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NIVERSITY TUITION
(2007-07-20)
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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN'S GOVERNING BOARD HAS APPROVED TUITION
INCREASES FOR ITS THREE CAMPUSES.
THEY JOIN A GROWING LIST OF MICHIGAN PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES WHERE
STUDENTS WILL FACE HIGHER BILLS IN THE UPCOMING ACADEMIC YEAR.
THE INCREASES IN PART REFLECT UNCERTAINTY ABOUT THE LEVEL OF AID
FROM STATE GOVERNMENT, WHICH IS STRUGGLING WITH BUDGET PROBLEMS.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN PERCENTAGE INCREASES WON'T BE AS
LARGE AS THOSE PLANNED AT SOME OF THE STATE'S OTHER PUBLIC
UNIVERSITIES.
TUITION AND FEES WILL RISE ABOUT 7-POINT-4 PERCENT FOR
UNDERGRADUATES AT THE ANN ARBOR CAMPUS.
TUITION AND FEES WILL RISE 6-POINT-4 PERCENT ON THE FLINT CAMPUS
FOR UNDERGRADUATES AND 7-POINT-9 PERCENT FOR UNDERGRADUATES ON THE
DEARBORN CAMPUS.

(COPYRIGHT 2007 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED.)


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