Hastings students anxious about mid-year tuition increases can relax – at least for now.
I caught up with law school CFO Dave Seward this evening to ask about today’s meeting where tuition was discussed. Seward assured me that there will be no mid-year fee increases at Hastings. He basically said he’d kill puppies before he let that happen. (Well, he didn’t say that, but he agreed something really drastic would have to happen before the school made such a move.)
“We feel very strongly about advanced notice,” Seward said.
A memo did go out to first- and second-years about the fees that were approved in September for the school year starting in fall of 2010. Enrollment fees will go up to $36,000 (not including health insurance and such) – up from $29,383 in the 2009-10 school year. For details, check out the memo.
Petra is a Cal Law reporter.