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Fri June 17, 2011
Many Michigan universities raise tuition for 2011-12 school year
Update 10:58 a.m.
Michigan State University trustees voted this morning to raise tuition by 6.9% for resident undergraduates, which translates to a nearly $800 increase for full time, in-state students.
If you attend one of Michigan's 15 public universities, chances are you'll see your tuition costs go up for the 2011-12 school year.
Several universities have already announced tuition hikes. Here's a roundup of the schools that have voted so far:
- University of Michigan: 6.7% increase for in-state undergraduates, 4.9% for out-or-state students.
- Western Michigan University: 6.6% increase
- Oakland University: 7% increase
- Saginaw Valley State: 6.9% increase
- Lake Superior State University: 6.94% increase
- Michigan Technological University: 6.95% increase
- University of Michigan-Flint: 6.8% increase
Michigan State University trustees are meeting this morning to vote on tuition rates for the upcoming school year. Check back here to see the results.