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.

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.

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.

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.

Rising costs of higher education linger on students’ minds

Tuition, housing and living expenses are a point of concern for some Kansas State students.

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.

SGA recommends increase for fine arts privilege fee

This week's Student Senate meeting saw legislation to increase the fine arts privilege fee and amend SGA's constitution.

Get to know a fee proposal: Why Hale Library is requesting $1 per credit...

Eighty percent of money raised through a fee proposal goes toward upgrades and improvements at Hale Library while the remaining 20 percent goes toward maintenance.

College of Business Administration proposes third fee increase in three years

Students in business classes hear details on final phase of student fee increase.

Advising fee proposal rejected by committee

The Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee rejects a per-credit-hour fee proposal for advising and delays the decision on the College of Business fee proposal.

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.

Arts and Sciences $10 per-credit-hour fee increase: from an idea to a proposal

A timeline of events regarding the proposal for an additional $10 per-credit-hour fee in the College of Arts and Sciences.

Architecture fee discussed at Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee meeting

Tim de Noble, dean of the College of Architecture, Planning and Design, presented to the committee about the college's $40 per-credit-hour technology fee.

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.

Privilege Fee Committee meets with Diversity Programming Committee chair

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

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.

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.

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.

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.