University to announce 4.48 percent budget recall from its colleges

The fall 2017 enrollment plunge and funding woes force more budget cuts.

Engineering dean asks president to ‘ignore’ students, increase fees

The dean of the College of Engineering wants "to convince President Myers to ignore" the vote of the students on the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee.

Students approve university-wide fee for Business building, renovations

The Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee approved a $4 per-credit-hour fee to raise $1 million for academic building renovation and maintenance and $900,000 for the Business building project.

Regents approve K-State tuition increase

In the wake of recent cuts to the higher education budget, Kansas college students are facing rising tuition costs.

‘Fees are heroin,’ K-State at financial breaking point

Pat Bosco, vice president of student life and dean of students, said fees are heroin and Kansas State is at a financial breaking point during a Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee meeting.

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.

Another round of tuition increases, budget cuts for fall semester

Kansas Board of Regents approves tuition increase request at June meeting.

BREAKING: Fall enrollment down nearly 1,000 students

K-State enrollment for the fall 2017 semester drops to 22,795.

‘Worst case scenario:’ 5 percent K-State tuition increase, 4 percent budget cut to colleges

The K-State Budget Advisory Committee has begun to look at possible tuition rates for fiscal year 2018.

Brownback challenges universities to make $15K degree, proposes K-State budget cut

One day after Gov. Sam Brownback challenged Kansas colleges and universities to create a $15,000 bachelor's degree, he proposed a $2 million budget cut to K-State.

Student expenses outpace consumer national average at K-State

The Economics Club released its annual Student Price Index, a report that tracks changes in the prices of goods associated with being a K-State student.

Department of Modern Languages faces budget callbacks

The pending budget callbacks from the College of Arts and Sciences could potentially result in program cuts from the Department of Modern Languages.

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.

Student Services Fee provides more than students realize

The Students Services Fee gives students several benefits each semester.

Guest editorial: A threat to K-State’s shared-governance model

A former SGA senator writes about the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee.

Students will pay more in tuition, fees in fall

Fee increase proposals were voted on at the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee as K-State seeks greater tuition increase than originally proposed.

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.

Students approve 3 percent tuition increase

The Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee recommended that tuition increase by no more than 3 percent in an early-morning meeting on Thursday.

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.

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.