USU is changing its tuition structure to help students save some money and have more course options.
The two major tuition changes beginning summer semester 2014 are:
• in-state students taking online courses will now pay the same tuition as traditional on-campus credits.
• the full-time student tuition plateau level has been lowered from 13 to 12 credits.
The new plateau adjustment makes it possible for students to pay for up to 12 credits and then pay nothing above that level until they reach 18 credits even if they register for online classes. Previously, students would have paid above the plateau tuition level for online courses. For students residing in Utah taking online, traditional, and broadcast courses all credits will be applied to the regular tuition and fee table with the revised plateau benefit.
We recognize your need for flexibility as you pursue your college degree. USU has a unique system that allows you to take courses online, in Logan, or at one of our 32 campus/education centers around the state.
For more information about these tuition changes, visit: Tuition.USU.Edu.
I hope you can take advantage of these tuition changes, and wish you good luck in pursuing your higher education goals.