Students will pay more to attend school in the fall following a tuition increase approved Tuesday by the state’s Board of Regents.
The board approved a 2.5 percent undergraduate tuition increase for 27 of the 31 colleges and universities in the University System of Georgia. The rate change means most students will pay between $32 and $85 more in tuition each semester, depending on the where they are enrolled.
Students will see even greater increases at the system’s four research institutions:
- At Georgia Tech, tuition for undergraduates will rise 9 percent. Students will pay $372 more per semester.
- At the University of Georgia, tuition will increase 7 percent. Students will pay and additional $281 per semester
- At Georgia State and Georgia Regents universities, students will pay 4 percent more per semester, or $156 and $155, respectively, beginning in the fall.
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