BOULDER, Colo. (CBS4) – The University of Colorado Boulder’s board of regents approved a three percent tuition increase on Friday.

That amounts to an extra $288 a year for in state undergraduates.

The extra money will reportedly fund a scholarship program and employee salaries.

The increase will go into effect next academic year.

This increase is actually the smallest in the last eight years.

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