Ancilla Board of Trustees Votes to Reduce Tuition


While most colleges and universities in Indiana have made headlines with their tuition increases, the Ancilla College Board of Trustees have voted to approve a four percent across-the-board tuition reduction for the 2013-2014 school year.

The new tuition cost will be $6,500 per semester for a full-time student enrolled in 15 credit hours.

Ancilla College President Ron May believes that lowering the cost will open the doors for more students to get a college degree.

If the Computer Information System degree is a degree of choice, the Board of Trustees approved a degree program for that career focus which brings the number of degree programs offered by the college to 18. The new Associates of Applied Science degree will provide courses in website design and computer systems security.