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of Regents set student costs for 2002-03
Tuition will increase $112 per semester for
UW-Eau Claire resident undergraduate students for the 2002-03
academic year, according to a plan approved by the UW System
Board of Regents July 8.
The Regents set tuition rates even
though the state Legislature has not yet approved a state budget
"Even with the $112 per semester
tuition increase, UW-Eau Claire continues to be very affordable
for students in Wisconsin and Minnesota," UW-Eau Claire
Chancellor Donald Mash said, adding that System-wide tuition
continues to be well below peer institutions. "I'm hopeful
that our students will find a way to pay the additional costs to
continue their education."
Required tuition and fees at UW-Eau
Claire for the fall semester will be $1,861.10 for a resident
undergraduate, compared to $1,735.85 for 2001-02, an increase of
7.2 percent. This includes UW-Eau Claire's differential tuition
charge and segregated fees, both of which support a range of
student activities, programs and services.
In setting the tuition, the Regents
stayed within the 8 percent cap allowed by the proposed state
budget repair bill for 2002-03 resident undergraduate tuition,
Mash said, adding that the Legislature did agree that financial
aid increases would be tied to tuition increases, which will
help the university's neediest students.
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