EAST LANSING - The Michigan State University Board of Trustees has approved a tuition increase. Meeting Friday morning, the board approved a $14 per credit hour tuition increase for in-state undergraduate students. That 3.5% increase adds up to about $210 more per semester.
A university press statement says that in state undergraduates who take a full load of classes, 15 credit hours, will be paying about $6,311 per semester.
Out of state undergraduate students will see a $44 per credit hour increase.
Graduate students will have to pay $28.25 more per credit hour. It's a $55.75 increase for non-Michigan residents.
News 10 is at the board meeting and will have more details on the tuition increase and its implications on the affordability of college.
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