OK. That is the law in MA, so whether support should continue will turn on whether she is domiciled in your home.
If she intends to live in a dorm during the school year, but returns home when not in school, then she would typically be deemed to be domiciled in your home and support should continue.
The dorm is a temporary domicile, not her permanent domicile and the court looks to her permanent domicile for purposes of child support typically.
Yes. The support should be based on the father's current income, so if it has increased, you should file a counter-motion to modify the order of support requesting that the court not terminate the support, but increase it.
Good luck and take care.
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