Residence of Students
Persons residing within the public school districts of Clearwater R-1, Doniphan R-1, East Carter R-II, Greenville R-II, Naylor R-II, Neelyville R-IV, Poplar Bluff R-1, Ripley County R-III, Ripley County R-IV, Twin Rivers R-X, and Van Buren R-1 pay local property taxes and are charged in-district tuition.

Persons residing elsewhere in Missouri or any other state are charged out-of-district tuition, effective 8/1/2020.

In determining the residence of an individual, there should be sufficient proof of domicile within the College District for a period of 12 months. There must be sufficient proof of intent to make the College District a permanent home for an indefinite period with continuous residence in the College District during periods not enrolled as a student.

If a question arises concerning the residency status of the student, it shall be the responsibility of the student to prove residency within the College District. The student can petition the Office of the Registrar for a change of residency. The student needs to submit a completed Residency Evaluation Form with the supporting evidence to the Office of the Registrar. Any change in the student's residency status will not be retroactive.

The following documents can be used as supporting evidence:
  • Ownership of home within the College District.
  • Payment of property taxes within the College District.
  • Residence within the College District upon marriage to a resident and maintenance of common domicile within the College District.
  • Proof of address within the College District for 12 months:
    • Driver's license showing current address within the College District.
    • Voter Registration within the College District.
    • Lease/Rental Agreement.
    • Utility bills.
    • DD214 for Veterans & Dependents.
The Residency Evaluation Form, along with all supporting documentation, must be submitted to the Office of the Registrar no later than the following deadlines:
  • Fall semester - September 1
  • Spring semester - February 1
  • Summer session - June 1

If you have any questions, please contact the Office of the Registrar at 573-840-9665.

Three RiversCollegeis an equal opportunity institution that commits itself to the policy that there will be no unlawful discrimination against any person because of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability, or national origin.

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