P&I challenge to out-of-state tuition?
lasser at CLEMSON.EDU
Tue Sep 21 22:34:12 PDT 1999
This question came up in my undergraduate con law class today. Sorry if
it's been covered before.
After Saenz v. Roe, is it possible or likely that the courts will entertain
a privilege and immunities-based challenge to the disparity in tuition
rates charged to in- vs. out-of-state students? In many states (South
Carolina among them), students must reside in the state for 12 months, as
well as fulfilling other requirements, before they qualify for in-state
tuition. Aren't they in the same position as the welfare recipients in Saenz?
Looking forward to your thoughts,
Dept. of Political Science
Clemson, SC 29634-1509
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