Monthly Archives: June 2014

Breaking down the decision to raise tuition by 5%

Last Wednesday, the Kansas Board of Regents voted to accept K-State‚Äôs proposal for a 5 percent increase to undergraduate and graduate tuition. The proposal was originally formed by the Tuition Strategies Committee, which is comprised of student representatives and was … Continue reading

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Projects financed by City/University Fund green lighted

In a recent meeting attended by Student Body President Reagan Kays, the Manhattan City Commission unanimously passed K-State’s final proposal for the allocation of this year’s City/University Special Projects Fund. The fund comes from city tax dollars generated on K-State’s … Continue reading

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Underutilized summer Collegiate Readership Program suspended, saving students $13K

Through the Collegiate Readership Program, SGA has given K-State students access to daily newspapers for almost 10 years. During the fall and spring semesters, the program is very effective. Last year, students picked up nearly 1,300 papers a day from … Continue reading

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