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Regents to host tuition hearing at Old Main

Carmen Valencia

The Arizona Board of Regents meets in the student union on Nov. 16 about degree programs, capital development plan, tuition, and other things. The Board will be holding simultaneous meetings Tuesday, March 27 to discuss setting tuition and fee’s for the upcoming school year.

The Arizona Board of Regents, the governing body of Arizona’s three public universities, will hold simultaneous public hearings throughout the state on Tuesday, March 27, from 5–7 p.m. regarding tuition and fees. 

The hearings are the second of the four-step tuition and fee-setting process for Arizona’s public universities, following the release of tuition and fee proposals for each university on Friday, March 16.

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According to the regents’ press release, public comments help the board “shape their request along with data related to financial aid, the tuition of peer universities across the country and resources required to meet the universities’ performance goals.”

The hearings at the University of Arizona will be held on the main campus in the Silver and Sage room at Old Main, as well as at UA South in Sierra Vista in the Academic Technology building, room B153. 

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