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SCHEV Report: State investment holds down higher education tuition and fees this coming year

by Elizabeth Liverman | Aug 02, 2019

Contact: Laura Osberger
lauraosberger@schev.edu
(804) 786-2323 (office) or (804) 387-5191 (mobile)

August 2, 2019

RICHMOND —Tuition and mandatory fees for academic year 2019-20 at Virginia’s public higher education institutions remain unchanged from last year for the majority of in-state undergraduate students as a result of additional state investment, according to a new report from the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV). Institutions were able to curtail tuition increases because of a significant state investment in a Tuition Moderation Fund and related general fund increases. The last time institutions did not increase tuition and mandatory Educational & General (E&G) fees for in-state undergraduate students occurred nearly 20 years ago, which also followed action by the General Assembly and the Governor.

The 2019-20 Tuition and Fees Report, a summary and downloadable charts are available at www.schev.edu/2019TutitionandFeesReport.

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The State Council of Higher Education for Virginia is the state’s coordinating agency for higher education. With The Virginia Plan for Higher Education, SCHEV is dedicated to making Virginia the best-educated state by 2030. For more on The Virginia Plan, please visit https://schev.edu/index/statewide-strategic-plan/overview.

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