With seg fees, annual UW-Green Bay ‘tuition bill’ nears $7,000

The UW System Board of Regents will set 2010-11 tuition rates for each of the System’s 13 four-year campuses at a meeting Friday (June 11) in Milwaukee. President Kevin P. Reilly announced today he will ask the Board to approve tuition increases of 5.5 percent for most of the System’s students, for the fourth straight year. If Regents approve tuition levels as proposed today, the “total” at UW-Green Bay — tuition plus segregated fees, which are set at the campus level — will be $6,977 for a Wisconsin resident attending full time for the 2010-11 academic year. That breaks down to $5,659 for tuition and $1,318 for student fees. Read more.

Tuition component varies from $5,656 here to nearly $8K at Madison

For the full UW System news release on the 2010-11 tuition proposal, and a chart showing the campus-by-campus breakdown, go to the System news site. (Please note: the chart that is part of the release addresses only the tuition side of the equation; the segregated fees that vary by institution are not addressed in this comparison.) Click here.

AP coverage of tuition news
The Green Bay Press-Gazette offers a fairly lengthy version of the Associated Press coverage of the UW System tuition proposal, click here.

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