LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - University of Kentucky students may have
to pay a bit more to attend classes in the next school year.
The school's Board of Trustees on Tuesday approved a 5 percent
tuition increase along with mandatory fees for undergraduate
students for the 2009-10 school year. The proposed increases will
be submitted to the state's Council on Post-Secondary Education for
approval on May 22.
With the hike, tuition and mandatory fees for undergraduate
Kentucky resident students will be $4,061.50 per semester for
freshmen and sophomores, an increase of $193.50 and $4,179 for
upper division students juniors and seniors, an increase of $199.
Nonresident tuition will be $8,339 for lower division and
$8,450.50 for upper division students per semester.
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