Tuition at Kansas colleges likely to stay about the same
May 20, 2021
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas college students may pay generally the same tuition in the fall semester than they did this year, if the Kansas Board of Regents approves tuition proposals submitted Wednesday by the state's public universities.
If the proposals are approved next month, it would be the third straight year with little or no increase in tuition for Kansas public university students.
Most colleges proposed keeping existing costs for 2021. Kansas State University sought a $57 increase for in-state students and Emporia State proposed a nearly 30% cut in out-of-state tuition, The Kan...
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