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SUBJECT: 800s: Financial Affairs EFFECTIVE: November 17, 2011
Section: 805.1 Tuition

  1. The Board shall annually establish tuition rates. "Tuition" means the basic charge assessed enrolled students, on a per-credit basis or otherwise, for classes or programs for which students earn academic credit that may be applied toward a degree. Tuition does not include fees or other charges assessed students for specific or supplemental services including, but not limited to, student activity, access, program or technology fees.

  2. All tuition revenues and expenditures of those revenues generated from degree credit, including audited courses, regardless of delivery methodology, must be accounted for and budgeted as institutional collections in general ledger appropriated funds.

  3. Tuition rates shall include rates for residents and nonresidents, as those terms are defined by law, and, except as otherwise approved by the Board, the following rates for these special categories:

    1. For residents of South Dakota, Montana, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, a tuition rate equal to 150 per cent of the resident rate at UND or NDSU and 125 per cent of the resident rate at other institutions;

    2. For undergraduate students who are children or spouses of graduates of NDUS institutions, a tuition rate equal to 150 percent of the resident rate, regardless of residency; and

    3. Such other special rates as may be established by agreements entered into under N.D.C.C. 15-10-28, N.D.C.C. ch. 15-10.1 or under regional higher education compacts.
  4. Institutions may assess a charge for non-degree credit and non-credit classes for which students do not earn academic credit that may be applied to a degree, including attached credit courses and institutionally-sponsored professional development activities.

History:
New Policy. Constitution of North Dakota, Article 8, Section 6.
SBHE Minutes, December 2, 1985, page 5433.
Amendment SBHE Minutes, June 16, 2000.
Amendment SBHE Minutes, September 26, 2002.
Amendment SBHE Minutes, May 14, 2009.
Amentment SBHE Minutes, November 17, 2011.
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