The sweeping cuts to universities in North Carolina could have a major impact on students at UNC-Chapel Hill if substantial hikes in tuition and fees are approved.
Monday, the Tuition and Fee Advisory Task Force met for two hours and recommended a $2,800 raise in undergraduate tuition and fees over five years. The totals would jump $800 in 2012-13. The task force is proposing an $1,800 increase in fees, for a total of tuition and fees of nearly $8,000. Non-resident tuition, which is just under $25,000 would rise only 6.5 percent
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