This year, the Tuition Review Advisory Committee (TRAC) [Co-Chaired by Provost Arden and Student Body President] has prepared a one-year plan for tuition increases for 2021-22.
Tuition Increase Recommendations for 2020-21
- 0% for Undergraduate Residents (New Cohort)
- 2.5% for Undergraduate Nonresidents
- 0% for Graduate Residents
- 2.5% 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||30.6%||$1,078,482|
|Graduate Student Support Plan||28.1%||$991,500|
|Improve Quality and Accessibility||27.2%||$958,481|
|Faculty Promotional Increases||14.2%||$500,000|
Premium Tuition Recommendations 2021-2022
No additional Premium Tuition for specific programs was suggested.
For the Student Body President’s reports on the Tuition Review Advisory Committee, [To be posted once final decisions are made and approved by the Chancellor.]