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Percent Tuition Increases Through the Years: The University of Texas at El Paso has decreased tuition increases in recent years. The proposed increase for 2012-14 takes into consideration the downturn in the global economy.
Tuition Fees for Emerging Research Institutions in Texas: Tuition at The University of Texas at El Paso is the lowest of any of the seven emerging research institutions in Texas. Even with the proposed increase of 2.6 percent, UTEP’s tuition would remain the lowest of the group.
Tuition and state appropriations combine to pay for the core operational costs of The University of Texas at El Paso.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. How will the money be used?
The additional money generated by an increase in tuition and fees will be used to expand course offerings, retain quality faculty, offer additional financial aid resources and further develop UTEP’s educational programs. A particular emphasis will be given to programs that reduce a student’s time to degree and improve four-year graduation rates.
2. Enrollment is growing each year, so doesn’t UTEP get more state funding as new students enroll?
Unfortunately, investment in higher education at the state level is not keeping pace with enrollment growth. Recent cuts to UTEP’s budget have hit hard. As enrollment grows, UTEP needs additional funds. More faculty members are needed to teach courses, and the demand for student services increases.