Article - Education
(a) In this section, “residency requirement” means the requirement of a public senior higher education institution that a student has resided in the State for 12 consecutive months to be considered a resident and receive in–State tuition status.
(b) For in–State tuition purposes, a public senior higher education institution shall waive the in–State residency requirement for an individual who has completed:
(1) All service hours for an AmeriCorps Program in the State; or
(2) A service program under the Maryland Corps Program under Title 24, Subtitle 11 of this article.
(c) A student is responsible for the difference between in–State and out–of–state tuition if the student does not retain residence in the State for the remainder of the school year for which in–State tuition was received.