Officials Approve Tuition Hike for Kentucky Colleges

Published 04/30 2014 05:28PM

Updated 04/30 2014 05:29PM

Students attending college in Kentucky could be facing a tuition hike.

The Council on Post-Secondary Education approved allowing an increase up to 8 percent over the next two years. The panel says it's necessary due to less state funding and higher university expectations.

The hike was capped at no more than 5 percent in either year and would apply to in-state undergrads. The panel also allowed community colleges to increase tuition by 4 percent over the next two years.

Each school will decide individually how to adopt any increases.

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