TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (AP) — Indiana State University officials say they don’t think the school can follow other state colleges in freezing student tuition rates.
Indiana State administrators are proposing a tuition and mandatory fee increase of nearly 2 percent for each of the next two years. That would boost costs for a full-time undergraduate student from Indiana to $4,190 a semester for the coming school year.
Indiana and Purdue universities plan no tuition increases for in-state students at their main campuses. Increases of 1.65 percent are planned at their regional campuses.
Indiana State vice president Diann McKee tells the Tribune-Star that the IU and Purdue main campuses have many more out-of-state students, who pay higher tuition than do in-state students. She says Indiana State’s tuition will remain much lower than IU and Purdue.
Information from: Tribune-Star, http://www.tribstar.com
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