A 22.6% tuition hike over two years has been approved for East Carolina University students.
UNC President Erskine Bowles approved tuition hikes for the state's 16 universities on Tuesday.
For undergrad in-state residents, the increase will be broken down over a two year period, $300 for 2010-11 and $263 in 2011-12. For out of state undergrads, and those attending the Brody School of Medicine, a $750 hike will be immediate.
ECU graduate students, both in-state and out of state, will see a $27 hike this coming year, followed by a $387 jump next year.
The increased tuition comes on top of a $200 hike for all students that had already been enacted.