Description and Bill Text
|Omnibus anti-immigrant bill – prevents students who are not citizens, lawful permanent residents or non-immigrants from enrolling in public post-secondary education, denies scholarships, grants and financial aid to students who are not|
lawfully present in the U.S. (see also K-12 education)
|Signed into law on June 9.|
Preliminarily enjoined by the
District Court on
September 28, 2011.
|HB 1008 ||Harris||Blocks access to in-state tuition for undocumented students.||Died in House|
Committee on Education.
|HB 1292 ||Hubbard,|
|Students not US citizen or not lawfully in the US|
ineligible for in-state tuition & financial aid;
persons seeking state benefits must be lawfully
present unless exempt by federal law,
emergency or life-saving.
|Defeated in Committee.|
|SB 1611 ||Pearce||Omnibus anti-immigrant bill: Requires AZ Dep’t of|
Education to bar students who cannot demonstrate
lawful presence from enrolling in higher education.
|Failed to pass the Senate.|
|AB 63 ||Donnelly||Would repeal in-state tuition law.||Failed to Pass in Assembly Committee on Higher Education.|
|HB 59 ||Rice||Ban on undocumented student enrollment in higher education.||Died.|
|SB 590 ||Delph, et al.||Omnibus anti-immigrant bill, including restrictions on access to resident tuition rates, scholarships, grants and financial aid. ||Signed into law on May 11, 2011. |
|HB 1402 ||Karickhof, Turner, Koch, Cheatham||Students who are not lawfully in the U.S. ineligible to pay resident tuition rate.||Signed into law on May 11, 2011. |
|HB 2006 ||Tyson et al.||Repeals in-state tuition law.||Passed House 72-50 Died in Senate Comm. on Federal & State Affairs.|
|HB 112 ||Lee||Bans admission to postsecondary education,scholarships, grants to students who are not citizens, LPRs or certain other immigrants.||Dead.|
|HB 487 ||Baldone||Would require non-resident non-citizens to pay at least 50% more in tuition than non-resident citizens.||Committee on Education considered on June 14th. Did not move forward.|
|HB 59 ||Harrison||Bans resident tuition, restricted admissions programs for disadvantaged or minority students, scholarships, work study, financial aid.||Withdrawn by author.|
|HB 401 ||McDonough et al.||Bans in-state tuition to students who cannot show that they are lawfully present in the U.S. ||Dead.|
|HB 655 ||McDonough, Dwyer, Impallaria, Kach, Kipke, Kebs||Bans higher education institutions from charging citizens tuition rates that are higher than rates charged to an immigrant student.||Dead.|
|SB 2228 ||Fillingane||Denies state financial aid, grants and scholarships to undocumented students. ||Dead.|
|HB 638||Howard||Would send referendum to voters to decide whether to deny “state services,” including qualification as a student at a public university, and financial aid, to immigrants who unlawfully entered the US or remain in the US unlawfully; would require state agencies to notify ICE of any undocumented immigrant applying for a state service.||Passed House and Senate –|
will appear on November 2012 ballot.
|LB 657||Janssen||Repeals in-state tuition law.||Defeated.|
|HB 11 ||Cleaveland||Ban on undocumented student enrollment in higher education.||Committee on Education –|
did not move.
|HB 2110 ||Christian||Higher Ed: Full repeal of in-state tuition law, which was previously restricted.||Dead.|
|SB 575 ||Shorty and Terrill||Individuals unlawfully in the U.S. ineligible for postsecondary benefits on the basis of residence, including scholarships and financial aid. Gradfathers certain students.||Dead.|
|HB 1659 ||Enns||Individuals unlawfully in the U.S. inelgible for postsecondary benefits on the basis of residence, including scholarships and financial aid. Grandfathers certain students.||Dead.|
|HB 2091 ||Terrill||Individuals unlawfully in the U.S. ineligible for postsecondary benefits on the basis of residence, including scholarships and financial aid, repealing current provision but grandfathering|
|SB 683 ||Sykes and Christian||Would repeal in-state tuition and deny scholarships & financial aid to students who are not lawfully present.||Dead.|
|HB 1446 ||Faught and Justice||Omnibus bill, includes in-state tuition repeal.||Dead.|
|HB 335 ||Ragan||Bans enrollment in higher education.||Hearing in Ed Sub-committee in House deferred to 2012.|
|HB 1387 ||Cain||Students not lawfully present ineligible for in-state tuition, financial aid, or scholarships.||Referred to State Affairs Committee. Did not move.|
|SB 1631 ||Birdwell||Would repeal in-state tuition law.||Senate Higher Education Committee hearing on May 18th – no action taken.|
|HB 191 ||Wimmer||Adds condition that student or parent show that paid Utah income taxes in past 3 years. ||Died.|
|SB 288 ||Bramble||Adds condition that children or parents are UT guest workers (if that program goes into effect) in order to qualify for in-state tuition rate.||Died.|
|HB 2153 ||Cline||Bars undocumented students from any “post-secondary educational benefits,” including in-state tuition and financial aid.||Incorporated into HB 1465, which was defeated.|
|HB 1465 ||Peace||Bars public higher education institutions from enrolling undocumented students.||Defeated.|
|SB 5828 ||Benton et al.||Would repeal in-state tuition law.||Reintroduced in special session;|
Higher Education & Workforce Development.
|AB 40 ||Joint Committee of Finance||Eliminates non-resident tuition exemption.||Enacted June 26, 2011.|