No, Iowa does not have general tuition reciprocity agreements with any state. This includes (but not limited to): Illinois, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
My parents and I moved away from Iowa during my senior year in high school. Can I be considered a Resident?
Yes, but here is what you need to know. A financially dependent student whose parents move out of Iowa during the student's senior year of high school will be considered a Resident provided the student has not established domicile in another state and enrolls in the Fall semester immediately following his or her May/June Iowa high school graduation. Since the Office of Admissions will probably initially classify you as a Non-resident, you should be prepared to submit your own Application for Resident Classification. It is important that you then maintain continuous Fall/Spring enrollment.
A financial dependent student whose parents move from Iowa after the student is enrolled remains a resident provided that student maintains continuous enrollment. A financially dependent student whose parents move from Iowa during the senior year of high school will be considered a resident provided the student has not established domicile in another state. If you have any questions please contact Mary Baumann. Mary can be contacted at 319-273-2112 or by email Mary.Baumann@uni.edu.