Sec. 4-501. Role of the Board in Establishing Tuition, Fees and Other Charges.
The authority to establish tuition, fees and other charges imposed by the University is vested by the Constitution and laws of the State of Michigan in the Board. The Board, upon recommendation of the President, shall set and determine:
MCL 390.821 et seq. (1953 PA 55, as amended by 1959 PA 214 and 1987 PA 160)
1953 PA 55 relates, inter alia, to the acquisition, purchase, construction and financing of residence halls, housing units and social centers at Ferris.
1959 PA 214 relates, inter alia, to the acquisition, purchase, construction and finance of health residences and facilities, and facilities for athletics, dramatics, music and other similar activities.
1987 PA 157 and 1987 PA 160 and 1987 PA 162 relate, inter alia, to the change of name from Ferris State College to Ferris State University.
Prior Board Action:
July 14, 2000.
Sec. 4-502. Authority Granted to the President.
The President is authorized to impose other fees and charges in order to defray the cost of operation of the activities for which the fees and charges are being imposed.
Sec. 4-503. Responsibility of the President to Advise the Board.
The President shall advise the Board of the nature and amount of all fees and charges imposed by the President pursuant to Sec. 4-502 within thirty (30) days after they are imposed; provided, however, that charges need not be detailed where there are numerous items or charges involved and a current price or fee list is maintained at the place where the goods are sold, service rendered or fee imposed.
Sec. 4-504. Special Tuition Arrangements.
The President is hereby authorized to enter into special tuition arrangements as follows:
Business Policy Letter, BPL 03:12, Student Fee Policy
Prior Board Action:
May 17, 1991.
May 5, 2000.
February 17, 2001.
May 7, 2004.
Entire Subpart 4-5 included in October 19, 2001 Codification, Phase I.
Entire Subpart 4-5 included in October 22, 2004 Codification, Phase II.