Undergraduate tuition is staying the same for some now and going up later for others after two Board of Visitors decisions.
With new incentive funding from the General Assembly, the executive committee voted in April to maintain current in-state undergraduate tuition—$13,682 for the College—for the 2019–2020 school year.
In March, the board approved a new upper-division tuition rate for some College and Graduate School of Arts & Sciences students. Starting in fall 2021, third-year College students will pay $2,700 more in tuition than other undergraduate students. In fall 2022 and going forward, the rate, which the board will set annually, also will extend to fourth-year students.