UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SAN ANTONIO

December 6th, 2017 | by CollegeAD
UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SAN ANTONIO
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UTSA’s Tuition and Fees Committee will soon send its proposal for a tuition increase to UTSA President Taylor Eighmy and then the UT System Board of Regents. With relatively no change in tuition and fees for the past six years, administrators felt it was time for a tuition hike. Designated tuition could also experience increases as a part of the proposal. For in-state residents, tuition would increase $6.15 per SCH for undergraduates and $8.66 per SCH for graduate tuition rates. For non-Texas residents, the increases would be $27.73 per SCH for undergraduates and $33.33 for graduate students. The athletic fee increase was called to boost factors such as ticket sales initiatives, brand recognition, merchandising and cost-saving measures. The university believes it can increase the recognition of the university and, as a result, improve the recruitment of faculty, students and community outreach. UTSA’s athletic budget is currently the third from the bottom of the teams in Conference-USA West. – SAMUEL DE LEON, paisano-online.comRead More

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