College tuition likely to increase at Chattanooga, Cleveland State

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Thursday, June 6, 2013

The Tennessee Board of Regents later this month will consider another round of student tuition/maintenance fee hikes after the board’s Finance and Business Operations Committee on Tuesday recommended the increases to the full board.

But the increases are lower than in recent years. That’s because they’ve been offset by the state government’s first increase in funding for higher education general operating money in more than a decade.

Students at the board’s community colleges, including Chattanooga State and Cleveland State, would see three percent increases.

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