Increase in Total Student Charges, Undergraduate Tuition Lowest in Three Decades at the University of Pennsylvania
March 18, 1999
PHILADELPHIA - Total student charges at the University of Pennsylvania will increase 3.7 percent for the 1999-2000 academic year, the lowest percentage increase in more than three decades, according to an announcement today (March 18) by President Judith Rodin.
She said that tuition and fees for undergraduate students will increase 4.2 percent, from $23,254 to $24,230; average room and board will increase 2.2 percent, from $7,206 to $7,362. Total student charges will increase 3.7 percent, from $30,460 to $31,592.