Supplemental Items

HB 118, HB 144, and HB 102 NON-RESIDENT TUITION EXEMPTION deadlines:

 

FALL

MAR 15 -APPLICATION OPENS

AUG 1 - PRIORITY DEADLINE


SEP 06 - LAST DAY TO APPLY

SEP 08 - LAST DAY FOR STATUS TO BE UPDATED

SPRING

OCT 1 - APPLICATION OPENS

DEC 1 - PRIORITY DEADLINE


JAN 25 - LAST DAY TO APPLY

JAN 28 - LAST DAY FOR STATUS TO BE UPDATED

SUMMER

RESIDENT TUITION IS CHARGED TO ALL STUDENTS


RESIDENT TUITION WILL NOT CONTINUE TO BE AWARDED AFTER SUMMER FOR STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT APPLIED FOR AND GRANTED RESIDENCY.

HB 118 NON-RESIDENT TUITION EXEMPTION REQUEST

WHAT IS HB 118?

Any student who holds a valid non-immigrant visa who meets all the following requirements shall be exempt from paying the nonresident portion of the total tuition at Utah Valley University. Student information provided in this affidavit is strictly confidential unless disclosure is required by law.

HOW TO QUALIFY FOR HB 118

To qualify for the HB 118 tuition waiver a student must:

  1. Be admitted as a student to Utah Valley University.
  2. Have attended high school in the state of Utah for three or more years.
  3. Must have graduated from a Utah high school or the equivalent of a high school diploma (e.g. GED) prior to the start of the term.
  4. Students meeting the criteria will have the non-Utah Resident portion of their tuition waived but will continue to be classified as non- Utah Residents for tuition purposes.
  5. Applicants must hold a valid non-immigrant visa such as F1, F2, and other valid non immigrant visa types

HOW TO APPLY FOR HB 118

Once you are admitted as a student to the University, complete the HB 118 Affidavit for Non-Resident Tuition Exemption form online. Click apply now, select HB 118 Tuition Waiver, sign in, and submit form.

Make sure you also submit your official high school transcript with a graduation date listed.

The General Scholarship Application must be completed in order to access the HB 118 Affidavit for Non-Resident Tuition Exemption form.

Apply Now

Please note: If you have attended multiple institutions in the State of Utah, you must fill out an HB 118 affidavit at each institution you attend.

HB 144 Non-Resident Tuition Exemption Request

What is HB 144?

In 2002, the Utah legislature passed House Bill 144 (HB 144). This legislation allows qualifying undocumented immigrant students to pay in-state tuition at a Utah college or university.

How To Qualify for HB 144

To qualify for the HB 144 tuition waiver a student must:

  1. Be admitted as a student to Utah Valley University.
  2. Have attended high school in the state of Utah for three or more years.
  3. Must have graduated from a Utah high school or the equivalent of a high school diploma (e.g. GED) prior to the start of the term
  4. Cannot have registered for college classes prior to the Fall of the 2002-2003 academic school year.
  5. Cannot hold a non-immigrant visa.
  6. Must have filed an application to legalize their immigration status or be willing to file an application when they become eligible.

How To Apply for HB 144

Once you are admitted as a student to the University, complete the HB 144 Affidavit for Non-Resident Tuition Exemption form online. Click apply now, select HB 144 Tuition Waiver, sign in, and submit form.

Make sure you also submit your official high school transcript with a graduation date listed.

The General Scholarship Application must be completed in order to access the HB 144 Affidavit for Non-Resident Tuition Exemption form.

Apply now 

Please note: If you have attended multiple institutions in the State of Utah, you must fill out an HB 144 affidavit at each institution you attend.

 

 

HB 102 NON-RESIDENT TUITION EXEMPTION REQUEST

Utah State Legislature approved House Bill 102 to take effect May 3rd, 2023. This legislature allows qualifying students who meet all the following requirements to be exempt from paying the nonresident portion of the total tuition at Utah Valley University.   

HOW TO QUALIFY FOR HB 102

  • Be admitted as a student to Utah Valley University.  
  • Have in good faith submitted an application for one of the following statuses: Permanent resident status, refugee status, humanitarian parole, temporary protected status, or asylum under United States immigration law.  
  • Students meeting the criteria will have the non-Utah Resident portion of their tuition waived but will continue to be classified as non- Utah Residents for tuition purposes. 

 

HOW TO APPLY FOR HB 102

  • Once you are admitted as a student to the University, complete the HB 102 application for Non-Resident Tuition Exemption form online. Click apply now, select HB 102 Tuition Waiver, sign in, and submit form. 
  • Students must submit valid and unexpired documentation. The burden is on the student to prove that they are eligible for resident student status prior to the first day of classes for the term the student seeks to attend as a resident student. Students must submit documentation by the established deadlines on the admissions website. 
  • The General Scholarship Application must be completed to access the HB 102 application for Non-Resident Tuition Exemption Form. 

 apply now

Students who have been grantedpermanent resident status, refugee status, humanitarian parole, temporary protected status, or asylum are encouraged to apply for residency reclassification for tuition purposes.    

If you have attended multiple institutions in the State of Utah, you must fill out an HB 102 application at each institution you attend. 

 
Headshot of Wilson the Wolverine

Questions? Ask Wilson