Arizona voters to have final say on in-state tuition rates

By Madeline Bautista | Glendale Star Contributing Writer

A ballot measure in support of noncitizen residents receiving in-state tuition and financial aid will be presented to Arizona voters in the Nov. 8, 2022, election. 

Sen. Paul Boyer (R-20) introduced the ballot measure known as the Senate Concurrent Resolution 1044 to the Arizona State Senate. In March, the ballot measure passed 17-13 in support of putting SCR 1044 on the ballot. 

SCR 1044 may revoke Arizona Proposition 300, which prohibited noncitizens and people without legal residential status from receiving in-state tuition. 

About 71% of voters approved Proposition 300 in the 2006 ballot. 

In-state tuition rates more than doubled for DACA recipients and Dreamers. At ASU, the average in-state tuition is $11,338 and out-of-state tuition is $29,428. 

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