EUGENE, Ore. -- The Tuition and Fee Advisory Board (TFAB) is recommending the University of Oregon raise the price of tuition.
The recommendations include an increase in tuition of $6 per credit or $270 per year for in-state undergraduate students. Out-of-state undergraduate students would see tuition go up by $18 per credit or $810 annually.
This equates to a 2.84 percent increase in undergraduate tuition for in-state students and a 2.49 percent increase for out-of-state students for the 2018-19 school year.
The TFAB wants to add a $7 increase to the student health center service fee to help expand health and counseling services for students.
At 5:30 p.m. on Feb. 15th a student forum was held at the Alumni Lounge in Gerlinger Hall to review the TFAB's proposal and take input.
Click here for an online comment forum discussing the tuition increase proposal.
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