June 14, 2023

Regents set fiscal year 2024 tuition and fee rates at state universities

(Topeka, Kan.) – The Kansas Board of Regents (KBOR) approved tuition and fees at the six state universities for the upcoming year. After largely holding tuition flat for the past four years, the Regents approved increases at all state universities today.

“State university leaders have worked diligently the past four years to find efficiencies and keep costs for students as low as possible,” said KBOR Chair Jon Rolph. “At the same time, state universities are facing substantial inflationary pressure, and the new rates are necessary if our system is to continue to provide students with the quality education they deserve.”

The following table shows undergraduate tuition increases at the state universities for full-time students per semester for Fiscal Year 2024:


Emporia State

Fort Hays State

Kansas State

Pittsburg State

University of Kansas

University of Kansas Medical Center

Wichita State

% Change








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“Affordability remains a key area of focus for the Board,” said Chair Rolph. “In the past year, we’ve successfully advocated for a significant increase to need-based student financial aid, and we’re implementing initiatives such as open educational resources, a systemwide general education package and improved advising services that will help students save money and graduate on-time.”

View the comprehensive tables of approved tuition and fees.

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About the Kansas Board of Regents
The nine-member Kansas Board of Regents is the governing board of the state’s six universities and the statewide coordinating board for the state’s 32 public higher education institutions (six state universities, one municipal university, nineteen community colleges, and six technical colleges). In addition, the Board administers the state’s student financial aid, adult education, high school equivalency, and career and technical education programs. Private proprietary schools and out-of-state institutions are authorized by the Kansas Board of Regents to operate in Kansas.