A person on active duty with the armed services of the United States of America who has been assigned a permanent duty station in Nebraska, or the spouse or dependent of an individual who has been assigned permanent duty station in Nebraska may be considered a resident for tuition purposes. Veterans of all branches of the U.S. armed services who are graduates of a Nebraska high school, have been honorably discharged from the military and return to Nebraska to establish a home are eligible to attend the University of Nebraska at in-state (resident) tuition rates without having to first meet the 12-month domicile rule.
Instructions: Provide an Affidavit of Intent, and official documentation from the military personnel office indicating active duty and permanent duty station in Nebraska.
A person who is a dependent of a Nebraska resident on active military duty will be granted resident tuition status if he/she verifies that he/she is a spouse or a dependent for federal income tax purposes of an individual meeting the qualifications.
Instructions: Provide an Affidavit of Intent, and official documentation from the military personnel office indicating active duty and verifying that Nebraska is Home of Record. Dependents or spouses of active duty military should provide a copy of the military orders of the spouse, parent or guardian verifying dependent status.
For information on NU's policy on students called to military service including deployment/extended TDY please see Executive Memorandum 23.