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UO Provost asks for feedback on tuition increase

University of Oregon Provost Jayanth Banavar sent out an email to the entire UO community asking for feedback on the proposed tuition increase for the 2018-19 academic year. The proposed increase is $6 dollars per credit, or $240 per year, for in-state students and $18 per credit, or $810 per …

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University Lobby Day presents opportunity to discuss funding with state legislators

The annual University Lobby Day will take place at the Oregon Capitol Building in Salem on Thursday, Feb. 15. All seven public universities in Oregon will be lobbying on that day. The day-long event is a chance for students, alumni and faculty to promote the University of Oregon, meet with …

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“Rolling the dice”: TFAB weighs tuition increases against enrollment, budget shortfall for 2019

After more than a month of deliberation, the University of Oregon’s Tuition and Fee Advisory Board has reached a reluctant consensus: they recommend a tuition increase of 2.84 percent for in-state students and 2.49 percent for out-of-state students during the 2018-19 academic year.  That’s a $6 per-credit-hour increase for residents and …

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Weeks-long wait times for Counseling Center therapy causes students to deal with stress themselves; UO seeks fee increase to help

Last year, the UO Counseling Center experienced a 31 percent increase in the number of individual therapy appointments. This has led to longer waiting times for some students — sometimes up to weeks. University of Oregon sophomore Lauren Alejo is one student who has dealt with long wait times at …

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OSU Increases Tuition

CORVALLIS, Ore. —  Students at Oregon State University will be paying more for tuition this coming fall. The OSU Board of Trustees decided this week to get rid of the tuition plateau, which allowed students taking 16 credits to pay for the amount of 12. Students taking 15 credits will pay almost 12 percent more than last … Continue reading »

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Lower tuition rates for all OUS students will start in January

Starting in January, lower tuition rates will be in effect for all Oregon University System students with today’s approval of new rates by the State Board of Higher Education. Beginning winter term 2014, tuition increases will be reduced for resident undergraduate students, saving each student about $150, due to a Special Session investment of $25 […]

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Tuition buy-down means University of Oregon students will only pay 3.4 percent more next year

The Oregon State Board of Higher Education has reduced the University of Oregon’s tuition increase to 3.4 percent from 5.8. The board also capped tuition increases at 3.5 percent for the next two years. That means resident undergraduates taking 15 credits will see their overall bill go up by $270 next year rather than the […]

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Free tuition? Sounds too good to be true (and it kind of is)

Pick a university, any university. Don’t worry about the money: Oregon will pick up the check. That is, until you graduate. In essence, that’s the plan behind HB 3472. On the same day that Congress voted to double the interest rate to subsidized Stafford Loans, the Oregon House of Representatives and Senate voted unanimously to […]

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University of Oregon students will pay 5.8 percent more in tuition next year

The Oregon State Board of Higher Education today approved the University of Oregon’s request to raise tuition by 5.8 percent beginning fall term, confirmed Oregon University System spokesperson Diane Saunders. During its meeting today, the board approved a 5 percent increase for all seven public universities, 10-3. Full-time students can expect to pay approximately $542 […]

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OUS plans to raise tuition by six percent

Students gathered in the EMU board room on Friday morning to testify against the Oregon University System’s six percent increase. Over the past ten years, annual increases to tuition have caused the cost of attending the University to double in the last decade,  and the rising costs are taking a toll on students. Many of the […]

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