By Amanda Webster and Acadia Otlowski Colorful banners and chants criticizing imposed tuition hikes for Conn. state colleges filled the Student Center Circle Monday afternoon as students and faculty came together to voice their opposition at a tuition rally. Student Alexa Pagnani watched the rally unfold from the sidelines. “I think it’s really good that […]
Last week the Connecticut Board of Regents approved a tution hike of almost four percent for the CSU Schools, which includes our university, as well as the 12 community colleges in the state. The increase may currently seem like a hassle for some students, but our institution can only benefit from these changes.
By Kassondra Granata The state Board of Regents approved a tuition increase last Thursday of almost 4 percent for the CSU Schools as well as the twelve community colleges. For students living on campus, there will be an increase of 3.7 percent, or about $676 where students commuting will face an increase of 3.8 percent, […]
Oct. 1 is coming, consider yourselves warned.
The much talked about credit card convenience fee that was approved this past spring by the CSUS Board of Trustees will begin on October 1st.
The Connecticut State University System Board of Trustees approved a 2.5 percent increase in tuition and fees for more than 36,000 students last Thursday, along with a new credit card transaction fee that will impose an additional 2.5 percent for student using a card to pay their bill.
A day before the Connecticut State University System Board of Trustees is expected to pass a 2.5 percent tuition increase for all four CSUS schools, President Jack Miller spoke to the CCSU Student Government Association about the hike, making sure the senate understood that CCSU is still one of the least expensive schools in the region.
With the news coming last week that there will most certainly be a tuition hike for the 2011-12 school year, members of the CSUS Board of Trustees should be ashamed of themselves. Last September, members of the Finance and Administration Committee recommended a tuition freeze to ease the financial burden on students in a withering […]
The Connecticut State University System’s Finance and Administration Committee approved a 2.5 percent tuition increase for the four state schools in a meeting at Eastern Connecticut State University last Thursday.
UConn’s Board of Trustees approved a 2.5 percent increase in tuition, fees and lodging last week in a nearly unanimous vote.
Political science student Corey Schmitt was the only member of the board to vote against the rate hike after mounting an unsuccessful campaign to raise the cost by more than five percent.