Tuition increase by KU, others in state

(MSC News)--The University of Kansas says it is seeking a 3.5% increase in tuition for next school year.

The Lawrence Journal-World reports that KU implemented a 5% increase a year ago, but before that, the university went four consecutive years without an increase.

KU is on pace to have its highest enrollment ever when classes resume next fall, but school leaders are still seeking approval from the Kansas Board of Regents to boost tuition.

KU is not alone, every public university in the state is asking for a tuition hike, ranging from 2.8% at K-State to 6% at Fort Hays State.

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