State universities call for no increases for in-state students
The Arizona Board of Regents published tuition proposals made by Arizona State, the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University for the coming year. The three universities are pulling for no tuition increases for in-state undergraduate students and minimal increases for other students.
Arizona State's proposal says that they will raise tuition for out-of-state undergraduate students and graduate students by about 3 percent, with increases ranging from $589-$654 (undergraduates) and $291-$791 (graduates).
The University of Arizona's proposal will raise tuition rates between 2.7 and 2.9 percent for out-of-state undergraduates and grad students.
Northern Arizona University's proposal will raise tuition between 2 and 5 percent for students, with increases differing for students depending on what campus they attend.
The regents will vote on the tuition proposals on April 5th, but will also hold a public session to discuss the plans with students across the state on March 28th.
Look at each university's proposals by following the links below: