(1) A student shall report under the proper residency classification, which includes the following actions:
(a) Raising a question concerning residency classification;
(b) Making application for change of residency classification with the designated office or person at the institution; and
(c) Notifying the designated office or person at the institution immediately upon a change in residency.
(2) If a student fails to notify an institutional official of a change in residency, an institutional official may investigate and evaluate the student's residency status.
(a) If a student fails to provide, by the date specified by the institution, information required by an institution in a determination of residency status, the student shall be notified by the institution that the review has been canceled and that a determination has been made.
(b) Notification shall be made by registered mail, return receipt requested.
(c) Notification shall be made within ten (10) calendar days after the deadline for receipt of materials has passed.
(a) The formal hearing conducted by an institution and the final recommended order shall be a final administrative action with no appeal to the Council on Postsecondary Education.
(b) A formal administrative hearing conducted by the Council on Postsecondary Education for residency determinations related to eligibility for the Academic Common Market and Regional Contract Programs shall be conducted pursuant to the provisions of KRS Chapter 13B and 13 KAR 2:070. The recommended order issued by the President of the Council shall be a final administrative action.
(5) A student shall not be entitled to appeal a determination of residency status if the determination made by an institution is because a student has failed to meet published deadlines for the submission of information as set forth in subsection (3) of this section. A student may request a review of a determination of residency status in a subsequent academic term.