College of arts and sciences decides not to raise tuition
The College of Arts and Sciences decides not to raise college fees for the second year in a row, despite drops in enrollment.
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.
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.
Get to know a fee proposal: What Arts and Sciences will do with $8.70...
The College of Arts and Sciences plans to use added fee money to increase graduate teaching assistant stipends and hire additional professional advisers.
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.
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.
Business fee proposal approved by committee
A fee proposal from the College of Business Administration was approved by the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee.
KSDB roundtable discusses tuition increases
KSDB invited Sen. Tom Hawk, vice president of finance Cindy Bontrager and Student Governing Association reps to discuss budget cuts and how they affect tuition.
TFSC approves College of Human Ecology fee review
The vote took place on Oct. 8.
Privilege Fee Committee debates raising Counseling Services allocations
SGA's Privilege Fee Committee reconvenes to continue debates about increasing allocations for Counseling Services.
SGA introduces solutions for increasing diversity within student senate
In this week's SGA meeting, the student senate made multiple proposals to improve diversity within the senate. Other topics discussed included privilege fees and the Center for Student Involvement.
Student committee recommends current level of agriculture, architecture fees
The TFSC members voted 10-0 to continue a $20 per-credit-hour agriculture fee and a $40 per-credit-hour architecture fee.
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.
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.
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.
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.
K-State Libraries, Wildcat Watch present to SGA Privilege Fee Committee, request funding
K-State students could be paying for additional services with the increased campus-wide privilege fee next semester.
Student Services Fee provides more than students realize
The Students Services Fee gives students several benefits each semester.
Tuition and Fees Strategy Committee approves new process for fee proposals, approval
The Tuition and Fees Strategy Committee approved a new, streamlined process for approving college tuition and fees.
Collegian Media Group proposes budget increase to Privilege Fee Committee
The Collegian Media Group presented its case for a budgetary increase to the Privilege Fee Committee on Monday.