EKU Approves 5% Tuition Increase

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Updated: 6/11/2012 6:29 pm
The Eastern Kentucky University Board of Regents approved a five percent tuition increase while meeting in regular session on Monday.

The board approved a 2012-13 operating budget of $235,769,831 (not including restricted funds), an increase of approximately one percent over the previous year.

State appropriations for EKU decreased 6.4 percent ($4.6 million) in the Commonwealth’s 2012-13 biennial budget. The budget does not include an across-the-board salary increase for faculty and staff.

The budget incorporates the five percent tuition increase for undergraduate tuition for Kentucky residents.

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