WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Purdue University trustees on Friday approved the tuition and fee schedules for the 2022 and 2023 fiscal years and the university’s operating budget for the 2022 fiscal year. Purdue University tuition and fees will stay frozen for undergraduates this coming school year.
This is now the 10th consecutive year the school is keeping those base fees at just under $10,000 per year for undergraduates who are Indiana residents.
Some graduate students, however, are expected to see a new or increased cost for college during the 2022 to 2023 school year.
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program fees increase of $1,500 per semester (net of the retirement of an existing fee) for students first enrolled in the program in Fall 2022 or after.
- Doctor of Pharmacy program fees increase of $488 per semester (net of the retirement of an existing fee) for students first enrolled in the program in Fall 2022 or after.
- New fee of $750 per semester for master’s degree program in Speech-Language Pathology for students first enrolled in the program in Fall 2022 or after.
- New fee of $1,500 per semester for master’s degree in Athletic Training program.
The flight program increases in cost every two years and it's set to increase 16% during this coming school year.
Trustees endorsed the following total operating expenditures for fiscal year 2022:
- At the West Lafayette campus: $2.206 billion.
- At Purdue Northwest: $157 million.
- At Purdue Fort Wayne: $154 million.
Revenues are budgeted at $2.591 billion and are expected to exceed expenditures by $74 million.