last revised 1/28/18
The source, uleadnet.org, has a lot of additional information about past, current, and pending legislation as well as about other relevant policies.
DACA recipients who meet all other requirements qualify for in-state tuition in Virginia, but otherwise undocumented students are not eligible for in-state tuition.
The District of Columbia does not provide in-state tuition to undocumented students. Each institution decides its own policies regarding tuition for undocumented students.
Maryland provides eligible undocumented students with in-state tuition at public community colleges and universities. Under SB 167, students must first attend a community college prior to qualifying for in-state tuition at a four-year institution. To qualify for in-state tuition at a community college, students must meet the following conditions:1. Attended a Maryland secondary school for at least three years2. Graduated from a Maryland high school or received a GED3. Register at a Maryland community college within four years of high school graduation or receiving a GED4. Provide documentation that the student or the student’s parent or legal guardian has filed a Maryland income tax return annually for the three years the individual attended a high school in the State To qualify for in-state tuition at a four-year college or university, a student must earn an associate’s degree or complete 60 credits at a Maryland community college before transferring. The student must also meet the following conditions:1. Meet all other conditions for in-state tuition eligibility at community colleges2. Sign affidavit stating that they will apply for permanent residency within 30 days of becoming eligible3. Register at a public four-year institution within four years of finishing a community college degree (or 60 credits)4. Provide documentation that the student or the student’s parent/legal guardian has filed a Maryland income tax return annually since the student entered community college.