Connecticut Board of Regents Approves State Higher Ed Tuition Increases

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The Finance Committee of the Board of Regents for Higher Education, which governs four Connecticut state universities, 12 community colleges and Charter Oak State College, approved an increase in tuition and fees for the system’s nearly 100,000 students. The Finance Committee had requested additional financial, enrollment and other information, including risk factors that the system may face over the next year, during its February 19 meeting prior to voting on a tuition and fee package for FY 2014 (state universities and community colleges) and AY2014 (Charter Oak State College).

The tuition and fee package approved by the Finance Committee awaits final approval by the full Board of Regents, which meets next on March 21. The tuition and fee increases for FY2014 at the community colleges and state universities include:

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