New Hall was officially named in honor of African-American journalist Lucile Bluford.
Nonresident tuition will increase by 3 percent.
The bill will not impact MU’s plans to cut $20 million from campus spending or impose a hiring freeze due to declining enrollment.
We analyze the components and implications of Bernie Sanders’ College for All Act.
One-third of the undergraduate student population faces almost $15,000 extra tuition fees as nonresidents.
The curators also discussed MU campus developments and tuition and fee increases.
Students with an “unlawful presence” saw a tuition increase this year, after the passing House Bill 3 eliminated their in-state tuition.
If passed, Governor Nixon’s proposed tuition freeze and funding increase would mark a departure from recent trends in state support for higher education.
For the fourth consecutive time, Gov. Jay Nixon proposed to freeze tuition fees and increase Missouri state funding.
A small word change in a Missouri budget bill is costing two undocumented students big for the 2015-16 year.
Effective immediately, this award goes toward the cost of base tuition.
Education should be available to all, not just those who can afford it.
Tuition is expected to increase between 1.8 to 3 percent across the system.
Inflation and cuts in state spending could increase the price tag of college tuition and fees.
Gov. Jay Nixon cut appropriations for the UM System by 8.1 percent.
The increase will bring in about $18.7 million to MU.
HB 614 would prohibit tuition increases on students already enrolled in a public Missouri university.
The UM System was the first institution in MIssouri to have this waiver approved.