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TESU residency waiver fee: 1 year, 2 graduation cycles?
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(10-11-2018, 09:22 AM)natshar Wrote:
(10-11-2018, 09:18 AM)DIGI-212 Wrote: I paid 1 residency waiver fee (with s.com discount) in September 2017 and then graduated AA in December '17 and BA in March '18.  I enrolled in a second BA prior to March graduation and recently completed a certificate that will be granted December '18 with all certificate requirements transferred in and no fees.

My daughter also paid 1 discounted waiver fee that covered AA in March '18 and BA in June '18.

I needed the AA for work by January 1st. My daughter needed the AA for a college application that was due in April but she was in the middle of her Capstone. In both cases, it was worth the risk for us to split the degrees and risk having to pay a second fee. Thankfully, it worked out in our favor.

So what you are saying is that I only to pay the fee once as long as I enroll in the second Bachelors degree prior to the graduation of the first Bachelors degree?

Since the second bachelor's degree hasn't actually been conferred, we don't know for certain that TESU won't require a second RW fee at graduation time (and I'm pretty sure they will). The only thing that DIGI-212 confirmed is being able to receive an AA in one graduation cycle and BA in the following cycle. Which I'd mentioned earlier.
Goal: BSBA-CIS & ASNSM-CS via TESU (March '19)

PROGRESS SO FAR (109.68 Cr):
  • B&M CC: American Govt & Inst, Intro Computing, Intro Astronomy w/Lab
  • CLEP/DSST: Info Sys (80), A&I Lit (76), Principles of Marketing (75), Mgmt Info Sys (467)
  • ALEKS: College Algebra, Trigonometry, Intro Statistics
  • The Institutes: Ethics 312
  • Sophia.org: Developing Effective Teams, Essentials of Managing Conflict
  • StraighterLine: English Comp I, C++ Programming, Cultural Anthropology, Principles of Management, Intro to Religion, Business Law
  • Study.com: Pers. Finance, Presentation Skills, Info Literacy, International Business, Micro & Macroeconomics, Intro Psychology, Human Growth & Development, Social Psychology, Intro Sociology, College Comp II, Business Comm, Principles of Finance, Accounting 101 & 102, Sys Analysis (in progress), Db Management, Digital Mktg (in progress), Intro Nutrition (next)
  • TEEX: Cyber 101/201/301
  • TESU: BUS-421 (Nov start)
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#12
I graduated in March of this year, and paid my waiver in February. They said a couple months ago that I would have to pay another waiver to get a certificate and/or associates degree.
Collecting grad degrees/certs!
TESU BSBA (with ASNSM) in March 2018.
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