ANN ARBOR, Mich., (WXYZ) - University of Michigan regents have approved a 1.1% tuition increase for instate undergraduates for the coming school year. The board approved the tuition increases at its meeting on Thursday.
The Ann Arbor school says the tuition increase for in-state undergraduates amounts to $148 for the year and is the smallest percentage increase since 1985.
The university says out-of-state undergraduates will see a 3.2% tuition increase, or $1,270. It says most graduate programs will increase tuition by 1.8%.
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