This year, the Tuition Review Advisory Committee (TRAC) [Co-Chaired by Provost Arden and Student Body President McKenzy Heavlin] has prepared a one-year plan for tuition increases for 2022-23.
Tuition Increase Recommendations for 2022-23
- 0% for Undergraduate Residents (New Cohort)
- 3.5% for Undergraduate Nonresidents
- 0% for Graduate Residents
- 4.5% for Graduate Nonresidents
The Board of Governors is only allowing tuition increased for out-of-state students. No in-state tuition increases are allowed this semester.
The committee recommends that allocations of tuition monies be as follows:
|Allocation Percentage||Allocation Amount|
|Need Based Financial Aid||31.12%||$1,703,106|
|Graduate Student Support Plan||33.86%||$1,852,880|
|Improve Quality and Accessibility||16.75%||$916,853|
|Faculty Promotional Increases||18.27%||$1,000,000|
Premium Tuition Recommendations 2022-2023
The tuition review advisory committee voted to recommend premium tuition amounts for the following programs:
Master of Microbial Biotechnology
A new tuition premium of $2,000 per year effective Fall 2022.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
A tuition increase of $5,000 per year effective Fall 2022.
Special Fee Recommendations 2022-2023
The tuition review advisory committee voted to recommend special fee amounts for the following programs:
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Animal and Plant Programs
A new special fee of $750 per year effective Fall 2022.
Poole College of Management Undergraduate Program
A new special fee of $2,000 per year effective Fall 2022.