Arkansas Tech University not increasing tuition, fees or housing costs for 2024-25

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – Arkansas Tech University officials said they are working to keep education affordable for students in the upcoming school year.

In a Friday release, ATU officials announced that the school will not be increasing tuition, mandatory fees and student housing costs for the 2024-25 academic year.

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ATU interim president Dr. Russell Jones highlighted the importance of the decision.

“These are challenging times for the people of Arkansas and their families,” Jones said. “The pressure of inflation and other economic factors are forcing Arkansans to make difficult choices.”

Jones added that it was important higher education remains accessible so individuals and families could improve their lot in life.

“Arkansas Tech University is pleased to be able to hold the line on tuition, mandatory fees and student housing costs for 2024-25,” Jones said. “This has always been a place of opportunity, and it is important that we remain true to that mission.”

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According to the release, ATU is the only public four-year college in Arkansas that will not be increasing tuition, mandatory fees and student housing costs for the 2024-25 school year.

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