A WashU education continues to grow pricier, but after a pandemic and record endowment growth, the University should consider the necessity of raising tuition yet again.
Washington University’s annual tuition will increase by 2.6% to $57,750 for the 2021-2022 academic year, Vice Chancellor for Finance Amy Kweskin announced Wednesday.
Students in the top 1% for family income already are represented three times more than students in the bottom 60% in the WU student body, and now tuition is rising again only to hit them harder than higher income students.
Wash. U., I am writing to tell you to suck it up. Californians, go buy a coat. Missourians, go buy a thicker coat. Alaskans, settle in, because it’s about to get very familiar.
Last week, students and parents received an email notifying them of another raise in tuition at Washington University.
Tuition for Washington University undergraduate students will increase from $52,400 to $54,250 for the 2019-2020 academic year.
This 3.5 percent increase, or $1,850, is consistent with the past four years of tuition increases at the University for undergraduate students.
Student Union hosted a tuition forum for undergraduate students in Umrath Lounge Nov. 15. Washington University raised tuition for the 2018-2019 academic year by 3.5 percent.
Tuition for the 2018-2019 academic year will be $52,400, an increase of 3.5 percent ($1,750) over the current $50,650 tuition, Amy B. Kweskin, vice chancellor for finance and chief financial officer, announced today.
There are several factors that determine the cost of tuition, including the budgets and expenses of the four undergraduate schools as well as consideration for affordability. The tuition then covers a variety of expenses, the largest being faculty compensation.
For the third consecutive year, tuition will increase by 3.5 percent, rising by $1,700 to make the grand total $50,650 for the 2017-2018 academic year, up from $49,950 this year.
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