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April 29, 2022

UConn to increase student fees by $632 next fiscal year

Photo | Contributed UConn's flagship campus in Storrs.

The University of Connecticut’s Board of Trustees announced Wednesday the school will be increasing  student fees in fiscal 2023 to help cover the rising costs of services.

The plan includes a $268 increase for mandatory fees that pay for health, transit and student activity services. 

There will also be a $364 increase in dining and housing rates. 

The university said fee-funded expenses at the institution have grown 18%, but that the fees paid by students to support them have increased only by about 4%.

The university said the changes will take effect beginning with the new fiscal year on July 1. The changes do not affect the five-year tuition plan adopted in 2019 for fiscal years 2021-2025.

Here’s a breakdown of the various fee increases:

  • The general university fee will go from $1,380,to $1,474 
  • The student health services fee will go from $636 to $686
  • Infrastructure maintenance fees to go from $468 to $558
  • Technology fees from $150 to $174
  • Transit fees, excluding the UPass rate increase, will go from $168 to $178
  • Dining fees will go from $6,020 to $6,186
  • Housing fees will go from $7,238 to $7,436

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