Tuition Could Go Up Another 9 Percent At CSU

FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4) – Undergrads at Colorado State University can expect another 9 percent jump in tuition to pay next year if the draft budget goes through.

The increase amounts to $620 more a year for in-state students. Non-residents would see a similar increase.

In a letter to students and staff, CSU President Tony Frank said that the school will also invest more in financial aid and hopefully give staff a 3 percent salary raise.

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