Tech Sets Tuition Increase Rate Cap - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

3/31/08

Tech Sets Tuition Increase Rate Cap

Last week, the University of Texas and Texas A & M announced tuition hikes. But Texas Tech has capped its tuition rate increase. 

University regents met over the weekend to discuss the absolute maximum for tuition increases. The cap was set at 4.4%. If tuition rates increase in the fall, they can't exceed that amount.

The actual increase, if any, will be decided in May. Since 2003, college tuition in Texas has gone up more than 40%.

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