Knowing what you’re paying for is important in these times

Kyle Reynolds and Kyle Reynolds

‘ You pay it every semester, or at least your parents or perhaps a scholarship does. ‘ It is your tuition. This month’s In Focus will explore where your tuition dollars and other student fees go. ‘ General, instructional, graduation, credit hour and class fees are all discussed. ‘ With the current state of the economy, more and more people want to know where their money is going. ‘ Especially after USG’s endorsement of the Stroh Center earlier this week, which may result in another $60 student fee, a lot of interest has been generated in how students’ money is spent at the University. ‘ Additional information on the University’s budget is available on the homepage for Office of Budgeting and Resource Planning at