An investigation by The Utah Statesman has found that the students at Utah State University School of Business pay significantly more money in tuition than other students at the university. The school claims this tuition is monitored by a board composed of students, faculty, and staff; however, that board does not exist. The school receives about $8 million in revenue every year, which means the revenue is being spent with no input from those who pay it, despite what the school has told them.