Students could see their tuition bump up by 3 percent starting in the fall semester, one of the lowest increases in the last decade.
ASU’s 2013-14 tuition proposal calls for a 3 percent increase for all on-campus students and a 4 percent increase per credit hour for online students.
Resident undergraduate students will see their tuition increase between $180 and $276, depending on when they began attending ASU, the campus they attend and their majors. There was no rise in resident undergraduate tuition last year.
Nonresident undergraduate tuition will increase between $270 and $675 per year, while resident graduate tuition will go up $299 and nonresident graduate students will increase by $736.
The Arizona Board of Regents published the three public universities’ tuition recommendations on Friday. UA also proposed a 3 percent increase.
NAU operates under a pledge program that guarantees students will pay the same tuition for eight consecutive semesters, but it proposed a 5 percent increase for new students.
ABOR will vote on all three universities’ recommendations at its full board meeting in Tucson on April 4 and April 5.
ASU will have public hearings March 27 on all four campuses, and students can send comments to the Board as well.
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