The Board of Trustees approved a nearly $1.24 billion budget for the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, campus that included a zero-percent tuition increase for the 2020–21 fiscal year.
UT Knoxville will not increase tuition for the upcoming academic year, marking the first time since 1984 that tuition has held steady on the campus.
The UT Board of Trustees approved a 2017–18 budget Thursday that includes market and merit salary increases for UT Knoxville faculty and staff and the lowest tuition increase in 34 years.
The UT Board of Trustees on Thursday approved merit/market salary increases for faculty and staff, as well as a tuition plan with the lowest rate increase in more than thirty years.
The UT Board of Trustees voted Thursday to approve a $1.9 billion system-wide budget that includes a pay increase for Knoxville campus faculty and staff and a boost in funds for student success and academic programs. The board also voted to approve an 8 percent tuition increase for UT Knoxville students.
The University of Tennessee Board of Trustees approved Thursday a $1.9 billion budget for fiscal year 2011 which includes the final year of federal stimulus funding and a 9 percent tuition increase at the Knoxville, Martin and Chattanooga campuses.