Ahead of tomorrow’s meeting of the Board of Trustees, the State University of New York today unveiled a resolution calling for a new base tuition level of $2,635 per semester, up from $2,485.
That’s an annual increase of $300, the maximum increase allowed by the newly implemented NYSUNY 2020 bill that passed the legislature late last week.
The resolution is expected to pass tomorrow’s meeting of the Board. If it does, the new tuition rates will take effect immediately, beginning this fall. Out-of-state tuition is not outlined in the resolution, as those rates are to be determined by Stony Brook University and not the SUNY board.
Think will be at tomorrow’s board meeting reporting on all of the details.
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