ABOR to vote Thursday on public university tuition increases
The board that governs Arizona’s three public universities is expected to vote Thursday on proposed tuition increases for the 2022-2023 academic year.
Arizona State University, Northern Arizona University and the University of Arizona have not raised tuition for most students for the past two years. The Arizona Board of Regents is now considering increases at all three schools.
UA is proposing a 2% increase for in-state students and a 5.6% increase for non-resident students. ASU would raise tuition 2.5% for residents, 4% for non-residents, and 5% for international students. NAU would enact a 3.5% increase for residents and non-residents, and a 2% for international and online students.
Many current students at UA and NAU would not be impacted by the increases because of tuition guarantee programs at those schools.
Information on streaming the Arizona Board of Regents meeting is listed at azregents.edu.