hours earned as a transient student cannot exceed seventy-five percent (75%) of the course work needed for graduation from any certificate, diploma, or degree at SWGTC.

Dual Admission Requirements (Certificate and Diploma Programs)
The purpose of Dual Enrollment is to offer additional educational opportunities for Georgia high school students. Students can earn credit both from high school and from SWGTC while still in high school. Tuition, fees, and books are available to eligible students enrolled in HOPE eligible programs. Those costs associated with the program, not covered by the HOPE Grant, will be covered by the College. If a high school chooses to follow this dual enrollment plan, the specified provisions must be followed. The course specified as Dual Enrollment-HOPE must be a required technical course within a technical certificate of credit or diploma program awarded by the College. Students may take only program specific courses that are not offered at their high school but have Georgia Department of Education aligned numbers.

High school students who enroll as Dual Enrollment-HOPE students must be 16 years of age, must have met all College admission requirements for the selected program of study, and must have the permission of the high school to participate. Dual enrollment students must meet all HOPE Grant eligibility requirements in order to received HOPE Grant payment. The intent of the Dual Enrollment-HOPE Program is to offer new opportunities for secondary students rather than duplicate or supplant those programs already offered in the high school. Academic courses are not to be counted as Dual Enrollment-HOPE.

ACCEL Admission Requirements (Associate Degree Programs)
The purpose of the ACCEL Program is to provide Georgia high school students with the opportunity to earn degree-level credit hours at SWGTC, as they are simultaneously used to satisfy core-curriculum high school graduation requirements. This program offers these students the option to begin working toward a college degree, while still pursuing a high school diploma.

The ACCEL Program is administered by the Georgia Student Finance Commission. It is designed to provide participating high school students with financial assistance toward the cost of college coursework. In order to be eligible for ACCEL funds at SWGTC, a student must be approved and classified by the Eligible High School and SWGTC as a Dual Credit Enrollment Student, meet College admission requirements for the degree-level courses in the area of Humanities/Fine Arts, Social/Behavioral Sciences, Natural Sciences/Mathematics, or Other General Education Courses, and have the permission of the high school to participate.

Joint Enrollment Admission Requirements (Diploma and Certificate Programs)
The purpose of Joint Enrollment is to offer additional educational opportunities for Georgia high school students. High school students participating in Joint Enrollment must be enrolled in a diploma or a technical certificate program. Course credit is awarded only at SWGTC. Tuition, fees, and books are available to eligible students enrolled in HOPE eligible programs.

High school students who enroll as Joint Enrollment-HOPE students must be 16 years of age and have met all College admission requirements for their selected program of study. Joint enrollment students may enroll in general education academic courses, as well, as technical courses.

Move on When Ready Admission Requirements
Move on When Ready is a dual enrollment program that allows eligible high school juniors and seniors who spent the prior school year in attendance at a public high school in Georgia to take all of his or her courses at or through an eligible institution (college, university or public technical college) or a virtual course approved by the State Board of Education and receive secondary credit from his or her high school with the goal of completing graduation and high school diploma requirements.

To be eligible for participation in Move on When Ready, a student must:

1. Be a high school junior or senior seeking a high school diploma from an eligible Georgia high school;
2. Be reported as enrolled in a public school for funding purposes during the preceding October and March full-time equivalent (FTE) program counts;
3. Be enrolled full time in an eligible college or university or public technical college as a dual credit student taking approved college-level courses;
4. Be a legal resident of Georgia;
5. Maintain satisfactory academic progress towards fulfilling applicable high school graduation requirements; and
6. Meet all college admission and registration requirements.

Audit
Applicants admitted under any of the admissions categories may request to audit a course with advisor approval. Applicants wishing to audit a course must submit an application and pay the application fee and all regular fees. Credit is not awarded for courses taken on an audit basis. Courses taken on an audit basis will not be used for certification for Social Security or Veterans’ Administration education benefits. Financial aid services are not available for courses being audited. Applicants requesting to audit a course(s) are not required to take the admissions placement exam or submit transcripts. Admission will be granted on a space available basis.

Transfer Admissions Requirements

1. Applicants to SWGTC who have been previously enrolled at a postsecondary college will be considered for admission under the following conditions:

a. Applicants who are in good standing at their previous college may be accepted in good standing.

b. Applicants who are on academic warning or academic probation at their previous college may be accepted only on academic probation. A student admitted on academic probation must earn a grade point average of at least 2.0 during the first term enrolled to continue the next term.

c. Transfer students who are on academic suspension from their former institution are considered for admission to the College on the same basis as suspended students from SWGTC who apply on academic probation as indicated above. A student admitted on academic probation must earn a grade point average of at least 2.0 during the first term enrolled to continue the next semester.

2. Applicants for transfer admission must submit the following to the Admissions Office:

a. Application for admission and $20 non-refundable application fee;

b. Proof of age;

c. Official transcript(s) from all postsecondary institutions attended;

d. Official high school or GED® transcript if required for program admission;

e. Applicants who have successfully completed (C or better) a minimum of 30 semester or 45 quarter hours at the degree level may submit official transcripts from all previously attended colleges accredited by an accepted accrediting agency in lieu of a GED® or high school diploma.

f. Applicants who have not taken an entrance assessment within the last five (5) years may be required to do so. SWGTC utilizes the COMPASS or ASSET, the TCSG-approved assessment instruments, when evaluating students for program readiness. However, in the place of COMPASS or ASSET, SWGTC accepts a student’s official entrance score on a validated assessment instrument (such as SAT, ACT) or Georgia High School Graduation Test (GHSGT) in English/Language Arts if the scores meet the College program’s required minimums. A 235 or higher score on the ELA portion of the GHSGT will ONLY exempt testing in writing and reading for placement into diploma and technical certificate of credit programs. This WILL NOT exempt testing for degree seeking students. If a student’s SAT, ACT, or GHSGT in English/Language Arts scores do not meet the College’s program minimums for regular admission, a student must be assessed using COMPASS or ASSET. Assessment results will be valid for placement purposes for a period of 60 months and are transferable to any Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) college. Each Technical College will develop its own retesting policy and charges may apply.

Note: Students or applicants who have successfully completed, with a “C” grade or better, transferable English and math course(s) from a regional or national accredited college, university, or other postsecondary institution recognized by the U. S. Department of Education at the time the coursework was completed, may be exempt from the admissions placement exam. These courses must be the equivalent to the entry-level English and math courses required in the applicant’s chosen program of study. There is no time requirement on these courses for most programs. For all programs in School of Health Sciences, there is a five (5) year time limit on transferrable math courses.

Students preparing to enter (taking courses) for a diploma or associate degree program in the School of Health Sciences must successfully complete with a “C” or higher all ALHS, science and math courses within five (5) years and all prerequisites within two attempts. All academic history within the last (5) years, whether on campus or as a transfer student, will be considered when evaluating the number of attempts.

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS FOR SELECT CREDIT PROGRAMS
Entrance requirements vary and students should refer to the College catalog to obtain specific entrance requirement information.

A. Education: A high school diploma (to exclude diplomas marked as certificate of attendance or special education certificate) or Educational Development (GED®) diploma is required for admission to all programs with the exception of certain certificate programs specified in Board approved program proposals. The President of SWGTC has the authority to grant a waiver to the admissions requirement as it relates only to possessing a GED® or high school diploma for secondary students who are otherwise eligible to enroll in a program of study that is agreed upon by the secondary school and the technical college. However, prior to graduation from SWGTC students in degree, diploma, and specified certificate programs must receive a high school diploma or GED ®.

B. Age: Applicants 16 years of age or older who seek access to quality instruction designed to develop or improve occupational competencies. The President of SWGTC has the authority to waive the “16 years of age” requirement for secondary students who are participating in an articulated program of study.

C. Applicants who have not taken an entrance assessment within the last five (5) years may be required to do so. SWGTC utilizes the COMPASS or ASSET, the TCSG-approved assessment instruments, when evaluating students for program readiness. However, in the place of COMPASS or ASSET, SWGTC accepts a student’s official entrance score on a validated assessment instrument (such as SAT, ACT) or Georgia High School Graduation Test (GHSGT) in English/Language Arts if the scores meet the College program’s required minimums. A 235 or higher score on the ELA portion of the GHSGT will ONLY exempt testing in writing and reading for placement into diploma and technical certificate of credit programs. This WILL NOT exempt testing for degree seeking students. If a student’s SAT, ACT, or GHSGT in English/Language Arts scores do not meet the College’s program minimums for regular admission, a student must be assessed using COMPASS or ASSET. Assessment results will be valid for placement purposes for a period of 60 months and are transferable to any Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) college. Each Technical College will develop its own retesting policy and charges may apply.

Note: Students or applicants who have successfully completed, with a “C” grade or better, transferable English and math course(s) from a regional or national accredited college, university, or other postsecondary institution recognized by the U. S. Department of Education at the time the coursework was completed, may be exempt from the admissions placement exam. These courses must be the equivalent to the entry-level English and math courses required in the applicant’s chosen program of study. There is no time requirement on these courses for most programs. For all programs in the School of Health Sciences, there is a five (5) year time limit on transferrable math courses.

Students preparing to enter (taking courses for) a diploma or associate degree program in the School of Health Sciences must complete all ALHS and prerequisite courses within five (5) years and two attempts.

D. Health: Applicants must be physically able to attend school regularly and must meet the physical demands for the course in which they plan to enroll. Physical examinations for most Allied Health applicants are required after official acceptance to the program. Physical forms will be issued at the proper time.

E. Criminal background checks: Required by most programs in the School for Health Sciences, Criminal Justice Technology, and Early Childhood Care and Education.

F. Competitive Admissions: Several programs in the School of Health Sciences are based on competitive admissions criteria. Applicants applying for one of these programs will need to complete a separate Competitive Admission Application by the posted program deadline date. Term program deadline dates are listed on the bottom of the Competitive Admission Application. Applicants without a separate Competitive Admission Application on file will NOT be considered for competition. Applicants may contact the program advisor or admissions office for more details. Information on competitive admissions criteria and other requirements may be obtained in the Admissions Office.

Some programs have additional requirements or prerequisite courses that must be taken prior to taking technical courses or receiving official acceptance to the program. Completion of prerequisite courses does not guarantee program admission. Advisors will discuss these requirements with the applicants.

ADMISSIONS APPEAL
Applicants have the right to appeal an admission decision to SWGTC. Appeals should be made in writing to the Vice President for Student Affairs of SWGTC within three (3) working days of receiving notification of the admission status. The written document must include specific details supporting the appeal.

NON-CREDIT COURSES
Non-credit courses, such as workshops and seminars, are designed to meet the needs of residents, business, industries and agencies that are not met through credit programs. The courses vary in length, depending upon the objectives of the course. A course can be started whenever the need arises, but many are offered each term. Bulletins containing courses and schedule information are published and distributed each semester.

READMISSION
Students dismissed or suspended from the College because of administrative action, absenteeism, or academic reasons may apply to re-enter at the beginning of any term following the dismissal or suspension period if appropriate courses can be arranged. Application to re-enter must be made through the Office of Admissions. Students who withdraw voluntarily must also re-apply through the Admissions Office if they have been away for more than one semester. Reapplication does not mandate acceptance.

LEGAL RESIDENT – STATE OF GEORGIA
To be classified as an in-state student for tuition purposes, a student must meet the Georgia Residency Requirements of the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG) for at least 12 consecutive months immediately preceding the first day of classes of the school term for which the student is seeking in-state tuition. Determining a student’s residency status is based on objective circumstances that indicate a student’s intent to maintain a permanent presence or domicile in the State of Georgia. No single factor is conclusive. There is no set number of factors required to be met to document residence.

Due to a reciprocal agreement, Alabama students are not subject to out-of-state tuition. Students residing in Florida counties contiguous to the Southwest Georgia Technical College service area (Jefferson, Leon, Gadsden) are not subject to out-of-state tuition.

OUT-OF-STATE APPLICANTS
Out-of state applicants are encouraged to apply for admission to SWGTC. Every effort is made to accommodate as many students as possible.

NONDISCRIMINATION
In accordance with the Statement of Equal Opportunity, SWGTC will not discriminate in admissions.

 

Responsibility

The Vice President for Student Affairs has overall responsibility for ensuring this procedure is implemented.


 

Reference

TCSG V.B.1. Admissions
TCSG V.B.3. Procedure: Residency

Adopted 9-4-90

Revised: 08-06-96; 0 4-21-97; 04-06-99; 05-17-99; 12-05-00; 02-01-05; 03-31-05; 07-24-07;

01-18-08; 07-14-09; 04-14-10; 02-22-11; 01-15-13; 08-26-14

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