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.

Advising fee increase discussed at weekly committee meeting

The Tuition Strategies and Fees Committee discussed an increase in advising fees at its Tuesday meeting.

K-State College of Business proposes $15 per-credit-hour fee increase

College gets down to business by proposing a $15 per-credit-hour fee increase to decrease class sizes.

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.

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.

Student committee hears arts and sciences, engineering fee increase proposals

Tightened budgets from the state and university prompt the colleges of Engineering and Arts and Sciences to seek higher per-credit-hour fees.

Privilege Fee Committee debates raising Counseling Services allocations

SGA's Privilege Fee Committee reconvenes to continue debates about increasing allocations for Counseling Services.

‘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.

‘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.

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.

Student committee hears business and academic fee proposals

A proposed $4 campus-wide per-credit-hour fee would help the College of Business pay off its new building.

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.

Privilege Fee Committee continues review of request to increase Lafene funds

A week after touring Lafene Health Center, the Privilege Fee Committee continued meetings with Lafene representatives to review a request for an increase in funds.

Counseling Services seeks privilege fee increase

Counseling Services director Dan Larson spoke to the Privilege Fee committee about how a privilege fee increase could help mitigate new challenges such as a more-than-150 percent increase in demand.

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 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.

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.

Committee discusses tuition, fees models

The Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee met for the last time before winter break.

Business fee proposal approved by committee

A fee proposal from the College of Business Administration was approved by the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee.

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.