BOULDER, Colo. — The University of Colorado’s Board of Regents voted to increase tuition at the school’s three campuses for next year.
While tuition will increase 3.3 percent for students at the Boulder campus next school year, the increase is the lowest hike since 2006/2007, reported the Daily Camera.
The increase equals about $290 more for in-state undergraduate students (based on a 30 credit schedule for a student in the Arts and Sciences college). Right now a student in the College of Arts and Sciences pays $8,760 at the Boulder campus.
Tuition will also increase at CU’s campuses in Denver and Colorado Springs. The Denver campus increase is 3.5 percent, while the Colorado Springs campus increase is 3.5 percent.