State Board approves tuition grandfathering for non-residents
Thursday (Nov. 15) - The State Board of Higher Education approved grandfathering tuition options for current non-resident students and those enrolled by fall 2013. Minot State University’s current "Grow North Dakota" plan permits charging non-resident students in-state, resident tuition rates. According to the grandfather provision, all current out-of-state students will continue to pay the approved in-state rate up to fall 2016. Non-resident students beginning fall 2013 will be charged the in-state rate up to the fall 2017. The chart below outlines the approved grandfathering option for non-resident students.
Additional information will continue to be published on the MSU web site.
For additional questions, please contact the MSU Business Office at 701-858-3333 or 800-777-0750, ext. 3333.
Grandfathering options for all non-residents
|4 yr. Grandfathering|
|New and currently enrolled students in Fall 2012 and Spring 2013 *|| 100%|
(up to fall 2016)
(fall 2016 and forward)
|New students admitted and enrolled in Fall 2013 *||100%|
(up to fall 2017)
(fall 2017 and forward)
|New students admitted and enrolled spring 2014 *||125-175%||125-175%|
|New students admitted and enrolled fall 2014 and beyond *||125-175%||125-175%|
*continuous enrollment (excluding summer)
Tuition resident rates
|Grow ND||Pathways to Student Success Plan (Spring 2013)|
|Contiguous state and two Canadian Provinces of MB/SK||100%||125%|
|MHEC and WICHE||100%||150%|
|Non-resident, International, and other Canadian Provinces||100%||175%|