Oakland University undergraduate students who are residents of Michigan can expect to see tuition increase 2.96 percent, following action taken today by the Board of Trustees.
Oakland is the state's last public university to set fall tuition.
All of the 15 public universities set their increases under 4 percent, since that is the cap set by the Legislature in the fiscal 2013 state budget.
A few were lower than the cap. Central Michigan University, for instance, increased tuition 1.96 percent; Ferris State University by 2.59 percent and the University of Michigan increased tuition 2.8 percent.