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1 Deregulation What are the different types of tuition charged to students enrolled at a public university? There are three types of tuition: Statutory : A tuition charge authorized under Texas Education Code (TEC) in an amount determined by the Texas Legislature for resident or nonresident students. Currently, the university rate is set at $50 per semester credit hour (SCH) for resident students. Higher rates are charged for nonresident students. for students at community and technical colleges is set by the governing boards within certain statutory parameters. Designated : TEC authorizes institutions other than public community colleges to impose on any graduate or undergraduate, resident or nonresident student, an additional tuition charge that the governing board of the institution considers necessary for the effective operation of the institution. This rate varies by institution. Board Authorized : A tuition charge authorized under TEC for graduate programs. s can set tuition at rates at least twice that of undergraduate tuition, and can set different rates among programs. What is tuition deregulation? Prior to 2003, the Texas Legislature had the regulatory authority to set tuition rates, generally mandating that the same statutory and designated tuition rate be charged across the state. In 2003 the 78th Legislature passed HB 3015, amending TEC to allow governing boards of public universities to set different designated tuition rates. There is no upper limit on the amount of designated tuition that a university may charge and the amounts may vary by program, course level, and academic period. deregulation became effective September 1, 2003, and universities began increasing designated tuition in spring What other academic charges are paid by students? In addition to statutory and designated tuition charges, all students are assessed certain fees: Mandatory Fees are authorized by statute or by the governing board of an institution, and are charged to a student upon enrollment to provide services available to every student. Examples of such fees are library and laboratory fees, course and incidental fees collected under TEC 55.16(c), and other mandatory fees as authorized by the governing board of the institution. Course Fees are mandatory fees required of all students enrolled in a particular course, such as materials for a chemistry lab, or a discretionary fee required of students in a given course, or for students participating in a special activity, such as a parking fee. This includes fees for state-funded continuing education courses. THECB 03/2011 Page 1 of 2

2 Total Academic Charges are the total of all tuition, mandatory, and course fee charges for a student taking a given number of SCHs. It does not include textbook or other education related costs not directly tied to institutional charges. How much have tuition and fees increased since tuition deregulation? From fall 2003 through fall 2010, the statewide average total academic charges for a student taking 15 SCHs at a public university has increased by 83 percent. (See attached Academic Charges chart.) What financial assistance set-asides were required in HB 3015? While authorizing the increase in designated tuition, HB 3015 also added TEC Sections and , which require universities to set-aside at least 15 percent of the amount of resident undergraduate and graduate designated tuition charges in excess of $46 per SCH. This set-aside is to be used to provide financial assistance for undergraduate or graduate students and is intended to lessen the impact of tuition deregulation. Universities are also required to set-aside an additional 5 percent of undergraduate resident designated tuition over $46 per SCH to fund the Texas B-on-Time Student Loan Program. The total financial aid set-asides (not including BOT) for fiscal years was $471 million for undergraduates and $94 million for graduate students. What have universities reported on spending the additional tuition revenue? Universities report that tuition increases are providing a growing share of their operational income, using funds to recruit and retain faculty and staff, increase academic course offerings, lower student/teacher ratios, enhance student services such as academic and career counseling, maintain and improve facilities, pay increasing utility costs, service building debt, and provide additional financial aid to lower-and-middle-income students. How are universities held accountable for deregulated tuition? The Legislature provided that, as a condition of tuition deregulation, each university shall make satisfactory progress towards the goals provided in its master plan for higher education and Closing the Gaps, and the state s plan for higher education. HB 3015 and section requires each university to meet acceptable performance criteria, including measures such as graduation rates, retention rates, enrollment growth, educational quality, efforts to increase diversity, opportunities for financial aid, and affordability. For more information: Office of External Relations Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (512) THECB 03/2011 Page 2 of 2

3 TEXAS HIGHER EDUCATION COORDINATING BOARD TUITION AND FEES DATA The tuition and fee data reported on the following pages reflects the average amounts charged to resident undergraduate students enrolled in 15 semester credit hours (SCH) per semester at Texas public universities. s reported include statutory tuition, designated tuition, average mandatory fees and average college course fees. A student's actual charges may vary based on the student's classification and level of enrollment, the college the student attends within the university, the student's specific personal circumstances, or for other reasons deemed appropriate by the institution. FOOTNOTES: * All data was reported under definitions for tuition and fees adopted January 2006 by the Coordinating Board. (1) Texas A&M University implemented flat-rate tuition plans in Fall (2) The University of Texas at Arlington implemented flat-rate tuition plans in Fall (3) The Univerity of Texas at Austin implemented flat-rate tuition plans in Fall (4) University of North Texas implemented flat-rate tuition plans in Fall (5) University of North Texas Denton is reporting for UNT - Dallas. DATA AMENDMENT: NOTE: For the purposes of calculating the change in tuition and fees between Fall 2003 and Fall 2010 beginning on page 38, the statewide averages exclude those universities that did not exist in Fall 2003 (Texas A&M University-Central Texas, Texas A&M University-San Antonio, and the University of North Texas-Dallas). Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx and Fees Footnotes 9/9/2011

4 FALL 2003-Fall 2010 Fall 2003 Spring 2004 Spring 2004 Fall 2004 $1,793 $1,793 $0 0.00% $1,793 $1,916 $ % $1,747 $1,917 $ % $1,917 $1,947 $ % $1,792 $1,917 $ % $1,917 $1,958 $ % $1,854 $1,848 -$6-0.32% $1,848 $2,176 $ % $1,970 $2,077 $ % $2,077 $2,337 $ % $1,735 $1,735 $0 0.00% $1,735 $2,187 $ % $1,717 $1,777 $ % $1,777 $1,951 $ % $1,787 $1,785 -$2-0.11% $1,785 $1,948 $ % $1,661 $1,661 $0 0.00% $1,661 $1,917 $ % $2,357 $2,545 $ % $2,545 $3,084 $ % $1,821 $1,821 $0 0.00% $1,821 $1,928 $ % $1,952 $1,943 -$9-0.46% $1,943 $2,175 $ % $1,868 $2,010 $ % $2,010 $2,368 $ % $1,928 $1,928 $0 0.00% $1,928 $2,058 $ % $1,435 $1,414 -$ % $1,414 $1,465 $ % $1,866 $1,866 $0 0.00% $1,866 $2,204 $ % $2,072 $2,283 $ % $2,283 $2,407 $ % $2,525 $2,677 $ % $2,677 $3,076 $ % $1,895 $1,863 -$ % $1,863 $2,133 $ % $2,366 $2,523 $ % $2,523 $2,815 $ % $2,721 $3,079 $ % $3,079 $3,500 $ % $1,490 $1,497 $7 0.47% $1,497 $1,774 $ % $2,622 $2,914 $ % $2,914 $3,296 $ % $1,837 $2,084 $ % $2,084 $2,378 $ % $2,222 $2,451 $ % $2,451 $2,849 $ % $1,795 $1,807 $ % $1,807 $2,076 $ % $1,749 $1,816 $ % $1,816 $1,967 $ % $1,559 $1,532 -$ % $1,532 $1,644 $ % $2,266 $2,535 $ % $2,535 $2,915 $ % $1,858 $2,069 $ % $2,069 $2,322 $ % $1,615 $1,691 $ % $1,691 $1,974 $ % - Victoria $1,885 $2,035 $ % $2,035 $2,125 $ % $2,366 $2,576 $ % $2,576 $2,959 $ % $1,621 $1,621 $0 0.00% $1,621 $1,836 $ % $1,934 $2,032 $ % $2,032 $2,284 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 2 & Mand Fees Comparison 9/9/2011

5 FALL 2003-Fall Victoria Fall 2004 Spring 2005 Spring 2005 Fall 2005 $1,916 $1,991 $ % $1,991 $2,173 $ % $1,947 $2,187 $ % $2,187 $2,367 $ % $1,958 $2,086 $ % $2,086 $2,319 $ % $2,176 $2,174 -$2-0.09% $2,174 $2,529 $ % $2,337 $2,403 $ % $2,403 $2,506 $ % $2,187 $2,187 $0 0.00% $2,187 $2,394 $ % $1,951 $1,861 -$ % $1,861 $2,075 $ % $1,948 $1,947 -$1-0.05% $1,947 $2,120 $ % $1,917 $1,917 $0 0.00% $1,917 $2,109 $ % $3,084 $3,340 $ % $3,340 $3,370 $ % $1,928 $1,928 $0 0.00% $1,928 $2,084 $ % $2,175 $2,166 -$9-0.41% $2,166 $2,290 $ % $2,368 $2,374 $6 0.25% $2,374 $2,591 $ % $2,058 $2,058 $0 0.00% $2,058 $2,177 $ % $1,465 $1,462 -$2-0.14% $1,462 $1,597 $ % $2,204 $2,204 $0 0.00% $2,204 $2,234 $ % $2,407 $2,642 $ % $2,642 $2,690 $ % $3,076 $3,100 $ % $3,100 $3,235 $ % $2,133 $2,174 $ % $2,174 $2,440 $ % $2,815 $2,815 $0 0.00% $2,815 $2,955 $ % $3,500 $3,524 $ % $3,524 $3,643 $ % $1,774 $1,772 -$2-0.11% $1,772 $2,036 $ % $3,296 $3,296 $0 0.00% $3,296 $3,419 $ % $2,378 $2,336 -$ % $2,336 $2,519 $ % $2,849 $2,854 $5 0.18% $2,854 $2,985 $ % $2,076 $2,142 $ % $2,142 $2,320 $ % $1,967 $1,953 -$ % $1,953 $2,143 $ % $1,644 $1,953 $ % $1,953 $1,815 -$ % $2,915 $2,898 -$ % $2,898 $2,758 -$ % $2,322 $2,312 -$ % $2,312 $2,452 $ % $1,974 $1,976 $2 0.12% $1,976 $2,077 $ % $2,125 $2,125 $0 0.00% $2,125 $2,260 $ % $2,959 $2,971 $ % $2,971 $3,105 $ % $1,836 $1,836 $0 0.00% $1,836 $1,978 $ % $2,284 $2,323 $ % $2,323 $2,464 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 3 & Mand Fees Comparison 9/9/2011

6 FALL 2003-Fall Victoria Fall 2005 Spring 2006 Spring 2006 Fall 2006 $2,173 $2,173 $0 0.00% $2,173 $2,318 $ % $2,367 $2,442 $ % $2,442 $2,517 $ % $2,319 $2,359 $ % $2,359 $2,370 $ % $2,529 $2,519 -$ % $2,519 $2,878 $ % $2,506 $2,630 $ % $2,630 $2,702 $ % $2,394 $2,394 $0 0.00% $2,394 $2,666 $ % $2,075 $2,075 $0 0.00% $2,075 $2,184 $ % $2,120 $2,118 -$2-0.07% $2,118 $2,346 $ % $2,109 $2,109 $0 0.00% $2,109 $2,339 $ % $3,370 $3,401 $ % $3,401 $3,703 $ % $2,084 $2,083 -$1-0.05% $2,083 $2,330 $ % $2,290 $2,284 -$6-0.26% $2,284 $2,508 $ % $2,591 $2,594 $3 0.12% $2,594 $2,826 $ % $2,177 $2,174 -$3-0.14% $2,174 $2,327 $ % $1,597 $1,595 -$2-0.15% $1,595 $1,654 $ % $2,234 $2,234 $0 0.00% $2,234 $2,714 $ % $2,690 $2,690 $0 0.00% $2,690 $2,927 $ % $3,235 $3,230 -$5-0.15% $3,230 $3,396 $ % $2,440 $2,480 $ % $2,480 $2,583 $ % $2,955 $2,955 $0 0.00% $2,955 $3,425 $ % $3,643 $3,645 $2 0.05% $3,645 $4,012 $ % $2,036 $2,026 -$ % $2,026 $2,296 $ % $3,419 $3,419 $0 0.00% $3,419 $3,845 $ % $2,519 $2,465 -$ % $2,465 $2,700 $ % $2,985 $3,031 $ % $3,031 $3,362 $ % $2,320 $2,351 $ % $2,351 $2,555 $ % $2,143 $2,139 -$4-0.19% $2,139 $2,324 $ % $1,815 $1,790 -$ % $1,790 $2,129 $ % $2,758 $2,759 $1 0.04% $2,759 $3,514 $ % $2,452 $2,420 -$ % $2,420 $2,610 $ % $2,077 $2,076 $0-0.02% $2,076 $2,263 $ % $2,260 $2,260 $0 0.00% $2,260 $2,395 $ % $3,105 $3,076 -$ % $3,076 $3,258 $ % $1,978 $1,978 $0 0.00% $1,978 $2,257 $ % $2,464 $2,470 $6 0.25% $2,470 $2,713 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 4 & Mand Fees Comparison 9/9/2011

7 FALL 2003-Fall Victoria Fall 2006 Spring 2007 Spring 2007 Fall 2007 $2,318 $2,319 $1 0.04% $2,319 $2,555 $ % $2,517 $2,517 $0 0.00% $2,517 $2,790 $ % $2,370 $2,445 $ % $2,445 $2,800 $ % $2,878 $2,927 $ % $2,927 $3,220 $ % $2,702 $2,623 -$ % $2,623 $2,867 $ % $2,666 $2,666 $0 0.00% $2,666 $3,135 $ % $2,184 $2,184 $0 0.00% $2,184 $2,389 $ % $2,346 $2,346 $0 0.00% $2,346 $2,622 $ % $2,339 $2,339 $0 0.00% $2,339 $2,511 $ % $3,703 $3,667 -$ % $3,667 $3,895 $ % $2,330 $2,329 -$1-0.04% $2,329 $2,585 $ % $2,508 $2,521 $ % $2,521 $2,759 $ % $2,826 $2,826 $0 0.00% $2,826 $3,028 $ % $2,327 $2,326 -$1-0.04% $2,326 $2,452 $ % $1,654 $1,654 $0 0.00% $1,654 $1,864 $ % $2,714 $2,714 $0 0.00% $2,714 $2,939 $ % $2,927 $2,927 $0 0.00% $2,927 $3,253 $ % $3,396 $3,393 -$3-0.09% $3,393 $3,563 $ % $2,583 $2,601 $ % $2,601 $2,843 $ % $3,425 $3,425 $0 0.00% $3,425 $3,822 $ % $4,012 $4,008 -$4-0.10% $4,008 $4,065 $ % $2,296 $2,290 -$6-0.26% $2,290 $2,395 $ % $3,845 $3,845 $0 0.00% $3,845 $4,355 $ % $2,700 $2,662 -$ % $2,662 $2,877 $ % $3,362 $3,370 $8 0.24% $3,370 $3,621 $ % $2,555 $2,555 $0 0.00% $2,555 $2,775 $ % $2,324 $2,335 $ % $2,335 $2,500 $ % $2,129 $2,113 -$ % $2,113 $2,494 $ % $3,514 $3,517 $3 0.09% $3,517 $3,767 $ % $2,610 $2,606 -$4-0.15% $2,606 $2,741 $ % $2,263 $2,274 $ % $2,274 $2,468 $ % $2,395 $2,395 $0 0.00% $2,395 $2,476 $ % $3,258 $3,265 $7 0.21% $3,265 $3,337 $ % $2,257 $2,257 $0 0.00% $2,257 $2,601 $ % $2,713 $2,713 $0 0.01% $2,713 $2,952 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 5 & Mand Fees Comparison 9/9/2011

8 FALL 2003-Fall Victoria Fall 2007 Spring 2008 Spring 2008 Fall 2008 $2,555 $2,555 $0 0.00% $2,555 $2,705 $ % $2,790 $2,712 -$ % $2,712 $3,032 $ % $2,800 $2,800 $0 0.00% $2,800 $2,996 $ % $3,220 $3,162 -$ % $3,162 $3,412 $ % $2,867 $2,770 -$ % $2,770 $3,053 $ % $3,135 $3,135 $0 0.00% $3,135 $3,270 $ % $2,389 $2,389 $0 0.00% $2,389 $2,545 $ % $2,622 $2,622 $0 0.00% $2,622 $2,820 $ % $2,511 $2,501 -$ % $2,501 $2,698 $ % $3,895 $3,900 $5 0.13% $3,900 $4,148 $ % $2,585 $2,585 $0 0.00% $2,585 $2,585 $0 0.00% $2,759 $2,734 -$ % $2,734 $2,925 $ % $3,028 $3,158 $ % $3,158 $3,435 $ % $2,452 $2,451 -$1-0.04% $2,451 $2,745 $ % $1,864 $1,864 $0 0.00% $1,864 $2,121 $ % $2,939 $2,939 $0 0.00% $2,939 $3,201 $ % $3,253 $3,253 $0 0.00% $3,253 $3,497 $ % $3,563 $3,553 -$ % $3,553 $3,570 $ % $2,843 $2,914 $ % $2,914 $3,154 $ % $3,822 $3,647 -$ % $3,647 $4,071 $ % $4,065 $4,057 -$8-0.20% $4,057 $4,254 $ % $2,395 $2,390 -$5-0.21% $2,390 $2,718 $ % $4,355 $4,196 -$ % $4,196 $4,647 $ % $2,877 $2,848 -$ % $2,848 $3,048 $ % $3,621 $3,619 -$2-0.06% $3,619 $3,829 $ % $2,775 $2,813 $ % $2,813 $2,963 $ % $2,500 $2,500 $0 0.00% $2,500 $2,725 $ % $2,494 $2,443 -$ % $2,443 $2,598 $ % $3,767 $3,747 -$ % $3,747 $3,981 $ % $2,741 $2,761 $ % $2,761 $2,928 $ % $2,468 $2,523 $ % $2,523 $2,505 -$ % $2,476 $2,568 $ % $2,568 $2,657 $ % $3,337 $3,336 -$1-0.03% $3,336 $3,584 $ % $2,601 $2,496 -$ % $2,496 $2,691 $ % $2,952 $2,939 -$ % $2,939 $3,150 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 6 & Mand Fees Comparison 9/9/2011

9 FALL 2003-Fall Victoria Fall 2008 Spring 2009 Spring 2009 Fall 2009 $2,705 $2,705 $0 0.00% $2,705 $3,069 $ % $3,032 $3,017 -$ % $3,017 $3,313 $ % $2,996 $3,071 $ % $3,071 $3,225 $ % $3,412 $3,253 -$ % $3,253 $3,610 $ % $3,053 $3,032 -$ % $3,032 $3,237 $ % $3,270 $3,255 -$ % $3,255 $3,405 $ % $2,545 $2,545 $0 0.00% $2,545 $2,667 $ % $2,820 $2,827 $7 0.25% $2,827 $2,835 $8 0.28% $2,698 $2,698 $0 0.00% $2,698 $2,849 $ % $4,148 $4,148 $0 0.00% $4,148 $4,343 $ % $2,585 $2,591 $6 0.23% $2,591 $2,778 $ % $2,925 $2,902 -$ % $2,902 $3,067 $ % $3,435 $3,435 $0 0.00% $3,435 $3,593 $ % $2,745 $2,723 -$ % $2,723 $2,970 $ % $2,121 $2,121 $0 0.00% $2,121 $2,323 $ % $3,201 $3,201 $0 0.00% $3,201 $3,201 $0 0.00% $3,497 $3,497 $0 0.00% $3,497 $3,741 $ % $3,570 $3,615 $ % $3,615 $3,910 $ % $3,154 $3,154 $0 0.00% $3,154 $3,154 $0 0.00% $4,071 $4,071 $0 0.00% $4,071 $4,272 $ % $4,254 $4,249 -$5-0.12% $4,249 $4,468 $ % $2,718 $2,729 $ % $2,729 $2,806 $ % $4,647 $4,649 $2 0.04% $4,649 $4,915 $ % $3,048 $2,993 -$ % $2,993 $3,144 $ % $3,829 $3,816 -$ % $3,816 $4,023 $ % $2,963 $2,963 $0 0.00% $2,963 $3,213 $ % $2,725 $2,725 $0 0.00% $2,725 $2,875 $ % $2,598 $2,597 -$1-0.04% $2,597 $2,764 $ % $3,981 $3,971 -$ % $3,971 $4,163 $ % $2,928 $2,824 -$ % $2,824 $2,914 $ % $2,505 $2,506 $1 0.04% $2,506 $2,624 $ % $2,657 $2,657 $0 0.00% $2,657 $2,747 $ % $3,584 $3,585 $1 0.03% $3,585 $3,859 $ % $2,691 $2,691 $0 0.00% $2,691 $2,902 $ % $3,150 $3,142 -$9-0.28% $3,142 $3,323 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 7 & Mand Fees Comparison 9/9/2011

10 FALL 2003-Fall Victoria Fall 2009 Spring 2010 Spring 2010 Fall 2010 $3,069 $3,069 $0 0.00% $3,069 $3,347 $ % $3,313 $3,313 $0 0.00% $3,313 $3,472 $ % $3,225 $3,285 $ % $3,285 $3,471 $ % $3,610 $3,463 -$ % $3,463 $3,648 $ % $3,237 $3,256 $ % $3,256 $3,441 $ % $3,405 $3,405 $0 0.00% $3,405 $3,541 $ % $2,667 $2,667 $0 0.00% $2,667 $2,774 $ % $2,835 $3,004 $ % $3,004 $3,146 $ % $2,849 $2,849 $0 0.00% $2,849 $3,067 $ % $4,343 $4,352 $9 0.21% $4,352 $4,451 $ % n/a $2,946 n/a n/a $2,946 $3,029 $ % $2,778 $2,778 $0 0.00% $2,778 $2,999 $ % $3,067 $3,055 -$ % $3,055 $3,304 $ % $3,593 $3,593 $0 0.00% $3,593 $3,764 $ % $2,970 $3,051 $ % $3,051 $3,207 $ % n/a $2,751 n/a n/a $2,751 $2,911 $ % $2,323 $2,321 -$2-0.09% $2,321 $2,543 $ % $3,201 $3,436 $ % $3,436 $3,731 $ % $3,741 $3,741 $0 0.00% $3,741 $3,919 $ % $3,910 $3,975 $ % $3,975 $4,300 $ % $3,154 $3,540 $ % $3,540 $3,881 $ % $4,272 $4,447 $ % $4,447 $4,616 $ % $4,468 $4,457 -$ % $4,457 $4,708 $ % $2,806 $2,790 -$ % $2,790 $2,962 $ % $4,915 $4,996 $ % $4,996 $5,211 $ % $3,144 $3,139 -$5-0.16% $3,139 $3,280 $ % $4,023 $4,022 -$1-0.02% $4,022 $4,204 $ % $3,213 $3,267 $ % $3,267 $3,403 $ % $2,875 $2,875 $0 0.00% $2,875 $3,086 $ % $2,764 $2,768 $4 0.14% $2,768 $2,911 $ % $4,163 $4,160 -$3-0.07% $4,160 $4,245 $ % $2,914 $2,914 $0 0.00% $2,914 $3,021 $ % $2,624 $2,623 -$1-0.04% $2,623 $2,753 $ % $2,747 $2,747 $0 0.00% $2,747 $2,849 $ % $3,859 $3,863 $4 0.10% $3,863 $4,011 $ % $2,902 $2,902 $0 0.00% $2,902 $3,186 $ % $3,323 $3,328 $ % $3,328 $3,511 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 8 & Mand Fees Comparison 9/9/2011

11 (DESIGNATED TUITION) Fall 2003 Spring 2004 Spring 2004 Fall 2004 $600 $600 $0 0.00% $600 $660 $ % $600 $660 $ % $660 $720 $ % $585 $675 $ % $675 $675 $0 0.00% $540 $540 $0 0.00% $540 $690 $ % $585 $690 $ % $690 $795 $ % $615 $615 $0 0.00% $615 $960 $ % $450 $510 $ % $510 $570 $ % $645 $645 $0 0.00% $645 $780 $ % $525 $525 $0 0.00% $525 $690 $ % $690 $825 $ % $825 $1,117 $ % $645 $645 $0 0.00% $645 $720 $ % $690 $690 $0 0.00% $690 $868 $ % $690 $825 $ % $825 $1,118 $ % $600 $600 $0 0.00% $600 $690 $ % $510 $497 -$ % $497 $510 $ % $690 $690 $0 0.00% $690 $990 $ % $690 $840 $ % $840 $915 $ % $690 $840 $ % $840 $1,140 $ % $690 $690 $0 0.00% $690 $915 $ % $690 $840 $ % $840 $1,095 $ % $690 $1,053 $ % $1,053 $1,415 $ % $480 $480 $0 0.00% $480 $570 $ % $690 $990 $ % $990 $1,320 $ % $690 $960 $ % $960 $1,170 $ % $690 $915 $ % $915 $1,140 $ % $690 $690 $0 0.00% $690 $930 $ % $600 $675 $ % $675 $780 $ % $480 $480 $0 0.00% $480 $532 $ % $690 $975 $ % $975 $1,125 $ % $690 $855 $ % $855 $945 $ % $615 $690 $ % $690 $870 $ % - Victoria $690 $840 $ % $840 $840 $0 0.00% $690 $795 $ % $795 $1,125 $ % $458 $458 $0 0.00% $458 $570 $ % $625 $715 $ % $715 $881 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 9 Designated 9/9/2011

12 (DESIGNATED TUITION) - Victoria Fall 2004 Spring 2005 Spring 2005 Fall 2005 $660 $750 $ % $750 $840 $ % $720 $900 $ % $900 $975 $ % $675 $795 $ % $795 $990 $ % $690 $690 $0 0.00% $690 $945 $ % $795 $900 $ % $900 $900 $0 0.00% $960 $960 $0 0.00% $960 $1,140 $ % $570 $660 $ % $660 $660 $0 0.00% $780 $780 $0 0.00% $780 $900 $ % $690 $690 $0 0.00% $690 $825 $ % $1,117 $1,305 $ % $1,305 $1,305 $0 0.00% $720 $720 $0 0.00% $720 $780 $ % $868 $868 $0 0.00% $868 $924 $ % $1,118 $1,118 $0 0.00% $1,118 $1,305 $ % $690 $690 $0 0.00% $690 $780 $ % $510 $510 $0 0.00% $510 $600 $ % $990 $990 $0 0.00% $990 $990 $0 0.00% $915 $1,140 $ % $1,140 $1,140 $0 0.00% $1,140 $1,140 $0 0.00% $1,140 $1,185 $ % $915 $915 $0 0.00% $915 $1,095 $ % $1,095 $1,095 $0 0.00% $1,095 $1,196 $ % $1,415 $1,439 $ % $1,439 $1,451 $ % $570 $570 $0 0.00% $570 $660 $ % $1,320 $1,320 $0 0.00% $1,320 $1,370 $ % $1,170 $1,170 $0 0.00% $1,170 $1,215 $ % $1,140 $1,140 $0 0.00% $1,140 $1,234 $ % $930 $975 $ % $975 $975 $0 0.00% $780 $780 $0 0.00% $780 $885 $ % $532 $532 $0 0.00% $532 $644 $ % $1,125 $1,125 $0 0.00% $1,125 $1,155 $ % $945 $945 $0 0.00% $945 $1,005 $ % $870 $870 $0 0.00% $870 $938 $ % $840 $840 $0 0.00% $840 $900 $ % $1,125 $1,125 $0 0.00% $1,125 $1,215 $ % $570 $570 $0 0.00% $570 $630 $ % $881 $912 $ % $912 $993 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 10 Designated 9/9/2011

13 (DESIGNATED TUITION) - Victoria Fall 2005 Spring 2006 Spring 2006 Fall 2006 $840 $840 $0 0.00% $840 $900 $ % $975 $1,050 $ % $1,050 $1,050 $0 0.00% $990 $990 $0 0.00% $990 $990 $0 0.00% $945 $945 $0 0.00% $945 $1,133 $ % $900 $1,050 $ % $1,050 $1,050 $0 0.00% $1,140 $1,140 $0 0.00% $1,140 $1,275 $ % $660 $660 $0 0.00% $660 $750 $ % $900 $900 $0 0.05% $900 $1,050 $ % $825 $825 $0 0.00% $825 $945 $ % $1,305 $1,305 $0 0.00% $1,305 $1,436 $ % $780 $780 $0 0.00% $780 $1,005 $ % $924 $924 $0 0.00% $924 $1,022 $ % $1,305 $1,305 $0 0.00% $1,305 $1,436 $ % $780 $780 $0 0.00% $780 $900 $ % $600 $600 $0 0.00% $600 $630 $ % $990 $990 $0 0.00% $990 $1,470 $ % $1,140 $1,140 $0 0.00% $1,140 $1,320 $ % $1,185 $1,185 $0 0.00% $1,185 $1,275 $ % $1,095 $1,095 $0 0.00% $1,095 $1,170 $ % $1,196 $1,196 $0 0.00% $1,196 $1,472 $ % $1,451 $1,453 $2 0.14% $1,453 $1,670 $ % $660 $660 $0 0.00% $660 $870 $ % $1,370 $1,370 $0 0.00% $1,370 $1,512 $ % $1,215 $1,215 $0 0.00% $1,215 $1,283 $ % $1,234 $1,234 $0 0.00% $1,234 $1,384 $ % $975 $975 $0 0.00% $975 $1,125 $ % $885 $885 $0 0.00% $885 $1,020 $ % $644 $644 $0 0.00% $644 $884 $ % $1,155 $1,155 $0 0.00% $1,155 $1,319 $ % $1,005 $1,005 $0 0.00% $1,005 $1,155 $ % $938 $938 $0 0.00% $938 $1,061 $ % $900 $900 $0 0.00% $900 $1,035 $ % $1,215 $1,215 $0 0.00% $1,215 $1,358 $ % $630 $630 $0 0.00% $630 $855 $ % $993 $999 $7 0.67% $999 $1,141 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 11 Designated 9/9/2011

14 (DESIGNATED TUITION) - Victoria Fall 2006 Spring 2007 Spring 2007 Fall 2007 $900 $900 $0 0.00% $900 $1,125 $ % $1,050 $1,050 $0 0.00% $1,050 $1,275 $ % $990 $990 $0 0.00% $990 $1,230 $ % $1,133 $1,200 $ % $1,200 $1,425 $ % $1,050 $1,050 $0 0.00% $1,050 $1,260 $ % $1,275 $1,275 $0 0.00% $1,275 $1,455 $ % $750 $750 $0 0.00% $750 $930 $ % $1,050 $1,050 $0 0.00% $1,050 $1,200 $ % $945 $945 $0 0.00% $945 $1,020 $ % $1,436 $1,436 $0 0.00% $1,436 $1,590 $ % $1,005 $1,005 $0 0.00% $1,005 $1,260 $ % $1,022 $1,022 $0 0.00% $1,022 $1,134 $ % $1,436 $1,436 $0 0.00% $1,436 $1,590 $ % $900 $900 $0 0.00% $900 $952 $ % $630 $630 $0 0.00% $630 $810 $ % $1,470 $1,470 $0 0.00% $1,470 $1,695 $ % $1,320 $1,320 $0 0.00% $1,320 $1,650 $ % $1,275 $1,262 -$ % $1,262 $1,396 $ % $1,170 $1,170 $0 0.00% $1,170 $1,395 $ % $1,472 $1,472 $0 0.00% $1,472 $1,869 $ % $1,670 $1,666 -$4-0.24% $1,666 $1,823 $ % $870 $870 $0 0.00% $870 $990 $ % $1,512 $1,512 $0 0.00% $1,512 $2,022 $ % $1,283 $1,283 $0 0.00% $1,283 $1,406 $ % $1,384 $1,384 $0 0.00% $1,384 $1,515 $ % $1,125 $1,125 $0 0.00% $1,125 $1,275 $ % $1,020 $1,020 $0 0.00% $1,020 $1,185 $ % $884 $884 $0 0.00% $884 $1,108 $ % $1,319 $1,320 $1 0.08% $1,320 $1,559 $ % $1,155 $1,155 $0 0.00% $1,155 $1,290 $ % $1,061 $1,061 $0 0.00% $1,061 $1,275 $ % $1,035 $1,035 $0 0.00% $1,035 $1,086 $ % $1,358 $1,358 $0 0.00% $1,358 $1,418 $ % $855 $855 $0 0.00% $855 $1,008 $ % $1,141 $1,143 $2 0.13% $1,143 $1,330 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 12 Designated 9/9/2011

15 (DESIGNATED TUITION) - Victoria Fall 2007 Spring 2008 Spring 2008 Fall 2008 $1,125 $1,125 $0 0.00% $1,125 $1,234 $ % $1,275 $1,275 $0 0.00% $1,275 $1,425 $ % $1,230 $1,230 $0 0.00% $1,230 $1,329 $ % $1,425 $1,425 $0 0.00% $1,425 $1,545 $ % $1,260 $1,260 $0 0.00% $1,260 $1,470 $ % $1,455 $1,455 $0 0.00% $1,455 $1,590 $ % $930 $930 $0 0.00% $930 $990 $ % $1,200 $1,200 $0 0.00% $1,200 $1,328 $ % $1,020 $1,020 $0 0.00% $1,020 $1,200 $ % $1,590 $1,590 $0 0.00% $1,590 $1,699 $ % $1,260 $1,260 $0 0.00% $1,260 $1,260 $0 0.00% $1,134 $1,134 $0 0.00% $1,134 $1,274 $ % $1,590 $1,590 $0 0.00% $1,590 $1,758 $ % $952 $952 $0 0.00% $952 $1,120 $ % $810 $810 $0 0.00% $810 $1,050 $ % $1,695 $1,695 $0 0.00% $1,695 $1,900 $ % $1,650 $1,650 $0 0.00% $1,650 $1,800 $ % $1,396 $1,396 $0 0.00% $1,396 $1,396 $0 0.00% $1,395 $1,395 $0 0.00% $1,395 $1,620 $ % $1,869 $1,869 $0 0.00% $1,869 $2,261 $ % $1,823 $1,815 -$8-0.44% $1,815 $2,062 $ % $990 $990 $0 0.00% $990 $1,163 $ % $2,022 $1,863 -$ % $1,863 $1,935 $ % $1,406 $1,406 $0 0.00% $1,406 $1,526 $ % $1,515 $1,515 $0 0.00% $1,515 $1,650 $ % $1,275 $1,275 $0 0.00% $1,275 $1,425 $ % $1,185 $1,185 $0 0.00% $1,185 $1,290 $ % $1,108 $1,108 $0 0.00% $1,108 $1,228 $ % $1,559 $1,563 $4 0.26% $1,563 $1,755 $ % $1,290 $1,290 $0 0.00% $1,290 $1,470 $ % $1,275 $1,275 $0 0.00% $1,275 $1,275 $0 0.00% $1,086 $1,178 $ % $1,178 $1,305 $ % $1,418 $1,418 $0 0.00% $1,418 $1,664 $ % $1,008 $1,008 $0 0.00% $1,008 $1,204 $ % $1,330 $1,328 -$2-0.16% $1,328 $1,477 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 13 Designated 9/9/2011

16 (DESIGNATED TUITION) - Victoria Fall 2008 Spring 2009 Spring 2009 Fall 2009 $1,234 $1,234 $0 0.00% $1,234 $1,372 $ % $1,425 $1,425 $0 0.00% $1,425 $1,500 $ % $1,329 $1,329 $0 0.00% $1,329 $1,404 $ % $1,545 $1,545 $0 0.00% $1,545 $1,692 $ % $1,470 $1,470 $0 0.00% $1,470 $1,575 $ % $1,590 $1,590 $0 0.00% $1,590 $1,665 $ % $990 $990 $0 0.00% $990 $1,080 $ % $1,328 $1,328 $0 0.00% $1,328 $1,328 $0 0.00% $1,200 $1,200 $0 0.00% $1,200 $1,278 $ % $1,699 $1,699 $0 0.00% $1,699 $1,826 $ % $1,260 $1,260 $0 0.00% $1,260 $1,410 $ % $1,274 $1,274 $0 0.00% $1,274 $1,414 $ % $1,758 $1,758 $0 0.00% $1,758 $1,874 $ % $1,120 $1,120 $0 0.00% $1,120 $1,206 $ % $1,050 $1,050 $0 0.00% $1,050 $1,200 $ % $1,900 $1,900 $0 0.00% $1,900 $1,900 $0 0.00% $1,800 $1,800 $0 0.00% $1,800 $1,980 $ % $1,396 $1,405 $9 0.64% $1,405 $1,687 $ % $1,620 $1,620 $0 0.00% $1,620 $1,620 $0 0.00% $2,261 $2,261 $0 0.00% $2,261 $2,462 $ % $2,062 $2,057 -$5-0.24% $2,057 $2,276 $ % $1,163 $1,163 $0 0.00% $1,163 $1,209 $ % $1,935 $1,938 $3 0.16% $1,938 $2,204 $ % $1,526 $1,526 $0 0.00% $1,526 $1,653 $ % $1,650 $1,650 $0 0.00% $1,650 $1,813 $ % $1,425 $1,425 $0 0.00% $1,425 $1,575 $ % $1,290 $1,290 $0 0.00% $1,290 $1,440 $ % $1,228 $1,228 $0 0.00% $1,228 $1,358 $ % $1,755 $1,755 $0 0.00% $1,755 $1,920 $ % $1,470 $1,470 $0 0.00% $1,470 $1,530 $ % $1,275 $1,275 $0 0.00% $1,275 $1,350 $ % $1,305 $1,305 $0 0.00% $1,305 $1,395 $ % $1,664 $1,664 $0 0.00% $1,664 $1,930 $ % $1,204 $1,204 $0 0.00% $1,204 $1,354 $ % $1,477 $1,477 $0 0.01% $1,477 $1,602 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 14 Designated 9/9/2011

17 (DESIGNATED TUITION) - Victoria Fall 2009 Spring 2010 Spring 2010 Fall 2010 $1,372 $1,372 $0 0.00% $1,372 $1,528 $ % $1,500 $1,500 $0 0.00% $1,500 $1,620 $ % $1,404 $1,404 $0 0.00% $1,404 $1,448 $ % $1,692 $1,692 $0 0.00% $1,692 $1,788 $ % $1,575 $1,575 $0 0.00% $1,575 $1,695 $ % $1,665 $1,665 $0 0.00% $1,665 $1,798 $ % $1,080 $1,080 $0 0.00% $1,080 $1,170 $ % $1,328 $1,328 $0 0.00% $1,328 $1,410 $ % $1,278 $1,278 $0 0.00% $1,278 $1,358 $ % $1,826 $1,826 $0 0.00% $1,826 $1,898 $ % n/a $1,420 n/a n/a $1,420 $1,476 $ % $1,410 $1,410 $0 0.00% $1,410 $1,495 $ % $1,414 $1,414 $0 0.00% $1,414 $1,497 $ % $1,874 $1,874 $0 0.00% $1,874 $1,978 $ % $1,206 $1,206 $0 0.00% $1,206 $1,283 $ % n/a $1,225 n/a n/a $1,225 $1,303 $ % $1,200 $1,200 $0 0.00% $1,200 $1,204 $4 0.33% $1,900 $2,033 $ % $2,033 $2,115 $ % $1,980 $1,980 $0 0.00% $1,980 $2,115 $ % $1,687 $1,687 $0 0.00% $1,687 $1,935 $ % $1,620 $1,630 $ % $1,630 $1,847 $ % $2,462 $2,462 $0 0.00% $2,462 $2,598 $ % $2,276 $2,265 -$ % $2,265 $2,451 $ % $1,209 $1,209 $0 0.00% $1,209 $1,344 $ % $2,204 $2,285 $ % $2,285 $2,500 $ % $1,653 $1,653 $0 0.00% $1,653 $1,782 $ % $1,813 $1,813 $0 0.00% $1,813 $1,976 $ % $1,575 $1,575 $0 0.00% $1,575 $1,710 $ % $1,440 $1,440 $0 0.00% $1,440 $1,500 $ % $1,358 $1,358 $0 0.00% $1,358 $1,485 $ % $1,920 $1,918 -$2-0.10% $1,918 $2,089 $ % $1,530 $1,530 $0 0.00% $1,530 $1,635 $ % $1,350 $1,350 $0 0.00% $1,350 $1,470 $ % $1,395 $1,395 $0 0.00% $1,395 $1,485 $ % $1,930 $1,930 $0 0.00% $1,930 $2,081 $ % $1,354 $1,354 $0 0.00% $1,354 $1,435 $ % $1,602 $1,593 $6-0.60% $1,593 $1,708 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 15 Designated 9/9/2011

18 (MANDATORY FEES) Fall 2003 Spring 2004 Spring 2004 Fall 2004 $478 $478 $0 0.00% $478 $510 $ % $427 $537 $ % $537 $477 -$ % $432 $460 $ % $460 $475 $ % $566 $566 $0 0.00% $566 $691 $ % $619 $648 $ % $648 $741 $ % $382 $382 $0 0.00% $382 $469 $ % $561 $561 $0 0.00% $561 $645 $ % $417 $417 $0 0.00% $417 $417 $0 0.00% $446 $446 $0 0.00% $446 $507 $ % $810 $855 $ % $855 $1,049 $ % $477 $477 $0 0.00% $477 $477 $0 0.00% $537 $537 $0 0.00% $537 $552 $ % $468 $469 $1 0.21% $469 $504 $ % $633 $633 $0 0.00% $633 $633 $0 0.00% $231 $225 -$6-2.63% $225 $231 $6 2.70% $486 $486 $0 0.00% $486 $494 $8 1.65% $628 $689 $ % $689 $708 $ % $1,145 $1,147 $2 0.17% $1,147 $1,216 $ % $438 $438 $0 0.00% $438 $450 $ % $831 $831 $0 0.00% $831 $835 $4 0.48% $714 $716 $2 0.28% $716 $737 $ % $302 $302 $0 0.00% $302 $437 $ % $1,242 $1,234 -$8-0.64% $1,234 $1,256 $ % $417 $418 $1 0.24% $418 $433 $ % $842 $846 $4 0.48% $846 $989 $ % $415 $427 $ % $427 $426 -$1-0.23% $438 $439 $1 0.23% $439 $439 $0 0.00% $322 $322 $0 0.00% $322 $324 $2 0.62% $588 $513 -$ % $513 $633 $ % $370 $370 $0 0.00% $370 $477 $ % $279 $279 $0 0.02% $279 $348 $ % - Victoria $460 $460 $0 0.00% $460 $520 $ % $827 $939 $ % $939 $936 -$3-0.32% $373 $373 $0 0.00% $373 $446 $ % $547 $556 $9 1.71% $556 $602 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 16 Mandatory Fees 9/9/2011

19 (MANDATORY FEES) Fall 2004 Spring 2005 Spring 2005 Fall Victoria $510 $495 -$ % $495 $555 $ % $477 $537 $ % $537 $612 $ % $475 $475 $0 0.00% $475 $490 $ % $691 $691 $0 0.00% $691 $758 $ % $741 $729 -$ % $729 $758 $ % $469 $469 $0 0.00% $469 $469 $0 0.00% $645 $465 -$ % $465 $649 $ % $417 $417 $0 0.00% $417 $435 $ % $507 $507 $0 0.00% $507 $534 $ % $1,049 $1,111 $ % $1,111 $1,111 $0 0.00% $477 $477 $0 0.00% $477 $538 $ % $552 $552 $0 0.00% $552 $584 $ % $504 $504 $0 0.00% $504 $504 $0 0.00% $633 $633 $0 0.00% $633 $633 $0 0.00% $231 $231 $0 0.00% $231 $242 $ % $494 $494 $0 0.00% $494 $494 $0 0.00% $708 $718 $ % $718 $736 $ % $1,216 $1,240 $ % $1,240 $1,300 $ % $450 $450 $0 0.00% $450 $546 $ % $835 $835 $0 0.00% $835 $839 $4 0.48% $737 $737 $0 0.00% $737 $722 -$ % $437 $437 $0 0.00% $437 $538 $ % $1,256 $1,256 $0 0.00% $1,256 $1,299 $ % $433 $433 $0 0.00% $433 $479 $ % $989 $994 $5 0.51% $994 $1,001 $7 0.70% $426 $447 $ % $447 $595 $ % $439 $438 -$1-0.23% $438 $435 -$3-0.68% $324 $324 $0 0.00% $324 $344 $ % $633 $545 -$ % $545 $573 $ % $477 $477 $0 0.00% $477 $487 $ % $348 $349 $0 0.10% $349 $349 $0 0.05% $520 $520 $0 0.00% $520 $565 $ % $936 $936 $0 0.00% $936 $940 $4 0.43% $446 $446 $0 0.00% $446 $498 $ % $602 $599 -$3-0.55% $599 $636 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 17 Mandatory Fees 9/9/2011

20 (MANDATORY FEES) Fall 2005 Spring 2006 Spring 2006 Fall Victoria $555 $555 $0 0.00% $555 $639 $ % $612 $612 $0 0.00% $612 $627 $ % $490 $528 $ % $528 $543 $ % $758 $758 $0 0.00% $758 $848 $ % $758 $751 -$7-0.92% $751 $780 $ % $469 $469 $0 0.00% $469 $591 $ % $649 $649 $0 0.00% $649 $668 $ % $435 $435 $0 0.00% $435 $513 $ % $534 $534 $0 0.00% $534 $644 $ % $1,111 $1,124 $ % $1,124 $1,298 $ % $538 $538 $0 0.00% $538 $553 $ % $584 $584 $0 0.00% $584 $701 $ % $504 $504 $0 0.00% $504 $640 $ % $633 $633 $0 0.00% $633 $663 $ % $242 $242 $0 0.00% $242 $271 $ % $494 $494 $0 0.00% $494 $494 $0 0.00% $736 $736 $0 0.00% $736 $756 $ % $1,300 $1,295 -$5-0.38% $1,295 $1,371 $ % $546 $546 $0 0.00% $546 $559 $ % $839 $839 $0 0.00% $839 $1,028 $ % $722 $722 $0 0.00% $722 $1,592 $ % $538 $538 $0 0.00% $538 $578 $ % $1,299 $1,299 $0 0.00% $1,299 $1,583 $ % $479 $479 $0 0.00% $479 $599 $ % $1,001 $1,047 $ % $1,047 $1,228 $ % $595 $626 $ % $626 $680 $ % $435 $434 -$1-0.23% $434 $454 $ % $344 $344 $0 0.00% $344 $449 $ % $573 $678 $ % $678 $831 $ % $487 $487 $0 0.00% $487 $537 $ % $349 $348 -$1-0.32% $348 $365 $ % $565 $565 $0 0.00% $565 $565 $0 0.00% $940 $940 $0 0.00% $940 $949 $9 0.96% $498 $498 $0 0.00% $498 $552 $ % $636 $642 $6 1.01% $642 $740 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 18 Mandatory Fees 9/9/2011

21 (MANDATORY FEES) Fall 2006 Spring 2007 Spring 2007 Fall Victoria $639 $639 $0 0.00% $639 $680 $ % $627 $627 $0 0.00% $627 $765 $ % $543 $618 $ % $618 $708 $ % $848 $848 $0 0.00% $848 $848 $0 0.00% $780 $738 -$ % $738 $707 -$ % $591 $591 $0 0.00% $591 $876 $ % $668 $668 $0 0.00% $668 $693 $ % $513 $513 $0 0.00% $513 $633 $ % $644 $644 $0 0.00% $644 $741 $ % $1,298 $1,264 -$ % $1,264 $1,327 $ % $553 $553 $0 0.00% $553 $553 $0 0.00% $701 $701 $0 0.00% $701 $810 $ % $640 $640 $0 0.00% $640 $688 $ % $663 $663 $0 0.00% $663 $737 $ % $271 $271 $0 0.00% $271 $301 $ % $494 $494 $0 0.00% $494 $494 $0 0.00% $756 $756 $0 0.00% $756 $853 $ % $1,371 $1,381 $ % $1,381 $1,417 $ % $559 $572 $ % $572 $588 $ % $1,028 $1,028 $0 0.00% $1,028 $1,028 $0 0.00% $1,592 $1,592 $0 0.00% $1,592 $1,492 -$ % $578 $578 $0 0.00% $578 $593 $ % $1,583 $1,583 $0 0.00% $1,583 $1,583 $0 0.00% $599 $599 $0 0.00% $599 $650 $ % $1,228 $1,236 $8 0.65% $1,236 $1,356 $ % $680 $680 $0 0.00% $680 $750 $ % $454 $490 $ % $490 $490 $0 0.00% $449 $449 $0 0.00% $449 $555 $ % $831 $833 $2 0.24% $833 $842 $9 1.08% $537 $537 $0 0.00% $537 $537 $0 0.00% $365 $364 -$1-0.27% $364 $366 $2 0.55% $565 $565 $0 0.00% $565 $593 $ % $949 $967 $ % $967 $967 $0 0.00% $552 $552 $0 0.00% $552 $720 $ % $740 $742 $3 0.34% $742 $792 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 19 Mandatory Fees 9/9/2011

22 (MANDATORY FEES) Fall 2007 Spring 2008 Spring 2008 Fall Victoria $680 $680 $0 0.00% $680 $721 $ % $765 $687 -$ % $687 $857 $ % $708 $708 $0 0.00% $708 $805 $ % $848 $848 $0 0.00% $848 $855 $7 0.83% $707 $713 $6 0.85% $713 $751 $ % $876 $876 $0 0.00% $876 $876 $0 0.00% $693 $693 $0 0.00% $693 $789 $ % $633 $633 $0 0.00% $633 $705 $ % $741 $731 -$ % $731 $748 $ % $1,327 $1,322 -$5-0.38% $1,322 $1,459 $ % $553 $553 $0 0.00% $553 $553 $0 0.00% $810 $810 $0 0.00% $810 $844 $ % $688 $688 $0 0.00% $688 $751 $ % $737 $737 $0 0.00% $737 $842 $ % $301 $301 $0 0.00% $301 $318 $ % $494 $494 $0 0.00% $494 $551 $ % $853 $853 $0 0.00% $853 $947 $ % $1,417 $1,407 -$ % $1,407 $1,424 $ % $588 $665 $ % $665 $675 $ % $1,028 $1,028 $0 0.00% $1,028 $1,060 $ % $1,492 $1,492 $0 0.00% $1,492 $1,442 -$ % $593 $593 $0 0.00% $593 $716 $ % $1,583 $1,583 $0 0.00% $1,583 $1,962 $ % $650 $658 $8 1.23% $658 $687 $ % $1,356 $1,073 -$ % $1,073 $1,150 $ % $750 $788 $ % $788 $788 $0 0.00% $490 $490 $0 0.00% $490 $610 $ % $555 $555 $0 0.00% $555 $584 $ % $842 $836 -$6-0.71% $836 $873 $ % $537 $557 $ % $557 $544 -$ % $366 $391 $ % $391 $474 $ % $593 $593 $0 0.00% $593 $555 -$ % $967 $967 $0 0.00% $967 $970 $3 0.31% $720 $702 -$ % $702 $702 $0 0.00% $792 $785 -$7-0.88% $785 $841 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 20 Mandatory Fees 9/9/2011

23 (MANDATORY FEES) Fall 2008 Spring 2009 Spring 2009 Fall Victoria $721 $721 $0 0.00% $721 $947 $ % $857 $842 -$ % $842 $1,063 $ % $805 $880 $ % $880 $959 $ % $855 $855 $0 0.00% $855 $890 $ % $751 $750 -$1-0.13% $750 $815 $ % $876 $876 $0 0.00% $876 $951 $ % $789 $789 $0 0.00% $789 $821 $ % $705 $705 $0 0.00% $705 $705 $0 0.00% $748 $748 $0 0.00% $748 $821 $ % $1,459 $1,459 $0 0.00% $1,459 $1,512 $ % $553 $553 $0 0.00% $553 $579 $ % $844 $844 $0 0.00% $844 $857 $ % $751 $751 $0 0.00% $751 $784 $ % $842 $842 $0 0.00% $842 $985 $ % $318 $318 $0 0.00% $318 $318 $0 0.00% $551 $551 $0 0.00% $551 $551 $0 0.00% $947 $947 $0 0.00% $947 $1,011 $ % $1,424 $1,460 $ % $1,460 $1,473 $ % $675 $675 $0 0.00% $675 $675 $0 0.00% $1,060 $1,060 $0 0.00% $1,060 $1,060 $0 0.00% $1,442 $1,442 $0 0.00% $1,442 $1,442 $0 0.00% $716 $716 $0 0.00% $716 $761 $ % $1,962 $1,961 -$1-0.05% $1,961 $1,961 $0 0.00% $687 $687 $0 0.00% $687 $709 $ % $1,150 $1,150 $0 0.00% $1,150 $1,201 $ % $788 $788 $0 0.00% $788 $888 $ % $610 $610 $0 0.00% $610 $610 $0 0.00% $584 $584 $0 0.00% $584 $604 $ % $873 $874 $1 0.11% $874 $873 -$1-0.11% $544 $544 $0 0.00% $544 $574 $ % $474 $474 $0 0.00% $474 $515 $ % $555 $555 $0 0.00% $555 $555 $0 0.00% $970 $970 $0 0.00% $970 $971 $1 0.10% $702 $702 $0 0.00% $702 $762 $ % $841 $844 $3 0.33% $844 $888 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 21 Mandatory Fees 9/9/2011

24 (MANDATORY FEES) Fall 2009 Spring 2010 Spring 2010 Fall Victoria $947 $947 $0 0.00% $947 $1,069 $ % $1,063 $1,063 $0 0.00% $1,063 $1,102 $ % $959 $1,019 $ % $1,019 $1,161 $ % $890 $890 $0 0.00% $890 $890 $0 0.00% $815 $816 $1 0.12% $816 $847 $ % $951 $951 $0 0.00% $951 $951 $0 0.00% $821 $821 $0 0.00% $821 $838 $ % $705 $881 $ % $881 $940 $ % $821 $821 $0 0.00% $821 $959 $ % $1,512 $1,512 $0 0.00% $1,512 $1,545 $ % n/a $736 n/a n/a n/a $767 n/a n/a $579 $579 $0 0.00% $579 $754 $ % $857 $857 $0 0.00% $857 $1,010 $ % $784 $784 $0 0.00% $784 $851 $ % $985 $1,085 $ % $1,085 $1,140 $ % n/a $775 n/a n/a n/a $848 n/a n/a $318 $318 $0 0.00% $318 $519 $ % $551 $653 $ % $653 $866 $ % $1,011 $1,011 $0 0.00% $1,011 $1,054 $ % $1,473 $1,538 $ % $1,538 $1,615 $ % $675 $832 $ % $832 $925 $ % $1,060 $1,060 $0 0.00% $1,060 $1,093 $ % $1,442 $1,442 $0 0.00% $1,442 $1,507 $ % $761 $761 $0 0.00% $761 $763 $2 0.26% $1,961 $1,961 $0 0.00% $1,961 $1,961 $0 0.00% $709 $709 $0 0.00% $709 $710 $1 0.14% $1,201 $1,201 $0 0.00% $1,201 $1,220 $ % $888 $942 $ % $942 $943 $1 0.11% $610 $610 $0 0.00% $610 $761 $ % $604 $604 $0 0.00% $604 $614 $ % $873 $873 $0 0.00% $873 $925 $ % $574 $574 $0 0.00% $574 $576 $2 0.35% $515 $516 $1 0.19% $516 $526 $ % $555 $555 $0 0.00% $555 $567 $ % $971 $971 $0 0.00% $971 $972 $1 0.10% $762 $762 $0 0.00% $762 $933 $ % $888 $901 $ % $909 $965 $ % Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 22 Mandatory Fees 9/9/2011

25 Fall 2003 Statutory Designated Mandatory Fees Average College and Course Fees Total Academic Charges $690 $600 $478 $25 $1,793 $690 $600 $427 $30 $1,747 $690 $585 $432 $85 $1,792 $690 $540 $566 $58 $1,854 $690 $585 $619 $76 $1,970 $690 $615 $382 $48 $1,735 $690 $450 $561 $16 $1,717 $690 $645 $417 $35 $1,787 $690 $525 $446 $0 $1,661 $690 $690 $810 $167 $2,357 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $690 $645 $477 $9 $1,821 $690 $690 $537 $35 $1,952 $690 $690 $468 $20 $1,868 $690 $600 $633 $5 $1,928 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $690 $510 $231 $4 $1,435 $690 $690 $486 $0 $1,866 $690 $690 $628 $64 $2,072 $690 $690 $1,145 $0 $2,525 $690 $690 $438 $77 $1,895 $690 $690 $831 $155 $2,366 $690 $690 $714 $627 $2,721 $690 $480 $302 $18 $1,490 $690 $690 $1,242 $0 $2,622 $690 $690 $417 $40 $1,837 $690 $690 $842 $0 $2,222 $690 $690 $415 $0 $1,795 $690 $600 $438 $21 $1,749 $690 $480 $322 $67 $1,559 $690 $690 $588 $298 $2,266 $690 $690 $370 $108 $1,858 $690 $615 $279 $31 $1,615 - Victoria $690 $690 $460 $45 $1,885 $690 $690 $827 $159 $2,366 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $690 $458 $373 $100 $1,621 $690 $625 $547 $71 $1,934 Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 23 PU T&F (Use for links) 9/9/2011

26 Spring 2004 Statutory Designated Mandatory Fees Average College and Course Fees Total Academic Charges Fall Spring Victoria $690 $600 $478 $25 $1,793 $3,586 $690 $660 $537 $30 $1,917 $3,664 $690 $675 $460 $92 $1,917 $3,709 $690 $540 $566 $52 $1,848 $3,702 $690 $690 $648 $49 $2,077 $4,047 $690 $615 $382 $48 $1,735 $3,470 $690 $510 $561 $16 $1,777 $3,494 $690 $645 $417 $33 $1,785 $3,572 $690 $525 $446 $0 $1,661 $3,322 $690 $825 $855 $175 $2,545 $4,902 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $690 $645 $477 $9 $1,821 $3,642 $690 $690 $537 $26 $1,943 $3,895 $690 $825 $469 $26 $2,010 $3,878 $690 $600 $633 $5 $1,928 $3,856 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $690 $497 $225 $3 $1,414 $2,849 $690 $690 $486 $0 $1,866 $3,732 $690 $840 $689 $64 $2,283 $4,355 $690 $840 $1,147 $0 $2,677 $5,202 $690 $690 $438 $45 $1,863 $3,758 $690 $840 $831 $162 $2,523 $4,889 $690 $1,053 $716 $620 $3,079 $5,800 $690 $480 $302 $25 $1,497 $2,987 $690 $990 $1,234 $0 $2,914 $5,536 $690 $960 $418 $16 $2,084 $3,921 $690 $915 $846 $0 $2,451 $4,673 $690 $690 $427 $0 $1,807 $3,602 $690 $675 $439 $12 $1,816 $3,565 $690 $480 $322 $40 $1,532 $3,091 $690 $975 $513 $357 $2,535 $4,801 $690 $855 $370 $154 $2,069 $3,927 $690 $690 $279 $32 $1,691 $3,305 $690 $840 $460 $45 $2,035 $3,920 $690 $795 $939 $152 $2,576 $4,942 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $690 $458 $373 $100 $1,621 $3,242 $690 $715 $556 $71 $2,032 Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 24 PU T&F (Use for links) 9/9/2011

27 Fall 2004 Statutory Designated Mandatory Fees Average College and Course Fees Total Academic Charges - Victoria $720 $660 $510 $26 $1,916 $720 $720 $477 $30 $1,947 $720 $675 $475 $88 $1,958 $720 $690 $691 $75 $2,176 $720 $795 $741 $81 $2,337 $720 $960 $469 $38 $2,187 $720 $570 $645 $16 $1,951 $720 $780 $417 $31 $1,948 $720 $690 $507 $0 $1,917 $720 $1,117 $1,049 $198 $3,084 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $720 $720 $477 $11 $1,928 $720 $868 $552 $35 $2,175 $720 $1,118 $504 $26 $2,368 $720 $690 $633 $15 $2,058 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $720 $510 $231 $4 $1,465 $720 $990 $494 $0 $2,204 $720 $915 $708 $64 $2,407 $720 $1,140 $1,216 $0 $3,076 $720 $915 $450 $48 $2,133 $720 $1,095 $835 $165 $2,815 $720 $1,415 $737 $628 $3,500 $720 $570 $437 $47 $1,774 $720 $1,320 $1,256 $0 $3,296 $720 $1,170 $433 $55 $2,378 $720 $1,140 $989 $0 $2,849 $720 $930 $426 $0 $2,076 $720 $780 $439 $28 $1,967 $720 $532 $324 $68 $1,644 $720 $1,125 $633 $437 $2,915 $720 $945 $477 $180 $2,322 $720 $870 $348 $36 $1,974 $720 $840 $520 $45 $2,125 $720 $1,125 $936 $178 $2,959 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $720 $570 $446 $100 $1,836 $720 $881 $602 $81 $2,284 Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 25 PU T&F (Use for links) 9/9/2011

28 Spring 2005 Statutory Designated Mandatory Fees Average College and Course Fees Total Academic Charges Fall Spring Victoria $720 $750 $495 $26 $1,991 $3,907 $720 $900 $537 $30 $2,187 $4,134 $720 $795 $475 $96 $2,086 $4,044 $720 $690 $691 $73 $2,174 $4,350 $720 $900 $729 $54 $2,403 $4,740 $720 $960 $469 $38 $2,187 $4,374 $720 $660 $465 $16 $1,861 $3,812 $720 $780 $417 $30 $1,947 $3,895 $720 $690 $507 $0 $1,917 $3,834 $720 $1,305 $1,111 $204 $3,340 $6,424 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $720 $720 $477 $11 $1,928 $3,856 $720 $868 $552 $26 $2,166 $4,341 $720 $1,118 $504 $32 $2,374 $4,742 $720 $690 $633 $15 $2,058 $4,116 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $720 $510 $231 $1 $1,462 $2,927 $720 $990 $494 $0 $2,204 $4,408 $720 $1,140 $718 $64 $2,642 $5,049 $720 $1,140 $1,240 $0 $3,100 $6,176 $720 $915 $450 $89 $2,174 $4,307 $720 $1,095 $835 $165 $2,815 $5,630 $720 $1,439 $737 $628 $3,524 $7,024 $720 $570 $437 $45 $1,772 $3,546 $720 $1,320 $1,256 $0 $3,296 $6,592 $720 $1,170 $433 $13 $2,336 $4,714 $720 $1,140 $994 $0 $2,854 $5,703 $720 $975 $447 $0 $2,142 $4,218 $720 $780 $438 $15 $1,953 $3,920 $720 $532 $324 $39 $1,953 $3,597 $720 $1,125 $545 $508 $2,898 $5,813 $720 $945 $477 $170 $2,312 $4,634 $720 $870 $349 $38 $1,976 $3,950 $720 $840 $520 $45 $2,125 $4,250 $720 $1,125 $936 $190 $2,971 $5,930 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $720 $570 $446 $100 $1,836 $3,672 $720 $912 $599 $81 $2,323 Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 26 PU T&F (Use for links) 9/9/2011

29 Fall 2005 Statutory Designated Mandatory Fees Average College and Course Fees Total Academic Charges - Victoria $750 $840 $555 $28 $2,173 $750 $975 $612 $30 $2,367 $750 $990 $490 $89 $2,319 $750 $945 $758 $76 $2,529 $750 $900 $758 $98 $2,506 $750 $1,140 $469 $35 $2,394 $750 $660 $649 $16 $2,075 $750 $900 $435 $35 $2,120 $750 $825 $534 $0 $2,109 $750 $1,305 $1,111 $204 $3,370 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $750 $780 $538 $16 $2,084 $750 $924 $584 $32 $2,290 $750 $1,305 $504 $32 $2,591 $750 $780 $633 $14 $2,177 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $750 $600 $242 $5 $1,597 $750 $990 $494 $0 $2,234 $750 $1,140 $736 $64 $2,690 $750 $1,185 $1,300 $0 $3,235 $750 $1,095 $546 $49 $2,440 $750 $1,196 $839 $170 $2,955 $750 $1,451 $722 $720 $3,643 $750 $660 $538 $88 $2,036 $750 $1,370 $1,299 $0 $3,419 $750 $1,215 $479 $75 $2,519 $750 $1,234 $1,001 $0 $2,985 $750 $975 $595 $0 $2,320 $750 $885 $435 $73 $2,143 $750 $644 $344 $77 $1,815 $750 $1,155 $573 $280 $2,758 $750 $1,005 $487 $210 $2,452 $750 $938 $349 $41 $2,077 $750 $900 $565 $45 $2,260 $750 $1,215 $940 $200 $3,105 n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a $750 $630 $498 $100 $1,978 $750 $993 $636 $85 $2,464 Univ and Fees (IFRS Fall 03 thru Fall 10)b.xlsx 27 PU T&F (Use for links) 9/9/2011

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