University of Kansas
FY 2010 TUITION PROPOSAL

(Submitted to the Kansas Board of Regents in May 2009 and approved June 2009)


Overview

FY 2010 is the third year in which KU's Four-Year Tuition Compact has been in effect. Under the compact, all new first time, degree-seeking freshmen pay a set, per-credit-hour tuition rate that will not change for four years. Below are the tuition rates per credit hour for students at the Lawrence and Medical Center campuses. All amounts shown are Standard Tuition rates, except for Freshmen, who will pay Compact Tuition rates. (Note: the tuition rates for medical students are semester rates)

  • $245.30 - Resident Freshmen (Four-Year Compact Tuition rate for freshmen entering Fall 2009)
  • $644.25 - Nonresident Freshmen (Four-Year Compact Tuition rate for freshmen entering Fall 2009)
  • $218.90 - Resident Undergraduate
  • $575.00 - Nonresident Undergraduate
  • $270.50 - Resident Graduate
  • $646.25 - Nonresident Graduate
  • $12,573.10 - Resident Medical Student (semester rate)
  • $22,297.20 - Nonresident Medical Student (semester rate)


  • $229.25 - Resident Freshmen (Four-Year Compact Tuition rate for freshmen entering Fall 2008)
  • $602.05 - Nonresident Freshmen (Four-Year Compact Tuition rate for freshmen entering Fall 2008)


  • $213.00 - Resident Freshmen (Four-Year Compact Tuition rate for freshmen entering Fall 2007)
  • $560.00 - Nonresident Freshmen (Four-Year Compact Tuition rate for freshmen entering Fall 2007)

Links to the full text of the FY 2010 University of Kansas Tuition Proposal and the Board of Regents presentation:

Course Fees Materials
School of Allied Health




Summary of Course Fee Proposals
  • Nurse Anesthesia
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Physical Therapy
  • This file was updated 07/14/10

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