UVM President Recommends Tuition And Fees Freeze
The president of the University of Vermont wants to freeze tuition and other student costs in the next academic year.
UVM President Suresh Garimella said Monday he will present a proposal to the Board of Trustees that maintains a freeze on tuition for a third year. He also recommends that room and board fees, which average just over $13,000 annually, be frozen for the first time in more than three decades. “These moves on behalf of our students are an investment in our future.”
Garamella also announced that a new fundraising initiative has begun, hoping to provide $150 million in financial support for undergraduate and graduate students.