- “Basic Facts About In-State Tuition for Undocumented Students,” National Immigration Law Center (NILC), June 14, <http://www.nilc.org/basic-facts-instate.html>. (download fact sheet for full citation)
- “State Bills on Access to Education for Immigrants,” National Immigration Law Center, June 9, 2014, <https://nilc.org/statebillsedu.html>. (download for full citation)
- “Maps: State Laws & Policies on Access to Higher Education For Immigrants,” National Immigration Law Center, June 2014, <https://nilc.org/eduaccesstoolkit2.html#maps>.
- “In-State Tuition and Unauthorized Immigrant Students” National Council of State Legislators, Feb 19, 2014, <http://www.ncsl.org/research/immigration/in-state-tuition-and-unauthorized-immigrants.aspx>.
- “Tuition Equity for Undocumented Students and DACA Grantees | Access by State,” Feb 2014, <http://unitedwedream.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/deep_education_map.pdf>.
- Dara Lind, “21 states now offer in-state tuition to unauthorized immigrants. Here’s why,” May 4, 2014, <http://www.vox.com/2014/5/4/5678762/state-DREAM-acts-in-state-tuition-immigrants-florida-virginia>.
Sources by State:
Arizona: Jen Riddle, “DACA Recipients and the Right to In-State Tuition: Litigation Commences in Arizona and Georgia” Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc., 2013, <https://cliniclegal.org/daca-recipients-and-right-state-tuition-litigation-commences-arizona-and-georgia-0>.
“Acceptable Forms of Documentation,” University of Arizona – Office of the Registrar , 2012, <http://www.registrar.arizona.edu/residency/prop300/documents.htm>.
Arkansas: AR H.B. 1008, 88th General Assembly, (2011), <http://legiscan.com/AR/research/HB1008/2011>.
Associated Press, “Arkansas Governor Says Law Bars In-State Tuition for Undocumented Students,” Diverse: Issues In Higher Education, May 28, 2008, <http://diverseeducation.com/article/11217/>.
California: “Paying for College,” The California Wellness Foundation, 2014, <http://ab540.com/Paying-for-College.html>.
“Fees, Tuition, and Estimated Student Budget” UCLA Undergraduate Admission, <http://www.admissions.ucla.edu/prospect/budget.htm>.
Colorado: Anthony Cotton, “Colorado governor signs bill for illegal immigrants’ in-state tuition,” The Denver Post, April 30, 2013, <http://www.denverpost.com/ci_23133446/gov-signs-state-tuition-bill-undocumented-colorado-students>.
Colorado ASSET, “13 States Already Have In-State Tuition,” Higher Education Access Alliance, Nov 2012 <http://www.coloradoasset.com/about/other-states/>.
Delaware: Eleanor La Prade, “Bill would offer in-state tuition for illegal immigrants,” Delaware.newszap.com, April 11, 2014 <http://delaware.newszap.com/centraldelaware/131136-70/bill-would-offer-in-state-tuition-for-illegal-immigrants>.
Jon Offredo, “Bill: In-state tuition for undocumented students,” Delaware Online, March 28, 2014, <http://www.delawareonline.com/story/firststatepolitics/2014/03/27/delaware-undocumented-children-state-tuition/6975793/>.
DE S.B. 183, 147th General Assembly, (2014), <http://legis.delaware.gov/LIS/lis147.nsf/vwLegislation/SB+183/$file/legis.html?open>.
Florida: Amanda Peterson Beadle, “Florida Legislators Approve In-State Tuition for Undocumented Students,” American Immigration Council: Immigration Impact, May 2, 2014, <http://immigrationimpact.com/2014/05/02/florida-legislators-approve-in-state-tuition-for-undocumented-students/>.
Georgia: S.B. 492, Georgia Generaly Assembly, (2007-2008) <http://www.legis.ga.gov/Legislation/20072008/85984.pdf>.
Sara Hebel, “Georgia Regents Ban Illegal Immigrants From Selective Public Colleges,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, October 13, 2010, <https://chronicle.com/article/Georgia-Regents-Ban-Illegal/124903/>.
“Residency For In State Tuition,” The University of Georgia – Undergraduate Admissions, <https://admissions.uga.edu/article/residency-for-in-state-tuition.html>.
Illinois: “Undocumented Students: DREAMer’s Pathway to College,” Chicago Public Schools College and Career Preparation, <https://www.chooseyourfuture.org/college/undocumented-students>.
Indiana: “Indiana Policy,” uLEAD Network, <http://uleadnet.org/map/indiana-policy>.
IN S.B. 279, 118th General Assembly, (2014), <http://iga.in.gov/static-documents/4/a/2/7/4a2712de/SB0279.01.INTR.pdf>.
Kentucky: “Kentucky Policy,” uLEAD Network, <http://uleadnet.org/map/kentucky-policy>
Council on Postsecondary Education, “Residency Administrative Regulation,” March 21, 2005, <http://apps.leg.wa.gov/documents/billdocs/2013-14/Pdf/Bills/Session%20Laws/Senate/6523.SL.pdf>.
Maryland: “Maryland Dream Act Frequently Asked Questions,” Montgomery College, 2014 <http://cms.montgomerycollege.edu/EDU/Department.aspx?id=48024>.
Nick Anderson and Luz Lazo, “Md. voters approve ‘Dream Act’ law,” The Washington Post, Nov 7, 2014, <http://www.washingtonpost.com/local/md-politics/md-voters-deciding-on-dream-act-law/2012/11/06/d539fe66-282f-11e2-bab2-eda299503684_story.html>.
Michigan: “Undocumented Students at U-M,” Office of Financial Aid – The University of Michigan, <http://www.finaid.umich.edu/Home/HowtoApplyforAid/UndocumentedStudents.aspx>.
Minnesota: Ginny Dodds, “Minnesota Dream Act Fact Sheet,” Minnesota Office of Higher Education, <https://www.ohe.state.mn.us/pdf/MNDreamActFactSheet.pdf>.
MN S.F. 1236, 88th Legislature, (2013-2014), <https://www.revisor.mn.gov/bills/text.php?number=SF1236&session=ls88&version=latest&session_number=0&session_year=2013>.
New Hampshire: Gary Rayno, “Senate: No tuition break for illegal immigrants’ children,” New Hampshire Union Leader, May 8, 2014, <http://www.unionleader.com/article/20140508/NEWS0621/140509070>.
New Mexico: NM S.B. 0582, 47th Legislature, (2005), <http://www.nmlegis.gov/Sessions/05%20Regular/final/SB0582.pdf>.
Ohio: “Ohio Board of Regents approves in-state tuition for DACA students,” Examiner.com, July 30, 2013, <http://www.examiner.com/article/ohio-board-of-regents-approves-state-tuition-for-daca-students>.
Karen Franks, “Ohio’s public colleges must offer in-state tuition to undocumented immigrants with temporary legal status, regents say,” Cleveland.com, July 30, 2013, <http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2013/07/public_colleges_must_charge_in.html>.
South Carolina: Benjamin Roth, “Expand in-state tuition,” Greenville Online, March 6, 2014, <http://www.greenvilleonline.com/story/opinion/contributors/2014/03/06/expand-in-state-tuition/6083029/>.
SC H. 4735, 120th General Assembly, (2013-2014), <http://www.scstatehouse.gov/sess120_2013-2014/hj14/20140220.htm#p32>.
“Tuition Rates and Fees: USC Fee Schedule 2013-14” University of South Carolina: Bursar’s Office, <http://www.sc.edu/bursar/fees.shtml>.
Texas: “Overview: Residency and In-State Tuition,” Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, 2008, <http://www.thecb.state.tx.us/reports/PDF/1528.PDF>.
Be a Longhorn, “Cost of Attending,” University of Texas at Austin: Office of Admissions, 2014, <http://bealonghorn.utexas.edu/whyut/basics/finances>.
Virginia: Amanda Peterson Beadle, “Virginia Allows DACA Recipients to Pay In-State Tuition,” American Immigration Council: Immigration Impact, April 29, 2014, <http://immigrationimpact.com/2014/04/29/virginia-allows-daca-recipients-to-pay-in-state-tuition/>.
“Herring Advises that Virginia ‘Dreamers’ Can Qualify for In-State Tuition,” Commonwealth of Virginia – Office of the Attorney General, April 29, 2014, <http://www.oag.state.va.us/Media%20and%20News%20Releases/News_Releases/Herring/042914_DACA.html>.
Washington: WA S.B. 6523, 63rd Legislature, (2014), <http://apps.leg.wa.gov/documents/billdocs/2013-14/Pdf/Bills/Session%20Laws/Senate/6523.SL.pdf>.