Despite Cuts, UT-Arlington Won't Increase Tuition

Despite shrinking state support, University of Texas at Arlington President Jim Spaniolo signaled today that his school would not raise tuition in the upcoming 2012-13 academic year.

Since tuition deregulation in 2003, UT-Arlington has increased its price tag every year. The average annual tuition rate has risen from $4,123 in the 2001-02 academic year to $9,292 this year. And that's where it will remain next year. Additionally, the annual rate for room and board at the school will stay steady at $7,554.

"Because we’re concerned about affordability, about the uncertain economy, about shrinking financial aid at ...

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