Arizona Board Of Regents To Consider Tuition Proposals At 3 State Universities
Arizona’s three state universities have released tuition proposals for the 2020-2021 academic year, proposing increases for some students but holding steady for others.
Separate statements released Friday by the presidents of the University of Arizona, Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University cited changing and uncertain circumstances for their institutions amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The Arizona Board of Regents said in a separate statement that it isn't increasing tuition rates for Arizona residents “at this time."
The regents plan an April 27 virtual public hearing on the universities’ tuition proposals, and the board is expected to vote on the proposals during a meeting on May 7.
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