REG 02.70.03 – Residency for Full Scholarship Undergraduate Students

Authority: Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost

History: First Issued: April 17, 2006.

Related Policies: 
UNC Policy 900.4[G]-Guidelines on the Residence Status of Students Receiving Full Scholarships

Additional References: 
NC General Statute 116-143.6
Standard Operating Practice: Residency for Full Scholarship Undergraduates 

Contact Info: Associate Vice Provost and Director of Scholarships and Financial Aid (919-515-2334)


1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Pursuant to North Carolina General Statute 116-143.6, the North Carolina State University Board of Trustees authorized the Chancellor to recognize entities as he/she may deem appropriate as providers of full scholarships for undergraduate students. Pursuant to that authority, the Chancellor will post annually a list of such providers in the Standard Operating Practice on Residency for Full Scholarship Undergraduates , at least six months prior to the semester in which it is to be effective.

1.2 Effective with the Summer II 2006 semester, NC State University will consider students who accepted admission on or after July 1, 2005 and who receive full scholarships, as defined by North Carolina General Statute 116-143.6, from the entities designated pursuant to Section 1.1, to be residents of North Carolina for all purposes intended by N.C.G.S. 116-143.6.

2. REPORT TO THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES

The Chancellor will provide the Board of Trustees with an annual report showing a list of the recognized entities and the number of students receiving full scholarships from each entity.

3. MAINTENANCE OF ENROLLMENT OF NATIVE RESIDENT NORTH CAROLINA STUDENTS

In the implementation of this regulation, and notwithstanding the conversion of non-resident full scholarship recipients designated as residents for all purposes, NC State University shall continue to meet its stated enrollment growth plan for native resident North Carolina students in the undergraduate population. NC State University shall maintain annually at least 3,857 North Carolina residents enrolled as first-year undergraduate students.