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Notice: Consultation Services Rate Changes
Please note that CTSI Consultation Services is expecting hourly rate changes in Fiscal Year 2017. We will continue to subsidize the free initial consultation hour, which we feel is important for allowing all campus members access to at least some support and advice. We will publicize our new rates once they have been agreed upon and approved by the University. If you have any questions, please contact us.

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Specialized Consultation Services

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