University of South Alabama students could again be facing tuition hikes.
USA spokesman Keith Ayers said today that President Gordon Moulton will ask school trustees to approve raising tuition and fees for the 2013 academic year. Trustees will also be asked to consider additional charges for student housing, he said.
The school's trustees meet Thursday and could give final approval to the increases on Friday.
Ayers said the amount of requested increases had not been finalized.