The CU Board of Regents on Thursday voted to approve recommendations on tuition, compensation and fees for the 2022-23 fiscal year. The plan invests in CU faculty and staff and helps keep tuition increases in check, which was made possible by the state Legislature’s support for an 11.4% increase in overall higher education funding next year.
At UCCS, CU Denver and CU Anschutz, undergraduate resident tuition will increase 2%.
The board previously approved CU Boulder’s rates in June 2021; the campus provides a four-year tuition guarantee, which allows undergraduate students and their families to count on the same rate of tuition for four consecutive years. Incoming students at CU Boulder will see a 2.3% combined tuition and mandatory fee increase. Because of the elimination of a capital construction fee, continuing students will see a decrease in combined tuition and mandatory fees.
Proposed fees vary by campus.
The compensation recommendation includes a 3% across-the-board increase for classified staff and a 3% merit pool for faculty and non-classified staff.
A final vote on the budget is scheduled for the Board of Regents’ June meeting.