Tuition at the University of Michigan is going up for the coming school year but at a rate lower than the rate of inflation.
Tuition and fees at Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo are going up by 3.2 percent in the upcoming academic year.
Michigan Technological University’s board approved a balanced $172.5 million budget and tuition hikes of 2.9 percent for in-state undergrads.
Resident tuition will increase by $3 to $89 per credit hour, and an additional $5 per credit hour technology and facility fee will now be assessed.
Oakland University has decided to raise tuition by nearly three percent for the next school year.
Grand Valley State University’s Board of Trustees approved the university’s 2012-13 budget at its July 13 meeting, including a 3.6 percent tuition increase.
Wayne State University students will see a 3.88 percent tuition increase under a budget approved by the school’s board of governors.
Ferris State University’s Board of Trustees has voted to increase tuition at the Big Rapids school by 2.5 percent.
The Michigan State University Board of Trustees has approved a 3.4 percent tuition increase for in-state undergraduate students.
The University of Michigan Board of Regents Thursday approved a budget that will increase financial aid enough to cover the full rise in the cost of attendance for the typical Michigan resident student with financial need — and reduce the student’s loan burden.