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    • Settling the Gap
      Rising Tuition Costs at UTEP
    • Why do Tuition Costs Rise?
      Public institutions are heavily funded by subsides
      States distribute the funds, which are collected taxes, on a priority basis
      If, for example, the state gives more funds to K-12 there are less funds for colleges
      Therefore, if funding drops tuition rises
    • Advantages
      Raising UTEP tuition from the point of view of the school
    • Advantages
      Usually when paying higher tuition, you are paying for better teachers and their salary
      If students pay higher tuition they will be less likely to “coast” and more likely to strive for good grades
      Higher tuition allows for students to use facilities and services for no charge
      UTEP’s goal is Tier 1 status
    • Disadvantages
      Rising tuition at UTEP from the point of view of the student
    • Disadvantages
      Creates an added stress to the student
      Students will more likely be in debt
      Some of the added cost are for athletics, which most students are less concerned with
      There are a lot of other costs such a books that put more strain on a student
    • The Solution
      To rising UTEP tuition costs
    • Solutions
      • Have a meeting with students and faculty to discuss all issues and clear the air
      • Hopefully, settle on a reasonable increase for both parties
      • Research what organizations or programs can handle and sustain a budget cost
      • Rally UTEP students, teachers, organizations, and clubs to search for more private funding to help deter the cost to students