TheUniversity of Western Ontario
This document contains the University of Western Ontario's 1999-2000 Operating and Capital Budgets, Western's 1999-2000 Quality Improvement plan, 1999-2000 tuition fees for all programs, and three year tuition fee recommendations for undergradu ate Business (HBA), Dentistry, and Medicine - and was approved by the Senate Committee on University Planning (SCUP) and the Property and Finance Committee (P&F) of the Board. SCUP's recommendation was considered by Senate, and P&F's recommendatio n was considered by the Board of Governors.
SCUP's recommendation to Senate included the following specific recommendation on undergraduate Medical student tuition fees:
Tuition fees for incoming undergraduate Medical students will remain at $10,000 in 1999-2000, increase to $11,000 in 2000-01, and increase to $12,000 in 2001-02. Students "in program" will be grandparented at an annual fee increase of 20% . All students in the program will be paying the maximum fee in 2001-02.
Senate accepted and approved SCUP's recommendation, with one change, as follows:
Tuition fees for incoming undergraduate Medical students will remain at $10,000 in 1999-2000, in 2000-01, and in 2001-02. Students "in program" will be grandparented at an annual fee increase of 20%. All students in the program will be pa ying the maximum fee in 2001-02.
The Board of Governors, in acknowledgement of Senate's recommendation on undergraduate Medical student tuition fees, approved the following:
Therefore, all components of the attached document have been approved by the Board of Governors, except for (a) the recommendations on undergraduate Medical Student tuition fees for 2000-01 and 2001-02, and (b) the reinvestment plan for Medicine. An y reference in the document to these two issues have not been approved, and are to be reconsidered by SCUP and the Provost, in consultation with the incoming Dean of Medicine & Dentistry.
The specifics of the Board of Governors' approvals, are as follows:
That the motion be referred back to Senate with a request that SCUP consult with the incoming Dean of Medicine & Dentistry and consider explicitly the implications of the foregone revenue for the academic and student-support programs in the Faculty .
MOTION TO REFER, CARRIED