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Thread: TESU Residency Waiver - How to Pay it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yana View Post
    I am planning to graduate from TESU in March. I have paid the graduation fee but can't find out how to pay residency waiver fee. I have looked under student services and on TESU website but didn't find any info. Anyone have any idea about this??
    I have applied for graduation before the winter recess, but they are yet to get back to me. I'm ready to pay! I have registered for a January TECEP, too. It asked me on the graduation form on how I'm going to handle the residency factor. I opted to pay it. Do you remember filling out the graduation form?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dfrecore View Post
    I personally would apply for graduation, and then get ready to pay the residency waiver immediately afterwards (like within a day or two). If they didn't contact me within a couple of days after application, I would contact them.
    You (and anyone) are free to do so, but two people at TESU specifically advised me to do otherwise. This course of action carries some small amount of risk. Paying the residency waiver first, as they told me to do, carries none.
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    If you wait until the graduation office notifies you it might be too late. Sometimes your graduation application isn't reviewed until 3-4 weeks before graduation (if you have pending transcripts) and if any problems come up during the review your application gets bumped to the next graduation date if the graduation office thinks the problems cannot be resolved in time. TESU should be able to tell you what the particular residency requirement is and if the residency fee is required before you apply for graduation (some students were grandfathered in under the old rules). It used to say on the academic eval if there was a residency requirement but that seems to have been removed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by creditmonsoon View Post
    I have applied for graduation before the winter recess, but they are yet to get back to me. I'm ready to pay! I have registered for a January TECEP, too. It asked me on the graduation form on how I'm going to handle the residency factor. I opted to pay it. Do you remember filling out the graduation form?
    I don't remeber having seen the question about how I will handle the residency. I have applied and paid for graduation on Dec 31. I have emailed them regarding the residency waiver and got the reply yesterday. They asked me to call the bursar's office to pay it.

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