MIDWAY, Ky. — The Board of Trustees at Midway University has voted hold tuition rates for the 2022-2023 academic year. This marks the fourth year in a row without a tuition increase.
“Making this decision early is important to let families know the tuition rates for their planning purposes. We are committed now, more than ever, to remaining one of the most affordable private universities in Kentucky,” said Dr. John P. Marsden, president of Midway University.
“We have worked tirelessly to keep our expenses down and run a fiscally-sound institution,” Marsden said. “We have done this by balancing operating budgets, increasing enrollment and net revenue, and initiating all our new construction and renovation projects without incurring new debt or passing along the cost to students through tuition increases.”
These campus improvements include renovations to multiple residence halls, new athletic facilities, upgrades to computer labs and technology, and construction of the new Hunter Field House, which includes an auxiliary gym, weight room, and elevated walking track.
In comparing tuition rates across private institutions in Kentucky, Midway University’s programs remain among the most affordable.
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