Students at all of Oklahoma's public colleges and universities can expect to pay more in tuition and fees next year.
In a brief meeting Thursday, the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education approved tuition and mandatory fee increases for Oklahoma's public colleges and universities.
Those increases ranged from just below 3 percent to nearly 8 percent. The University of Central Oklahoma topped the list with a 7.9 percent increase for undergraduate tuition and fees, taking the total cost for 30 hours from $4,717.50 to $5,091.
The University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University both saw relatively small tuition increases. OU's tuition and fees will increase by 3 percent, while OSU's will rise by 2.8 percent.