BLACKSBURG, Va. (WDBJ7) – Leaders at Virginia Tech are taking a look at a proposal that may not increase tuition for the upcoming tutorial yr.
Preparing for the total Board of Guests assembly June 2, the Finance and Useful resource Administration Committee met Thursday to debate tuition situations for the 2020-21 yr.
President Tim Sands and board members stated they hope to not increase tuition.
“At at this time’s Finance and Useful resource Administration Committee assembly, our administration signaled our intent to think about, among the many choices we’ll current to the committee later this month, a advice to increase the tutoring freeze for in-state undergraduates for a second yr. Moreover, we’re together with among the many choices, a freeze of tuition charges for all graduate and undergraduate college students no matter residency,” stated President Sands after the assembly. “Given the extent to which the pandemic has launched uncertainties into the planning of our college students, their households and our College, we really feel you will need to supply a level of stability and predictability, even when this places further pressure on the college’s monetary planning.”
“Because the board displays and prepares for the vote we’ll tackle June 2, we should think about the affect our choice may have on college students and their households on this time of economic stress,” stated Tish Lengthy, chair of the Finance and Useful resource Administration Committee after the assembly.
“I’m deeply grateful for the dedication our board and college have demonstrated, for the open and clear dialogue we have now had and may have, and for ensuring we’re doing what’s greatest for this college,” stated Lengthy.
The committee additionally obtained a report on the 2020 state and federal legislative session and its affect on larger training and Virginia Tech.
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