WSU tuition going up
PULLMAN, Wash. — Students who live at Washington State University can expect a 2 percent increase in tuition next year.
The WSU Board of Regents approved an increase of up to 2 percent in tuition rates for resident undergraduate students at their regular meeting last week on the WSU Spokane campus. The move will bump tuition from $9,530 to $9,720.
Resident doctor of pharmacy students can also expect an increase in tuition, from $19,990 to $21,900 and non-resident students can expect an increase from $36,644 to $38,664. Resident students in the Elson S. Floyd College of Medicine will see an increase in tuition from $35,000 to $37,240, while resident College of Veterinary Medicine students will see an increase from $23,358 to $24,994, and non-resident students will see an increase from $56,588 to $60,550.
The budget requests must now be submitted to the Washington Legislature for approval.
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