MSU Votes To Increase Tuition This Year
Michigan State University students and families will be seeing and increase in their tuition for the upcoming 2016-17 academic year, voted on by MSU Board of Trustees this morning.
In-state freshmen and sophomores will pay 3.7% higher tuition this fall compared to last, or about $250 per semester with 15 credits. Juniors and seniors from Michigan will see a 3.9% increase. Finally, non-resident undergrads will pay 4.2% higher tuition this coming school year.
Because of the increase to tuition, MSU will increase its financial aid payments, this is all according to the Lansing State Journal.