My parent(s) own a home in Pennsylvania, does that make me a resident for tuition purposes?
No. Ownership of real estate or payment of real estate taxes in Pennsylvania does not necessarily qualify a student for residency for tuition purposes.
Residency is based on a person's domicile (a person's existing and intended fixed, permanent and principal place of residence).
Unless your parent(s) live in the home and pay PA state taxes as resident(s) of the state, ownership of real estate does not qualify a student for residency.