PHOENIX (AP) — The Arizona Board of Regents says tuition proposals by the presidents of the three state universities for the 2021-2022 educational 12 months do not embody will increase for undergraduate college students who’re Arizona residents.
Regents President Larry Penley mentioned Friday the stance taken by the college presidents displays a dedication to making sure that schooling is inexpensive regardless of the monetary hardships positioned on many college students by the pandemic.
Northern Arizona College’s proposals embody elevating tuition for resident graduate college students by 5%, and the College of Arizona proposed a 1.4% tuition enhance for resident graduate college students.
The regents will maintain a digital public listening to on the proposals April 6, and the college presidents will current their proposals to the board on April 8. The board is anticipated to vote April 15 on the proposals.
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