BOV Raises ODU 2008-09 Tuition Rates 4 Percent
The Old Dominion University Board of Visitors approved the tuition and fee schedule for 2008-09 at its April 11 meeting. Tuition for in-state undergraduate and graduate students will increase 4 percent and 4.1 percent, respectively. Tuition will increase 4 percent for both out-of-state undergraduate and graduate students.
ODU will increase its campus-based student financial aid by $1.4 million and provide $400,000 more funding for on-campus student employment. This adjustment of in-state undergraduate tuition will qualify the university to receive Tuition Moderation Incentive Funds.
Combined with the comprehensive fee, full-time, in-state undergraduate students will pay $6,918 for 30 credit hours, a $390, or 6 percent, increase over this year's rate. In-state graduate students will pay $7,902 for 24 credits, a 5.4 percent increase in tuition and fees.
Room and board rates will increase an average of 6.7 percent, or $449.
Out-of-state undergraduate students will see a 4.7 percent increase in yearly tuition and fees, to $18,588 for 30 credit hours; out-of-state graduate students will pay $19,318 for 24 credits, or 4.5 percent more than in 2007-08.
This article was posted on: April 11, 2008
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