The Arizona Board of Regents live-streamed a public portion of their virtual meeting , covering topics ranging from changes in student tuition to a contract extension of the University of Arizona’s women's basketball head coach on April 15. Finance, Capital, and Resources Committee The Finance, Capital, and Resources Committee put base tuition and mandatory fees for all three public Arizona universities — the UA, Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University — as one of the first items on the agenda. According to Karrin Taylor Robson, secretary of ABOR and chair of the Finance, Capital, and Resources Committee, for a second year in a row there will be no tuition increase for resident undergraduate students at all three universities. MORE FROM THE DAILY WILDCAT Arizona students request lower tuition at ABOR public hearing Coronavirus timeline: UA announces health and wellness board, launches global campus (May 4) UA unveils new, far-reaching Strategic Plan "Despite the many uncertainties created by the pandemic, we're all grateful that the presidents have taken this bold step to provide in particular our resident students' financial relief and as much certainty as possible for the upcoming academic year," Robson said. Notably, ASU President Michael Crow proposed no… Read full this story
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