KU food, housing costs to dip; 4 other schools plan hikes


December 20, 2019

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — University of Kansas student will pay a little bit less for basic food and housing starting next fall, while costs will remain the same or increase at the state's five other public universities.

Kansas Board of Regents voted Wednesday to drop the rate of a double occupancy room and limited dining option at KU to $9,700 from $9,768 for the 2020-21 academic year, the Lawrence Journal-World reports that the

KU Chancellor Douglas Girod said the savings came from food service employees finding "efficiencies in the system."

Though KU's rate will decrease, it will remain...

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