CFA® Program Costs Estimated Basic Costs for Level I (all amounts USD) •Registration Fee to Enter CFA® Program •Enrollment Fee for Level I Examination Required Fees $375 $360 $735* •Study Materials for Level I: Study Guide CFA Institute Publications Primary Textbooks Free $268 $427** Approximate Total Costs for Level I $1,430 *Assumes Registration and Enrollment received by 15 September 2004 **Sharing textbooks can reduce costs CFA Institute
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Tuition and Fee Recommendation Fees • Two primary types of Fees Mandatory Fees  Student Incidental Fee  Student Recreation Center process**  Student Health Fee   Building Fee   Residence and Dining Fee Special Fees  Student Fee process Fee  Student Fee Director of SHWC Legislative action *  Director, Housing (not being presented here)  Course Fees   Late/Registration Fees  Other Misc. Fees Academic Directors  Divisions/Departments  Divisions/Departments *Note: Residence and Dining are not technically a Mandatory Fee, however, for consistency, SOU presents them along with Mandatory Fees **Note: For the Student Recreation Center, the Recreation Center Steering Committee will set the Rec Center fees, once established.
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Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching - MERLOT Eighth International Conference The Online Textbook: A Student-Faculty Collaboration Adopting, Adapting, and Authoring Digital Learning Resources Dr. Philip A. Pecorino, CUNY, SUNY There is a campaign Make Textbooks Affordable campaign by Student Public Interest Research Groups to increase the number of such texts that has over 1,200 instructors endorsing its Open Textbooks Statement of Intent As faculty members, we affirm that it is our prerogative and responsibility to select course materials that are pedagogically most appropriate for our classes. We also affirm that it is consistent with this principle to seek affordable and accessible course materials for our classes whenever possible. This includes “open textbooks,” which are textbooks offered online to students at no cost. •Open textbooks and other open educational resources present an affordable, comparable and flexible alternative to commercial course materials: •Open textbooks are available online at no cost to students, and they can be printed for a low cost in various formats. This ensures all students have equal access to the content, while still preserving the option to use a conventional textbook format. •Open textbooks that are of comparable quality to commercial textbooks are already available. An example of an open textbook is Caltech Professor R. Preston McAfee’s Introduction to Economic Analysis, which has been adopted at NYU and Harvard. •Open textbooks are flexible. Instructors are free to use a particular edition indefinitely or customize content if desired. Therefore, we the undersigned declare our intent to: •Seek and consider open textbooks and other open educational resources when choosing course materials. •Give preference to a low or no cost educational resource such as an open textbook over an expensive, commercial textbook if it best fits the needs of a class. •Encourage institutions to develop support for the use of open textbooks and other open educational resources.
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CUNY IT Conference December 5, 2008 Conference Theme: Instructional/Information Technology in CUNY: The Catalyst for Transformational Change Dr. Philip A. Pecorino, CUNY, SUNY There is a campaign Make Textbooks Affordable campaign by Student Public Interest Research Groups to increase the number of such texts that has over 1,200 instructors endorsing its Open Textbooks Statement of Intent As faculty members, we affirm that it is our prerogative and responsibility to select course materials that are pedagogically most appropriate for our classes. We also affirm that it is consistent with this principle to seek affordable and accessible course materials for our classes whenever possible. This includes “open textbooks,” which are textbooks offered online to students at no cost. •Open textbooks and other open educational resources present an affordable, comparable and flexible alternative to commercial course materials: •Open textbooks are available online at no cost to students, and they can be printed for a low cost in various formats. This ensures all students have equal access to the content, while still preserving the option to use a conventional textbook format. •Open textbooks that are of comparable quality to commercial textbooks are already available. An example of an open textbook is Caltech Professor R. Preston McAfee’s Introduction to Economic Analysis, which has been adopted at NYU and Harvard. •Open textbooks are flexible. Instructors are free to use a particular edition indefinitely or customize content if desired. Therefore, we the undersigned declare our intent to: •Seek and consider open textbooks and other open educational resources when choosing course materials. •Give preference to a low or no cost educational resource such as an open textbook over an expensive, commercial textbook if it best fits the needs of a class. •Encourage institutions to develop support for the use of open textbooks and other open educational resources.
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2005 Registration Deadlines May/June administration Received by 15 September 2004 15 February 2005 15 March 2005 Required Fees* $735 $815 $1,120 Final Deadline: All forms must be received by CFA Institute on or before 15 March 2005 *Includes registration fee that candidates pay only when first entering the CFA Program CFA Institute
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