Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, June 16, 1980, Section A, Page 6, Image 6

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TABLES OUTSIDE
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MINISTRY
OPEN FOR THE SUMMER_
- opportunities for worship/study/fellowship
- people to talk to/counseling by appointment
- quiet places to study or relax
KOINONIA
CENTER
1414 Kincaid
Eugene, OR 97401
Tel. 484 1707
Mon-Thurs 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Fri 9 a.m.-3 p.m.
NEWMAN
CENTER
1850 Emerald
Eugene, OR 97403
Tel. 343-7021
Mon-Thurs 9 a.m.-lO p.m.
WESLEY CENTER
1236 Kincaid
Eugene, OR 97401
Tel. 344-4219
Mon-Fri 8:30-4:30
FOR MORE INFORMATION.
CALL 484-1707 or UO ext. 3597 .
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Summer fees hit $297,
1980-81 tuition uncertain
By SALL Y HODGKINSON
Of the Emerald
The $297 tuition and fee rate summmer
school students are paying may be con
sidered a bargin fall term.
Summer school undergraduate
students are paying $250 in instruction
costs, $23 in incidental fees, $8 in build
ing fees and $16 for the health center fee.
But these fees — except the instruction
fee for resident students — will increase
fall term.
Although Univeristy administrators
haven't decided on a incidental fee rate,
students can expect to see between a $5
to $15 increase fall term. The Athletic
Department's $400,000 debt is forcing
administrators to recommend an incidn
tal fee increase to cover the debt and
funnel more money into women’s athle
tics.
University administrators will take their
incidental fee recommendation to the
State Board of Higher Education for final
approval in July. The 1979-80 incidental
fee was $36.50; the Athletic Department
is asking for $15 more per term — a 300
percent increase in the department's
current incidental fee allocation.
If this fee increase is recommended by
University Pres. William Boyd, 1980-81
tuition could increase as much as $38 for
resident undergraduates from the
1979-80 tuition level. This could also
mean a $101 increase in nonresident
undergraduate tuition, a $50 increase in
resident graduate tuition and a $73 in
crease in nonresident graduate tuition.
If a $15 incidental fee increase is ap
proved, resident undergraduates will pay
$324.50 per term next year, nonresident
undergraduates $1,095.50, resident
graduates $481.50 and nonresident
graduates $812.50.
Resident undergraduate students will
pay $19 less for instructional fees in the
fall. Resident graduate students will pay
$13 less. This decrease is because in
struction costs 10 to 15 percent more
summer term.
Although the $29.50 health fee, the
$12.50 building fee and the instruction
fees for 1980-81 have been approved by
the state board, the University's inciden
tal fee recommendation will be dis
cussed in a public hearing at the board s
July meeting in Klamath Falls.
Representatives from ASUO plan to
protest the increase if it is larger than $5,
says ASUO Pres. Dave Eaton. Incidental
fees are used to support student pro
grams and services.
The ASUO leaders will also protest a
plan to separate the incidental fee into
three fees — one for athletics, one for the
EMU and one for ASUO programs. The
two new fees would be controlled by
different committees with student and
faculty members. Currently, the Inciden
tal Fee Committee, a seven-member
student board, recommends incidental
fee allocations for all the programs.
The incidental fee, the building fee and
the health center fee are the same for all
students. Only the instruction fee varies.
Resident undergraduates pay 23 percent
of their instruction costs while nonre
sident undergraduates pay 100 percent.
Health fees enable students to use the
Student Health Center for general
medical attention and treatment
Students are charged only for special
services such as immunization, pre
scriptions, X-rays and lab fees. Students
can also receive 15 days of free hospi
talization in the infirmary.
The building fee — the only fee with no
increase this year — is used to maintain
and repair buildings.
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