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2009-2010 TUITION & FEE PROPOSAL. (Revised) Recommendation to The University of Texas Board of Regents. Tuition & Fee Structure. Tuition : Two components - Statutory (rate set by state) & Designated (rate set by UT Board of Regents)

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2009 2010 tuition fee proposal

2009-2010 TUITION & FEE PROPOSAL

(Revised) Recommendation to

The University of Texas

Board of Regents

tuition fee structure
Tuition & Fee Structure
  • Tuition: Two components - Statutory (rate set by state) & Designated (rate set by UT Board of Regents)
  • Mandatory Fees: required to be paid by all students unless exempted by law or authorized waiver
  • Incidental Fees: paid on a per use or per circumstance basis.Excludes textbooks, housing, parking, dining, etc.
    • Course & Lab fees –paid by students enrolled in a particular course or lab for which a fee has been approved.
    • College fees –paid by students enrolled in a degree program within a particular college for which a special fee has been approved (e.g. Advising; Technology support)
    • Optional – paid by any student or public for opting to use a particular good or service (e.g. Testing fees; Application fees; Transcript request fees.) NOT INCLUDED IN THE TOTAL ACADEMIC COST FORMULA.
tuition fee proposal developments
Tuition & Fee Proposal Developments

2007

  • July- September: Planning per instructions from UT System
  • October – November: Tuition & Fee Committee meetings
  • November 19: CMO meets to review T&F Proposal recommendations
  • December 6: BoR imposes 4.95% cap to increases
  • December 12: UTSA requests an exception to the cap.

2008

  • January 18: Approval for UTSA’s cap exception granted
  • January 30: T&F Proposal due to UT System
  • March 26: BoR meeting to review / approve campus tuition and fee proposals.
proposed tuition mandatory fees
Proposed Tuition & Mandatory Fees

Average for a Full Time15 SCH per Semester Student

proposed college fee changes for fall 2008
ProposedCollege Fee Changes for Fall 2008
  • 1 New Fee: College of Architecture will charge $5 per SCH for Resource & Technical Support.~$80K for staffing, software & equipment at instructional computer lab & graduate studio.
  • 1 Fee Increase: College of Engineering will increase the existing Resource & Technical Support fee from $5 per SCH to $10 per SCH. ~$105K additional revenue to extend hours, update software & equipment, improve frequency of calibration / repairs.
  • 1 Fee Justification & Name Change: College of Business will retitle the International Business fee to Global Business Skills fee to comply with UT System requirements. Revenue neutral – the fee may no longer be used for individual study abroad.
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FY 2009 Budget Planning September 1, 2008 – August 31, 2009
  • Designated tuition is the only new discretionary funding source in the 2nd year of the Biennium – fiscal year 2009.
  • “Resources & Requirements” are being developed for CMO allocation decisions.
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FY 2009 Budget Planning September 1, 2008 – August 31, 2009

Resources

  • Tuition Revenues (E&G budgets)
    • Incremental changes due to rate increase
    • Incremental changes due to enrollment impacts: increase in headcount, average unit load, mix of UG to GR; paying non-resident students
      • Net of Bad debt, waivers, and other unfunded liabilities:
        • Uncollectible student accounts receivable
        • Trend / change in number of students who have tuition waived
        • Return to Title IV
        • Texas Tomorrow prepaid tuition program
  • Internal Reallocations
  • Fee Revenues (not fungible with E&G budgets)
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FY 2009 Budget Planning September 1, 2008 – August 31, 2009

Revenue Projections: predict the impacts of -

 New Admissions’ criteria

Summer is our trailing semester: will the steady decline in summer enrollment continue?

  • Elasticity of demand - as tuition & fee rates continue to increase, students seek alternatives to adding a course in the summer.
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FY 2009 Budget Planning September 1, 2008 – August 31, 2009

Requirements

  • Mandatory Cost Increases
    • Ed Code required financial aid set asides
    • New facility openings (E&G space)
    • Debt Service cost increases over budget
  • Salary & Wages
    • 3% Merit Awards for Faculty & Staff
    • Faculty Promotions for Tenure/Rank changes; Staff Equity
    • Associated Benefit costs unfunded by state
  • Strategic Initiatives
    • New Faculty for enrollment growth
    • New Staff
    • Other initiatives