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|Fall: August 1st||Fall: April 1st|
|Spring: December 1st||Spring: October 1st|
|Summer: April 15th||Summer: March 1st|
**The Doctoral Record of Progress form will be sent to the major adviser when the Graduate School receives notice of the final defense. Announcement of a doctoral candidate's defense must be submitted to the Graduate School at least TWO WEEKS prior to the date of the defense. Submit announcements by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If I'm an out-of-state student, how can I qualify for in-state tuition?
Residence Status of Native American
Board Policy 520.1 (Revised January 29, 1989)
Native American people in other states belonging to tribes that formerly lived in Arkansas before relocation, and whose names are on the rolls in tribal headquarters, shall be classified as in-state students of Arkansas for tuition and fee purposes on all campuses of the University of Arkansas. Tribes so identified include the Caddo, Cherokee, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Creek, Delaware, Kickapoo, Osage, Peoria, Quapaw, Shawnee, and Tunica.
Members of the Armed Forces and Their Dependent
Board Policy 520.7 (Revised January 18, 1985)
Effective January 1, 1975, members of the Armed Forces who are stationed in the state of Arkansas pursuant to military orders, and their unemancipated dependents, shall be entitled to classification as in-state students for fee-paying purposes (per Arkansas Stat. Ann. 80-3366).
Persons continuously domiciled in Arkansas for at least twelve consecutive months, who enter active military service from this state and who maintain Arkansas as the permanent home of record while on active military duty, and their dependents, shall be entitled to classification as in-state students for fee-paying purposes. This provision is forfeited if the military person does not return to Arkansas within twelve months after separation, discharge, or retirement from active duty
Persons serving in active military service who demonstrate a change of bona fide domicile from another state to Arkansas at least twelve consecutive months prior to separation, discharge, or retirement from active military duty, and their dependents, shall be entitled to classification as in-state students for fee-paying purposes. This provision is forfeited if the military person does not return to Arkansas within twelve months after separation, discharge, or retirement from active duty.
The Academic Common Market is an interstate agreement among Southern states for sharing uncommon academic programs. Participating states are able to make arrangements for their residents who qualify for admission to enroll as in-state students for fee purposes.
The Common Market concept recognizes that it is impractical for every state to attempt development of programs in every field of knowledge. Each Southern state has programs which are not offered in some of the other states and which can accommodate additional students. Through the sharing of such programs, the market assists in eliminating unnecessary duplication and in increasing access to programs which meet the educational needs of the citizens of the South.
To enroll as an Academic Common Market student, you must:
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