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Data is taken from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and is based on a 15 hour semester.

Here is what you can expect from UTEP’s recent tuition increase

Christian Vasquez, Web Editor April 2, 2018

For the first time, UTEP’s tuition will be partly based on which degree students will be pursuing. And for most students, base tuition will be increasing by 5 percent for all students consecutively for two years, meaning a 10 percent total increase...

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Vice President of Student Affairs, Gary Edens presents the tuition increase proposal last November.

UTEP tuition is increasing by 5 percent

Rene Delgadillo, Multimedia Editor March 19, 2018

The tuition and fee increase proposals for all of the eight academic institutions of the University of Texas System was approved by the board of regents, a press release read on Monday.   The press release states that the approved increases...

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Tuition increase looms as UTEP prepares to send proposal to UT System Board of Regents

Alonso Moreno, Copy Editor November 17, 2015

As December approaches, the University of Texas at El Paso students are concerned about finals, projects and graduation. However, now they can add one more worry to their end of the year activities, tuition increase. UTEP is in its final steps to complete...

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Freshman philosophy major Jorge Martinez poses as a student struggling from tuition increase.

UT System board authorizes possible tuition increase

Luis Gonzalez, Editor in Chief October 20, 2015

A raise in what UTEP students pay each year for classes may be on the horizon. The UT System Board of Regents authorized all of its institutions to construct and present proposals for increasing tuition and fees for the 2017 and 2018 fiscal years. Tuition...

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More than 300 El Pasoans marched on April 30 through downtown to protest anti-immigration bills.

In-state tuition for DREAMers at risk

Maria Esquinca, Copy Editor May 5, 2015

A row of students dressed in cap and gowns stood in protest against a slew of anti-immigration bills introduced into the state legislature this session at an immigration rally on Thursday, April 30. The event was organized by the Border Network for Human...

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New bill proposal aims to get rid of in-state tuition for DREAMers

New bill proposal aims to get rid of in-state tuition for DREAMers

Lorain Ambrocio, Editor in Chief April 1, 2015

A new proposal has hit the Texas Senate floor, which will affect undocumented students in the country, or DREAMers, and how they’ll be paying for college or university tuition. On April 6, the border security subcommittee of the Senate’s Veteran...

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