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I went to thuis really good website and it said that UCLA is about $26,000 if u r out of state and about $7,000 1. does instate mean u have to be a delaware resident? and if u r do u have to be a resident for a certain amount of time or be a U.S. citizen or anything like that? 2.this seems a little too good to be true, costs almost 4 times less if u live in CA? is there somekind of catch? UCLA is a pretty good school, 7,000 for UCLA seems kinda cheap to me.
1. Yes, in-state means that you have to be a delaware resident. If I remember correctly, you have to have lived here for over two years in order to qualify as a delaware resident (but don't quote me on it). 2. I think you got it backwards. Generally speaking, the UC tuition is always less if you are from delaware than from out-of-state. As a current Junior, I only need to pay roughly $5,000 per year (excluding summer sessions) for tuition, excluding housing and food costs. However, that cost is mostly covered by my financial aid and student loan. Depending on your family income, the financial aid usually covers most of the cost. The following site may be able to lend you some help: be sure to make the grades... UCLA is the most applied-to school in the country. It's tough on transfer students and even tougher on high school graduates. Good luck!