New York will be the first state in the U.S. to provide free tuition to students attending public colleges and universities. The governor of New York, Andrew Cuomo, signed the program into law April 13. There is a catch. Only families that earn an annual income of $100,000 or less during […]
The UNF Board of Trustees (BOT) approved protections and rules regarding the use of service animals on campus, tenure for two faculty members, a new performance metric and other amendments at their meeting on June 7.
Deciding not to attend classes can cost students up to $40 per week.
The final meeting of the year saw the validation of a new motto for Enrollment Services and a new degree program in Deaf Education.
IncludED, a new system being discussed, could give students a new approach to textbooks. IncludED is a program offered through Follett, which is the course material distributer for the UNF Bookstore. The program would factor the cost of textbooks into tuition or fees.
Aim Higher activists rallied in the student union on Jan. 14 in an attempt to call attention to the 15 percent tuition increase students may face this year. UNF is the first institution in the state to host an Aim Higher rally and kick off the campaign. “Thirty seconds could […]
Tuition could be going up for some students but not others if the findings from the Blue Ribbon Task Force on Higher Education are enacted. Commissioned by Gov. Rick Scott, the task force was created to create strategies for improving the state’s public university system. The task force’s key findings […]
A man in Fruit Cove signs away $300 million. Two months later, UNF’s tuition increased by 13 percent.
Gov. Rick Scott cut those $300 million from state higher education in Florida this year.
Forbes magazine ranks UNF on its annual “America’s Top Colleges” list. UNF ranked at #421, a higher placement than last year (#491), but still behind UF (#80).
UNF President John Delaney sat down with Spinnaker reporter Bonnie Mulqueen today to discuss a number of recent campus issues such as his decision to stay at UNF and the 13 percent tuition differential increase, approved by the Florida Board of Governors on June 21.
UNF will not appeal the decision by the Board of Governors to approve a 13 percent tuition increase after the university requested a 15 percent increase to tuition. “We appreciate the work of the Board of Governors and are satisfied with its decision. In a sign of respect for the […]
The BOT joins the state in piling budgets on students’ backs Here we go again. The state, and now UNF, has dumped all the responsibility of keeping higher education in Florida relevant on the students. March 20, at the seemingly annual UNF Board of Trustees tuition hike meeting, the BOT […]
UNF Student Body President Matt Brockelman addresses the new Academic Enhancement Fee.
Florida is denying in-state tuition to U.S. citizens living in the state who are unable to prove the lawful immigration status of their guardians – an unconstitutional policy that more than triples the cost. As a result, the Southern Poverty Law Center – an American nonprofit civil rights organization – […]
Tuition hikes across the country account for a lack of state revenue dollars, even here at UNF.
The Board of Trustees approved an increase in tuition fees Thursday, as well as an academic enhancement fee.