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Public Act 093-0007


 

Public Act 93-0007 of the 93rd General Assembly


Public Act 93-0007

HB0060 Enrolled                      LRB093 02651 NHT 02661 b

    AN ACT concerning higher education.

    Be it enacted by the People of  the  State  of  Illinois,
represented in the General Assembly:

    Section  5.  The University of Illinois Act is amended by
adding Section 7e-5 as follows:

    (110 ILCS 305/7e-5 new)
    Sec. 7e-5.  In-state tuition charge.
    (a)  Notwithstanding any other provision of  law  to  the
contrary,  for  tuition purposes, the Board of Trustees shall
deem an individual an Illinois resident, until the individual
establishes a residence outside of this State, if all of  the
following conditions are met:
         (1)  The  individual  resided with his or her parent
    or guardian while attending  a  public  or  private  high
    school in this State.
         (2)  The  individual  graduated  from  a  public  or
    private  high school or received the equivalent of a high
    school diploma in this State.
         (3)  The individual attended school  in  this  State
    for  at  least  3  years  as  of  the date the individual
    graduated from high school or received the equivalent  of
    a high school diploma.
         (4)  The individual registers as an entering student
    in   the  University  not  earlier  than  the  2003  fall
    semester.
         (5)  In the case of  an  individual  who  is  not  a
    citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, the
    individual  provides  the  University  with  an affidavit
    stating that the individual will file an  application  to
    become  a  permanent resident of the United States at the
    earliest opportunity the individual is eligible to do so.
    (b)  This Section applies only to tuition for a  term  or
semester  that  begins on or after the effective date of this
amendatory Act of the 93rd General Assembly. Any revenue lost
by the University  in  implementing  this  Section  shall  be
absorbed by the University Income Fund.

    Section  10.  The Southern Illinois University Management
Act is amended by adding Section 8d-5 as follows:

    (110 ILCS 520/8d-5 new)
    Sec. 8d-5.  In-state tuition charge.
    (a)  Notwithstanding any other provision of  law  to  the
contrary,  for  tuition  purposes,  the  Board  shall deem an
individual  an  Illinois  resident,  until   the   individual
establishes  a residence outside of this State, if all of the
following conditions are met:
         (1)  The individual resided with his or  her  parent
    or  guardian  while  attending  a  public or private high
    school in this State.
         (2)  The  individual  graduated  from  a  public  or
    private high school or received the equivalent of a  high
    school diploma in this State.
         (3)  The  individual  attended  school in this State
    for at least 3  years  as  of  the  date  the  individual
    graduated  from high school or received the equivalent of
    a high school diploma.
         (4)  The individual registers as an entering student
    in  the  University  not  earlier  than  the  2003   fall
    semester.
         (5)  In  the  case  of  an  individual  who is not a
    citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, the
    individual provides  the  University  with  an  affidavit
    stating  that  the individual will file an application to
    become a permanent resident of the United States  at  the
    earliest opportunity the individual is eligible to do so.
    (b)  This  Section  applies only to tuition for a term or
semester that begins on or after the effective date  of  this
amendatory Act of the 93rd General Assembly. Any revenue lost
by  the  University  in  implementing  this  Section shall be
absorbed by the University Income Fund.

    Section 15.  The Chicago State University Law is  amended
by adding Section 5-88 as follows:

    (110 ILCS 660/5-88 new)
    Sec. 5-88.  In-state tuition charge.
    (a)  Notwithstanding  any  other  provision of law to the
contrary, for tuition  purposes,  the  Board  shall  deem  an
individual   an   Illinois  resident,  until  the  individual
establishes a residence outside of this State, if all of  the
following conditions are met:
         (1)  The  individual  resided with his or her parent
    or guardian while attending  a  public  or  private  high
    school in this State.
         (2)  The  individual  graduated  from  a  public  or
    private  high school or received the equivalent of a high
    school diploma in this State.
         (3)  The individual attended school  in  this  State
    for  at  least  3  years  as  of  the date the individual
    graduated from high school or received the equivalent  of
    a high school diploma.
         (4)  The individual registers as an entering student
    in   the  University  not  earlier  than  the  2003  fall
    semester.
         (5)  In the case of  an  individual  who  is  not  a
    citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, the
    individual  provides  the  University  with  an affidavit
    stating that the individual will file an  application  to
    become  a  permanent resident of the United States at the
    earliest opportunity the individual is eligible to do so.
    (b)  This Section applies only to tuition for a  term  or
semester  that  begins on or after the effective date of this
amendatory Act of the 93rd General Assembly. Any revenue lost
by the University  in  implementing  this  Section  shall  be
absorbed by the University Income Fund.

    Section  20.  The  Eastern  Illinois  University  Law  is
amended by adding Section 10-88 as follows:

    (110 ILCS 665/10-88 new)
    Sec. 10-88.  In-state tuition charge.
    (a)  Notwithstanding  any  other  provision of law to the
contrary, for tuition  purposes,  the  Board  shall  deem  an
individual   an   Illinois  resident,  until  the  individual
establishes a residence outside of this State, if all of  the
following conditions are met:
         (1)  The  individual  resided with his or her parent
    or guardian while attending  a  public  or  private  high
    school in this State.
         (2)  The  individual  graduated  from  a  public  or
    private  high school or received the equivalent of a high
    school diploma in this State.
         (3)  The individual attended school  in  this  State
    for  at  least  3  years  as  of  the date the individual
    graduated from high school or received the equivalent  of
    a high school diploma.
         (4)  The individual registers as an entering student
    in   the  University  not  earlier  than  the  2003  fall
    semester.
         (5)  In the case of  an  individual  who  is  not  a
    citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, the
    individual  provides  the  University  with  an affidavit
    stating that the individual will file an  application  to
    become  a  permanent resident of the United States at the
    earliest opportunity the individual is eligible to do so.
    (b)  This Section applies only to tuition for a  term  or
semester  that  begins on or after the effective date of this
amendatory Act of the 93rd General Assembly. Any revenue lost
by the University  in  implementing  this  Section  shall  be
absorbed by the University Income Fund.

    Section   25.  The  Governors  State  University  Law  is
amended by adding Section 15-88 as follows:

    (110 ILCS 670/15-88 new)
    Sec. 15-88.  In-state tuition charge.
    (a)  Notwithstanding any other provision of  law  to  the
contrary,  for  tuition  purposes,  the  Board  shall deem an
individual  an  Illinois  resident,  until   the   individual
establishes  a residence outside of this State, if all of the
following conditions are met:
         (1)  The individual resided with his or  her  parent
    or  guardian  while  attending  a  public or private high
    school in this State.
         (2)  The  individual  graduated  from  a  public  or
    private high school or received the equivalent of a  high
    school diploma in this State.
         (3)  The  individual  attended  school in this State
    for at least 3  years  as  of  the  date  the  individual
    graduated  from high school or received the equivalent of
    a high school diploma.
         (4)  The individual registers as an entering student
    in  the  University  not  earlier  than  the  2003   fall
    semester.
         (5)  In  the  case  of  an  individual  who is not a
    citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, the
    individual provides  the  University  with  an  affidavit
    stating  that  the individual will file an application to
    become a permanent resident of the United States  at  the
    earliest opportunity the individual is eligible to do so.
    (b)  This  Section  applies only to tuition for a term or
semester that begins on or after the effective date  of  this
amendatory Act of the 93rd General Assembly. Any revenue lost
by  the  University  in  implementing  this  Section shall be
absorbed by the University Income Fund.

    Section 30.  The Illinois State University Law is amended
by adding Section 20-88 as follows:

    (110 ILCS 675/20-88 new)
    Sec. 20-88.  In-state tuition charge.
    (a)  Notwithstanding any other provision of  law  to  the
contrary,  for  tuition  purposes,  the  Board  shall deem an
individual  an  Illinois  resident,  until   the   individual
establishes  a residence outside of this State, if all of the
following conditions are met:
         (1)  The individual resided with his or  her  parent
    or  guardian  while  attending  a  public or private high
    school in this State.
         (2)  The  individual  graduated  from  a  public  or
    private high school or received the equivalent of a  high
    school diploma in this State.
         (3)  The  individual  attended  school in this State
    for at least 3  years  as  of  the  date  the  individual
    graduated  from high school or received the equivalent of
    a high school diploma.
         (4)  The individual registers as an entering student
    in  the  University  not  earlier  than  the  2003   fall
    semester.
         (5)  In  the  case  of  an  individual  who is not a
    citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, the
    individual provides  the  University  with  an  affidavit
    stating  that  the individual will file an application to
    become a permanent resident of the United States  at  the
    earliest opportunity the individual is eligible to do so.
    (b)  This  Section  applies only to tuition for a term or
semester that begins on or after the effective date  of  this
amendatory Act of the 93rd General Assembly. Any revenue lost
by  the  University  in  implementing  this  Section shall be
absorbed by the University Income Fund.

    Section 35.  The Northeastern Illinois University Law  is
amended by adding Section 25-88 as follows:

    (110 ILCS 680/25-88 new)
    Sec. 25-88.  In-state tuition charge.
    (a)  Notwithstanding  any  other  provision of law to the
contrary, for tuition  purposes,  the  Board  shall  deem  an
individual   an   Illinois  resident,  until  the  individual
establishes a residence outside of this State, if all of  the
following conditions are met:
         (1)  The  individual  resided with his or her parent
    or guardian while attending  a  public  or  private  high
    school in this State.
         (2)  The  individual  graduated  from  a  public  or
    private  high school or received the equivalent of a high
    school diploma in this State.
         (3)  The individual attended school  in  this  State
    for  at  least  3  years  as  of  the date the individual
    graduated from high school or received the equivalent  of
    a high school diploma.
         (4)  The individual registers as an entering student
    in   the  University  not  earlier  than  the  2003  fall
    semester.
         (5)  In the case of  an  individual  who  is  not  a
    citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, the
    individual  provides  the  University  with  an affidavit
    stating that the individual will file an  application  to
    become  a  permanent resident of the United States at the
    earliest opportunity the individual is eligible to do so.
    (b)  This Section applies only to tuition for a  term  or
semester  that  begins on or after the effective date of this
amendatory Act of the 93rd General Assembly. Any revenue lost
by the University  in  implementing  this  Section  shall  be
absorbed by the University Income Fund.

    Section  40.  The  Northern  Illinois  University  Law is
amended by adding Section 30-88 as follows:

    (110 ILCS 685/30-88 new)
    Sec. 30-88.  In-state tuition charge.
    (a)  Notwithstanding any other provision of  law  to  the
contrary,  for  tuition  purposes,  the  Board  shall deem an
individual  an  Illinois  resident,  until   the   individual
establishes  a residence outside of this State, if all of the
following conditions are met:
         (1)  The individual resided with his or  her  parent
    or  guardian  while  attending  a  public or private high
    school in this State.
         (2)  The  individual  graduated  from  a  public  or
    private high school or received the equivalent of a  high
    school diploma in this State.
         (3)  The  individual  attended  school in this State
    for at least 3  years  as  of  the  date  the  individual
    graduated  from high school or received the equivalent of
    a high school diploma.
         (4)  The individual registers as an entering student
    in  the  University  not  earlier  than  the  2003   fall
    semester.
         (5)  In  the  case  of  an  individual  who is not a
    citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, the
    individual provides  the  University  with  an  affidavit
    stating  that  the individual will file an application to
    become a permanent resident of the United States  at  the
    earliest opportunity the individual is eligible to do so.
    (b)  This  Section  applies only to tuition for a term or
semester that begins on or after the effective date  of  this
amendatory Act of the 93rd General Assembly. Any revenue lost
by  the  University  in  implementing  this  Section shall be
absorbed by the University Income Fund.

    Section  45.  The  Western  Illinois  University  Law  is
amended by adding Section 35-88 as follows:

    (110 ILCS 690/35-88 new)
    Sec. 35-88.  In-state tuition charge.
    (a)  Notwithstanding any other provision of  law  to  the
contrary,  for  tuition  purposes,  the  Board  shall deem an
individual  an  Illinois  resident,  until   the   individual
establishes  a residence outside of this State, if all of the
following conditions are met:
         (1)  The individual resided with his or  her  parent
    or  guardian  while  attending  a  public or private high
    school in this State.
         (2)  The  individual  graduated  from  a  public  or
    private high school or received the equivalent of a  high
    school diploma in this State.
         (3)  The  individual  attended  school in this State
    for at least 3  years  as  of  the  date  the  individual
    graduated  from high school or received the equivalent of
    a high school diploma.
         (4)  The individual registers as an entering student
    in  the  University  not  earlier  than  the  2003   fall
    semester.
         (5)  In  the  case  of  an  individual  who is not a
    citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, the
    individual provides  the  University  with  an  affidavit
    stating  that  the individual will file an application to
    become a permanent resident of the United States  at  the
    earliest opportunity the individual is eligible to do so.
    (b)  This  Section  applies only to tuition for a term or
semester that begins on or after the effective date  of  this
amendatory Act of the 93rd General Assembly. Any revenue lost
by  the  University  in  implementing  this  Section shall be
absorbed by the University Income Fund.

    Section 50. The Public Community College Act  is  amended
by adding Section 6-4a as follows:

    (110 ILCS 805/6-4a new)
    Sec. 6-4a. In-state tuition charge.
    (a)  Notwithstanding  any  other  provision of law to the
contrary,  for  tuition  purposes,  a  board  shall  deem  an
individual  an  Illinois  resident,  until   the   individual
establishes  a residence outside of this State, if all of the
following conditions are met:
         (1) The individual resided with his or her parent or
    guardian while attending a public or private high  school
    in this State.
         (2)  The  individual  graduated  from  a  public  or
    private  high school or received the equivalent of a high
    school diploma in this State.
         (3) The individual attended school in this State for
    at least 3 years as of the date the individual  graduated
    from  high  school  or  received the equivalent of a high
    school diploma.
         (4) The individual registers as an entering  student
    in  the  community college not earlier than the 2003 fall
    semester.
         (5) In the case  of  an  individual  who  is  not  a
    citizen or a permanent resident of the United States, the
    individual   provides   the  community  college  with  an
    affidavit  stating  that  the  individual  will  file  an
    application to become a permanent resident of the  United
    States  at  the  earliest  opportunity  the individual is
    eligible to do so.
    (b) This Section applies only to tuition for  a  term  or
semester  that  begins on or after the effective date of this
amendatory Act of the 93rd General Assembly.

    Section 99.  Effective date.  This Act takes effect  upon
becoming law.

Effective Date: 5/20/2003