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Wayne State University board of governors raises tuition $10.45 per credit hour

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DETROIT — Wayne State University students will see a 3.2 percent tuition increase under a budget approved by the Detroit school's board of governors.

The Wayne State board approved a $582 million operating budget and the tuition increase on Friday.

Tuition will increase $10.45 per credit hour for in-state undergraduate students taking 30 credit hours.

Wayne State says it will raise its financial aid by more than $900,000 to help offset the tuition hike.


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http://wayne.edu/tuition

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