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OSU/A&M Board of Regents vote unanimously to freeze tuition and fees for third consecutive year at Oklahoma State University

Friday, June 14, 2024

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The OSU/A&M Board of Regents has unanimously voted to freeze tuition and mandatory fees for the third consecutive year at Oklahoma State University. This year marks five out of the last six years without increases.

The decision underscores the Board's desire to make an OSU college education more accessible and affordable for students and their families.

After the vote, Regent Chair Joe Hall commented, "As Regents overseeing Oklahoma State University, we are pleased to maintain our current tuition and mandatory fees for the third consecutive year without an increase. This decision reflects the commitment of OSU leadership and the Regents to responsible fiscal management. As a land-grant university, our primary mission is to offer an affordable, accessible, and high-quality education so as many students as possible can earn a college degree. By prioritizing affordability, we can play a significant role in advancing our state by making it possible for many individuals to obtain a college degree and contribute to the betterment of society."

OSU President Kayse Shrum expressed her appreciation for the Regents' support for holding the line on tuition and mandatory fees.

"The decision reflects our shared commitment to affordability through prudent management of our financial resources," Dr. Shrum said. "The OSU community's dedication to solid financial management allows us to fulfill our land grant mission to provide access for as many students as possible to a high-quality college education."

S&P Global and Fitch Group, two leading national credit rating agencies, have consistently recognized OSU's solid financial position, assigning it a high AA- rating. The ratings validate OSU's solid financial capacity, the highest among Oklahoma colleges and universities.

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