UMASS APPROVES 3 PERCENT HIKE TO STUDENT CHARGES
[Developing] The University of Massachusetts Board of Trustees voted Monday to increase tuition and fees by an average of 3 percent for in-state undergraduates on Monday -- the third year in a row the university has increased tuition for students.
Last July, trustees voted to increase tuition and fees by 5.8 percent -- an increase that cost the average in-state undergraduate student $756. The trustees broke a two-year tuition freeze in 2015 when they voted to increase tuition by 5 percent.
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