Tech Board of Regents approves increases in tuition, fees for fall

The Texas Tech Board of Regents approved a plan which includes a 9.95 percent increase in tuition during its meeting from May 13 to May 14.

The plan, which was presented to the board by Senior Vice President of Administration and Finance Kyle Clark, also included an adjusted library fee of $350 — a 30 percent increase — per semester and the standardization of advising fees to a universal cost of $4 per semester credit hour.

The tuition increase amounts to an additional $16.49 per semester credit hour and will take effect in the Fall 2010 semester, Clark said in the meeting.

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