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EKU Students Will Be Paying More for Tuition

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 4/26/2012 11:52 pm
EKU students will be paying more to learn.

The Board of Regents Thursday approved a 5% increase in tuition for students from Kentucky.

That raises tuition to $3,660.

Dorm rates will also go up by 5% and meal plans will go up by 3.5%.

The budget for the 2012-13 year does not include an across-the-board salary increase for faculty and staff.

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