State universities seeking tuition increases for fiscal ’24


The state's six public universities Wednesday presented their tuition proposals to the Board of Regents for fiscal year 2024, asking for increases to help them fight inflation and offer better pay for faculty and staff.

They are seeking anywhere from a 5% to 7% increase for resident undergraduate students, driven largely by inflation coupled with rising labor costs.

The proposed increases came after state universities tried to hold down tuition increases for the last several years. The requests submitted . . .


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