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The Commonwealth

Council on Postsecondary Education approves tuition rates

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Stu Johnson
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University of Kentucky

The Kentucky Council on Postsecondary Education has given final approval to university proposals for tuition and mandatory fees. Overall, the tuition rate change for resident undergraduates averages 1.5% across the system.

The Council on Postsecondary Education’s tuition ceilings set last year allowed schools to raise tuition 3% over two years, but no more than 2% in any one year. The Kentucky Community and Technical College System campuses were limited to no more than a $5 per credit hour increase over two years and no more than a $3 per credit hour increase in any one year.

For resident undergrads, the tuition increases were 1% at EKU, 1.8% at KSU, 1.1% at Morehead and Western, 1.2% at U of L, 1.9% at Murray, and 2% at UK. Rates for Northern Kentucky University and KCTCS were approved in April.

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