PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University Board of Regents members will be on the system’s four campuses April 29 to take public comments on tuition rates and university budget issues.

President V. Lane Rawlins is expected to present the university’s analysis of tuition increases based on current legislative information. He also will discuss WSU’s budget issues for the next biennium.

The public session from 11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. will be conducted via the Washington Higher Education Telecommunications System and available at the WSU campuses in Pullman, Spokane, Tri-Cities and Vancouver.

Regent Ken Alhadeff will be at WSU Tri-Cities’ West Building, Room 224. Regent Joe King will participate in the hearings from WSU Vancouver’s Classroom Building, Room 116. Regent Chris Marr will join the hearing from the Spokane Intercollegiate Research and Technology Institute, Room 350. The other board members will be on the Pullman campus in the Food Science Human Nutrition T101 classroom for the hearings.

Those who would like to provide public comment to the board will sign in when they arrive at any of the four WHETS sites and will be called on to provide input on the two topics: tuition increases and university budget issues.

The hearing also will be videostreamed and available at experience.wsu.edu. The board will be accepting input on budget and tuition issues until May 5. Comments can be submitted to public_comments@wsu.edu.