Wright State considers $284 tuition increase


Wright State University will consider raising tuition $284 for undergraduate students next year – bringing annual tuition to $8,354.

That works out to the maximum increase allowed by the state of 3.5 percent.

There’s a large crowd at a meeting this morning to hear the budget proposal for fiscal year 2013. The Board of Trustees is not voting today on the budget.

“Wright State has one of the most affordable tuitions among Ohio’s public universities and will continue to offer a high-quality education at an affordable price,” said President David Hopkins.

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