University regents approve tuition hikes for next two years

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University of Alaska students will be spending more to go to school next year.

On Thursday, the University Board of Regents approved a 5 percent tuition hike for next fall, and another 5 percent increase the year after that. The increase comes on top of five previous tuition raises in as many years.

Starting in the fall, credits for lower division classes will rise from $202 to $212. Upper-division credits will rise from $244 to $256.

University regents approve tuition hikes for next two years

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