Undergraduate in-state students at the University of Michigan will be paying $546 more next year, according to the university. The 3.9 percent tuition hike comes after the Board of Regents approved the increase as part of the 2017 general fund budget.
The increase stays below the state legislature's limit of 4.2 percent, which will still allow the university to get state funding.
Out-of-state students will see a larger increase of 4.4 percent while most graduate and professional programs will see an increase of 3.9 percent.
According to the university, undergrad tutiion and other fees for first-year, in-state studnents in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts will be $14,402.