State Board for Community Colleges to Consider 2021-22 Fees at May Meeting
Released on April 16, 2021
Advisory Notice from Virginia’s Community Colleges
Media Contact for Notice:
Asst. Vice Chancellor for Strategic Communications
In accordance with Section 23.1-307 (D) of the Code of Virginia, the State Board for Community Colleges provides notice that it will consider tuition and mandatory fee increases for Virginia’s Community Colleges, effective fall 2021, at 9 a.m. on May 20, 2021, via a virtual meeting.
The State Board will consider mandatory fee increases of between 0 percent and 1.2 percent for all undergraduate students, subject to provisions of the 2021 session of the General Assembly. The maximum potential increase equates to a tuition rate of $158.84 per credit-hour for in-state students and would result in a net annual increase of $55.20 for a student enrolling in 30 credit-hours during the academic year. The community colleges will use revenue generated from any increase in mandatory fees to pay for mandatory cost increases, contractual obligations, debt service, and proposed adjustments to student fees.
Written comments from the public will be accepted through May 19 and will be made available to the Board before action on tuition is taken. Written comments may be sent to Rose Marie Owen, Executive Assistant to the Chancellor, at email@example.com, or they may be mailed to the attention of Rose Marie Owen at:
Office of the Chancellor
Virginia Community College System
300 Arboretum Parkway
Richmond, Virginia 23236.
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