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Portland State Considers Tuition Increase

Thursday, March 12, 2015

 

PSU is anticipating a tuition increase of 4.2 percent for full-time Oregon undergraduates starting next fall. 

That could change if the Legislature approves the request by Oregon's seven public universities to allocate $755 million over the next two years. State support for higher education has been cut 38 percent since 2007. 

"Oregon’s economy is in recovery, and it’s time for the Legislature to restore the cuts and keep tuition affordable," states a PSU press release. 

 

Related Slideshow: Slideshow: Best and Worst Ranked Professors of 2014

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Highest-Rated: 10

Chuck Tate, Psychology, University of Oregon

Rating: 4.9

Number of Student Rankings: 20

Sample Review: “His positive influence spreads far and wide. Chuck is amazing.”

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Highest-Rated: 9

Tevian Dray, Mathematics, Oregon State University

Rating: 4.9

Number of Student Rankings: 21

Sample Review: “He is so helpful, so clear, and such a good professor they should clone him and fill every math department in every university with copies of him.”

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Highest-Rated: 8

Elise Lockwood, Mathematics, Portland State University

Rating: 4.9

Number of Student Rankings: 22

Sample Review: “Unlike a lot of profs, Lockwood isn't trying to dazzle you with how brilliant she is. She explains things clearly and answers questions cheerfully. No tricks, no surprises.”

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Highest-Rated: 7

Larry Shewsbury, Mathematics, Southern Oregon University

Rating: 4.9

Number of Student Rankings: 29

Sample Review: “He's organized, kind, repeats the material until you get it, has great communication skills, remembers your name and treats students like human beings. If you hate math, (which I did), take Hairy Larry's course. You won't regret it.”

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Highest-Rated: 6

John Caughman, Mathematics, Portland State University

Rating: 4.9

Number of Student Rankings: 29

Sample Review: “If i had eternal life, i would give it to Dr. Caughman so that people could keep learning from him.”

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Highest-Rated: 5

Derron Coles, Mathematics, Oregon State University

Rating: 4.9

Number of Student Rankings: 30

Sample Review: “If you have to take trig, take it from Dr. Coles. Completely dedicated to his students, he creates a learning environment set up for you to succeed.”

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Highest-Rated: 4

Ron Beghetto, Education, University of Oregon

Rating: 4.9

Number of Student Rankings: 39

Sample Review: “I really think he is the single most talented and inspiring teacher that I have had in 17 years of undergraduate and graduate education. Amazing.”

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Highest-Rated: 3

Mike LeMaster, Biology, Western Oregon University

Rating: 4.9

Number of Student Rankings: 40

Sample Review: “Great Teacher! Most likely the most respected teacher on campus among students, faculty and staff.”

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Highest-Rated: 2

Michael O’Malley, Education, Oregon State University

Rating: 4.9

Number of Student Rankings: 47

Sample Review: “Excellent. Excellent. Excellent. He is passionate, knowledgeable, interested in the success of his students, and patient with questions and discussions.”

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Highest-Rated: 1

Jo Larson, Communications, University of Oregon

Rating: 5.0

Number of Student Rankings: 21

Sample Review: “Very understanding, engaging, and a total sweetheart. Class is a blast, you don't even realize how much you're learning."

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Lowest-Rated: 10

Anne van den Noweland, Economics, University of Oregon

Rating: 1.6

Number of Student Rankings: 25

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Lowest Rated: 9

Julianne Schutfort, Mathematics, Oregon State University

Rating: 1.6

Number of Student Rankings: 26

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Lowest Rated: 8

Christopher Sinclair, Mathematics, University of Oregon

Rating: 1.6

Number of Student Rankings: 29

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Lowest Rated: 7

Camille Atkinson, Philosophy, Oregon State University

Rating: 1.6

Number of Student Rankings: 35

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Lowest-Rated: 6

Barry Anderson, Psychology, Portland State University

Rating: 1.4

Number of Student Rankings: 20

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Lowest-Rated: 5

Mark Leymon, Criminal Justice, Portland State University

Rating: 1.4

Number of Student Rankings: 28

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Lowest- Rated: 4

Prasad Tadepalli, Computer Science, Oregon State University

Rating: 1.4

Number of Student Rankings: 31

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Lowest-Rated: 3

John Egenolf, Statistics, Oregon State University

Rating: 1.4

Number of Student Rankings: 51

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Lowest-Rated: 2

Stanley Leung, Mathematics, Western Oregon University

Rating: 1.3

Number of Student Rankings: 23

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Lowest-Rated: 1

Michael Gross, Biochemistry, Oregon State University

Rating: 1.3

Number of Student Rankings: 35

 
 

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