Tuition hikes continue at Ohio’s public colleges

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Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Eight of Ohio’s 14 public universities have imposed or proposed tuition increases for next school year, despite a push from students to keep costs down.

University of Akron leaders agreed to raise tuition by 2 percent last week, following increases that have been approved at the University of Cincinnati, Youngstown State University and Shawnee State University.

Four other schools have proposed increases: Ohio University, Miami University, Wright State University and the University of Toledo.

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