SOME PHYSICAL THERAPY STUDENTS WILL PAY LESS THIS SUMMER, COMMITTEE RULES
Graduate physical therapy students will pay less in tuition and fees this summer following the rescission of a flat tuition/fee by the Old Dominion University Board of Visitors Executive Committee.
Citing an unfair burden on in-state graduate students, the committee agreed July 16 to rescind a previous measure which had set tuition and fees for in- and out-of-state students at $30,000. In-state students will return to paying about $22,000 for the 88-credit, four-semester program.
University officials are hopeful that the measure will help boost Virginia student enrollment in the nationally ranked program.
This article was posted on: July 18, 2001
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