Student Services Fee provides more than students realize

The Students Services Fee gives students several benefits each semester.

TFSC approves College of Human Ecology fee review

The vote took place on Oct. 8.

Effects of this year’s budget cuts lie in the hands of division leaders

The Board of Regents decided to keep tuition flat for resident undergraduate students with a 1.5 percent increase for graduate and non-resident undergraduate students.

TFSC: Engineering fee increase would pay graduate assistants, fund lab upgrades

TFSC says the proposed K-State engineering fee increase would provide compensation for graduate teaching assistants and open up avenues to renovate lab spaces, if passed.

The College of Engineering received a fee increase last year. There may be another...

A college tuition committee will evaluate the fee in the coming weeks.

After review, tuition and fees committee approves review of College of Arts and Sciences...

The College of Arts and Science's $16.70 per-credit-hour fee is used appropriately, the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee decided.

TFSC votes to accept review of College of Business Administration’s $65 surcharge fee

For the third week, the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee met to review the per-credit-hour surcharge for the College of Business Administration which is $65.

Privilege Fee Committee recommends continuance for Campus Entertainment Fund

The Privilege Fee Committee recommends the Campus Entertainment Fund receive a continuance on their allocated $150,000.

K-State signals $15 million in budget cuts

Despite a little extra monetary padding in the bank, Kansas State will still seek a tuition rate increase and budgetary reductions.

Tuition committee: Increases could be smallest in over a decade

Even though the prospects of state funding were unclear, TFSC evaluated next year's possible tuition rates.

Tuition fees committee grapples with influence on subcommittees

The Tuition Fees and Strategies Committee contemplated future changes in its interaction with deans and college tuition committees.

TFSC decides to accept two departmental fees, vows to craft new department fee proposal...

After struggling with whether or not to accept department course fee increases for kinesiology and personal financial planning, the committee decided to move forward with the promise of a new process.

Despite student support, TFSC hesitates to accept two proposed fee increases

The Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee pondered the implications of accepting two departmental fees, which is unprecedented.

Kinesiology, personal financial planning representatives vote in favor of course fee increases

Both fee proposals faced very little debate before being voted upon.

Kinesiology, personal financial planning heads make case for course fee increases

The Department of Kinesiology introduced a $15 course fee increase, and the Institute of Personal Financial Planning introduced a $50 increase.

Privilege Fee Committee meets with Diversity Programming Committee chair

The committee heard a proposal from the Diversity Programming Committee on Monday.

TFSC validates College of Engineering committee’s vote to approve fee increase

At the end of a long discussion, the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee decided to approve the vote in favor of a $15 per credit hour fee increase for the College of Engineering.

Privilege Fee Committee recommends a continuous increase to Lafene, tables Counseling Services increase

The Privilege Fee Committee recommends a 1.5 percent privilege fee allocation increase to Student Health Services.

Committee votes to increase engineering course fees $15 per credit hour

The proposed increase would bring course fees in the College of Engineering to $99 per credit hour.

Privilege Fee Committee proposes termination of K-State Athletics allocation, discusses Lafene

The Privilege Fee Committee began drafting legislation to terminate allocations to K-State Athletics and continued discussions about Lafene Health Center.
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