Application for Classification as a Resident Student at Indiana University for Fee-Paying Purposes. (PDF)
State tuition reciprocity agreements are arrangements between two or more states where the citizens of a defined region in one state can enroll at identified institutions in another state (and vice versa) for a reduced tuition charge. The states of Indiana and Kentucky desire to provide postsecondary opportunities for the residents of designated counties in both states. Under this agreement, eligible students will be assessed tuition and fees at the enrolling institutions rate, unless otherwise stated in this agreement.
The period covered by this Agreement is: July 1, 2007 - June 30, 2013. If this agreement is not renewed, enrolled reciprocity students may complete their degree programs with state support at reciprocal rates of tuition or at the then-current rate as otherwise specficied so long as they maintain continuous enrollment.
The five counties of Bullitt, Jefferson, Oldham, Meade, Shelby, and Trimble in Kentucky are under this agreement with IU Southeast.
Students must still meet the basic 12-month residency rule as defined in Rule 1 of the "Rules Determining Resident and Nonresident Student Status for Indiana University Fee Purposes."
For maps and additional information check the information for Kentucky students page.