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Monday, January 09, 2012

The Oregon State Board of Higher Education approved an average 8.9% increase in summer tuition and fees at the state's seven public universities.

At Southern Oregon University, undergraduate students from Oregon will pay 7.3 percent more for 12 credit hours during summer. That’s an increase from $1,681 in 2011 to $1,804 for the upcoming summer term.
The increase is still about $200 less than what 12 credits cost during the other SOU terms this academic year.
Out-of-state undergraduate SOU students are facing a 180 percent increase for summer tuition and fees — from $1,801 in 2011 to $5,040 for 12 credits in summer 2012.

Read more at The Bulletin.

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