The justices did not explain their ruling, promising a full written opinion later.
"Not only does this put education out of reach for most students, many will simply drop out from this disappointing decision", said Edder Diaz Martinez, a DACA recipient himself and a founding member of Undocumented Students for Education Equity, a group representing immigrant students at Arizona State University.
Although the Arizona Supreme Court's ruling applies only to Arizona, it provides important legal precedent that can be cited by other states seeking to protect the interests of citizens and taxpayers against the harmful effects of illegal immigration.
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The decision on Monday comes on the heels of a similar move in Missouri last month to continue a ban on in-state tuition for college DACA students.
"The university is now looking into all options to assist Arizona high school graduates who are qualified to be in the USA under DACA with an uninterrupted educational journey beyond high school", Crow said in the statement.
Despite Monday's order, there may still be some financial help of sorts for DACA recipients, at least at the state university system.
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"While people can disagree what the law should be, I hope we all can agree that the attorney general must enforce the law as it is, not as we want it to be", the statement said. "As Attorney General, my duty is to uphold the law and the will of more than one million voters who passed Proposition 300 in 2006". In 2004, 56 percent of Arizona voters approved Proposition 200 that, among other things expressly prohibits illegal aliens from receiving public benefits. Arizona residents pay $86 per credit hour at the Maricopa Community Colleges, while non-residents pay $241.
"Without a doubt, the Arizona Supreme Court's decision today is a setback for DACA students", Arizona Board of Regents Chair Bill Ridenour wrote in a statement.
A 2017 analysis by NASPA-Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education, which also tracks tuition rates for DACA students, concluded 21 states have adopted in-state tuition policies.
The Supreme Court's decision marks the end of a protracted court battle over whether undocumented immigrants are entitled to in-state tuition. When that decision was overturned, both two-year and four-year public schools continued to charge qualifying students the in-state rate while the legal challenges played out in the higher court.
Matt Hasson, spokesman for the Maricopa County Community Colleges District, said the district was disappointed.
"We're going to continue to find ways to further our education, because anything can be taken away from us aside from our education", she said.
Immigrant advocates say the ruling will create a barrier to education for immigrants seeking to attend college or a university.
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