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The University of Texas at Austin Releases Blueprint to Raising Graduation Rates Within Five Years

The key to raising four-year graduation rates at The University of Texas at Austin is enhancing freshman orientation and the first-year experience to better emphasize academics and improving advising and student tracking, according to a newly released task force report. The Task Force on Undergraduate Graduation Rates was formed last year to develop strategies to…   » Continue Reading

TPAC Proposes 2.6 Percent Increases for In-State Undergraduates for Each of Next Two Academic Years

The Tuition Policy Advisory Committee (TPAC) at The University of Texas at Austin has recommended raising in-state student tuition by 2.6 percent for each of the next two years, a move supporting a priority by The University of Texas System Board of Regents to improve four-year graduation rates.

Public Forum on Tuition Policy Advisory Committee Recommendations to be Held Wednesday, Jan. 20

A public forum to discuss recommendations from the Tuition Policy Advisory Committee and receive comments about a proposed tuition increase will be held from 5:30-7 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 20, in the Avaya Auditorium of the ACES Building at The University of Texas at Austin.

Tuition Policy Advisory Committee Recommends 3.95 Percent Tuition Increase to Avoid Budget Cuts

The Tuition Policy Advisory Committee (TPAC) at The University of Texas at Austin has recommended to President William Powers Jr. a tuition increase of 3.95 percent per year for the 2010-11 and 2011-12 academic years for all undergraduate and graduate student programs to avoid budget cuts that would jeopardize the university's quality of education and…   » Continue Reading

Tuition Policy Advisory Committee Recommends Increases at The University of Texas at Austin

The Tuition Policy Advisory Committee (TPAC), a panel of students, faculty and administrators at The University of Texas at Austin, has recommended to President William Powers Jr., average increases in cost of attendance of $318 per semester in 2008-09 and $303 in 2009-10.