Tuition Increases Possible In UNC System

University of North Carolina officials have unanimously approved a $3 billion plan to ask for a $168 million spending increase.

WRAL-TV reports that the Board of Governors on Friday approved the plan that represents a 5.8 percent increase.

All but about $50 million would go toward salaries, financial aid and public safety at the system's 16 universities.

Chancellors at the system's campuses have cut current budgets by 4 percent.

The board decided not to raise tuition last year, but University of North Carolina President Erskine Bowles said he expects campuses will ask for an increase now.


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  • by pack mom Location: nc on Nov 15, 2008 at 03:47 PM
    Not surprised at all. They are having to cut back on things on campus to make their current budgets work.
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