§ 35.29. Tuition.
(a) The normal tuition charged each student shall be an amount fixed by the board of trustees of the college attended by apportioning among the students enrolled not more than 1/3 of the budgeted annual operating costs of the college.
(b) For tuition purposes, students shall be classified as resident or nonresident students according to the appropriate sections of this chapter.
(c) Part-time students shall be charged tuition on a per credit basis by prorating the number of credits for which they are enrolled as a proportion of 12 semester credits during a semester.
(d) Where an annual audit reveals that income from student tuition exceeds the legislatively prescribed share of the total operating costs, the college shall be required to submit a written justification to assure that it is making appropriate efforts to comply with the intent of the legislation concerning the share of operating costs to be borne by the student.
The provisions of this § 35.29 adopted February 9, 1973, effective February 10, 1973, 3 Pa.B. 281; amended May 27, 1977, effective May 28, 1977, 7 Pa.B. 1426. Immediately preceding text appears at serial page (10399).
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