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University Of Michigan Regents Hike Tuition 2.7 PercentThe hike is part of the Ann Arbor school's nearly $1.80 billion operating budget approved Thursday.
Central Michigan University OKs 2.6 Percent Tuition IncreaseThe tuition increase will cost students an extra $10 per credit hour.
How College Scorecard Can Help With College Selection ProcessAccording to a 2013 College Board report, full-time workers with a bachelor’s degree earn an average of $21,000 more annually than those who have no education beyond high school.
Wayne State Plans 2015 Spring-Summer Tuition BreakWayne State officials said the aim of the 30 percent tuition break is to help students graduate faster.
Michigan Law Restores Tuition Aid To National Guard MembersGov. Rick Snyder said the new tuition benefit is a "key way" to give back to military members.
MSU Approves 2.8 Percent Tuition HikeThe East Lansing school's Board of Trustees on Friday approved matching last year's increase.
Michigan House OKs In-State Tuition For VeteransTuition would decrease for some military veterans who attend Michigan public universities and community colleges under legislation that overwhelmingly passed the state House Wednesday.
Bills Give Free Tuition If Students Chip In Future Pay The "pay it forward" legislation would give graduates free college tuition if they give 4 percent of future earnings to the state for 20 years.
EMU Students In US Illegally Get In-State TuitionEastern Michigan University plans to allow students living in the U.S. without legal permission to qualify for in-state tuition starting with the fall semester of 2014.
Oakland University Raises Tuition 2.9% For 2012-13Oakland University has decided to raise tuition by nearly three percent for the next school year.
Central Michigan University Hikes Tuition 1.97 PercentThe school's board of trustees voted this week to raise tuition 1.96 percent, adding $7 to the cost of each credit hour.
Michigan Budget Proposal May Bring Tuition ReliefAfter what university leaders have sometimes called a "decade of disinvestment," Michigan's public universities are poised to get a rare increase in state funding next fiscal year - and it could bring some tuition relief for students.