What are valid forms of proof of residency?
A valid form of proof of residency is one that shows:
- the student's home address, and
- the student's primary legal guardian or parent name, and
- is currently dated and/or no more than 3 months old.
Examples of valid forms of proof of residency are:
- cable/internet/wifi bill
- water bill
- electric bill
- garbage and disposal bill
- internet bill
- landline phone bill
- closing documents
- *RV Park bill (or an RV rental agreement)
- *residential lease agreement
(*) Any short term contracts or indefinite living arrangements may be subject to a home visit.
Examples of invalid forms of proof of residency are:
- water well bill
- home purchase agreement
- builder's contract
- mortgage bill
- property tax bill
- mobile phone bill
- insurance bill
- HOA bill or violation
- Toll bills
If you have any questions regarding valid forms of proof of residency, please contact the registrar at your student's campus.