So my parents are thinking about moving to another state and open a small family restaurant with me working part times , But the state is Georgia, and they need one year of wait before u can apply for instate.
I was thinking is it possible to just go to a small community college in Georgia and pay full rate and then after 2 years apply for university and get instate? My parents would've establish residence, my brothers are in middle and high school, and they will own a restaurant there, will I still be able to get instate or it won't be possible?
Doesn't matter if my parents own a business, they arent paying a cent , sadly, so id like to get the best possible rate money wise and a decent school that I can get into .
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Yes, that is a good idea. I know someone that is finishing intro classes at a community college before transferring to the state university since it's much cheaper. Just be sure to triple check that the community college credits are accepted by the university.