A review of UConn’s tuition increases


The Wilbur Cross Building on the UConn campus in Storrs, Connecticut. (File Photo/The Daily Campus)

From the fiscal year of 2012, when many now-graduating seniors began their time at the University of Connecticut, to 2017, tuition at UConn has been on the rise.

Since 2013, tuition has increased by an average of $532 for in-state students, and $1573 for out of state students. In 2015, The Board of Trustees voted to approve a 31 percent increase to tuition, on top of annual projected increases, in order to cover a $40 million budget gap. Tuition is slated to increase by $700 for the 2017 fiscal year, according to projected increases.

(Graph via Marlese Lessing)

(Graph via Marlese Lessing)

(Graph via Marlese Lessing)

Marlese Lessing is the incoming news editor for The Daily Campus. She can be reached via email at marlese.lessing@uconn.edu. She tweets @marlese_lessing.

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