Tuition and Fees
The University of Kansas submits a Tuition and Fees Proposal to the Kansas Board of Regents in May of each year, which outlines proposed tuition rates for the upcoming fiscal year, basic details regarding proposed fee changes or new fees, as well as a section on projected tuition and fee revenues and planned uses of increased revenues. The Board reviews the proposal and sets the policy at their June meeting.
The KU Comprehensive Fee Schedule provides more details on specific fees based upon the student program and is the official document of tuition rates and fees. The schedule is usually approved by the Regents in June and subsequently made available to the public later that month.
The summary reports below are for concise informational purposes only and please refer to the Comprehensive Fee Schedule for official details. For questions regarding these reports, please contact Enterprise Analytics. Prior years back to FY 2012 are available upon request.
Tuition and Fees - Fiscal Year 2020 Note: KBOR held tuition and fees flat for FY 2020