Saginaw Valley State University approved a tuition increase of 4.19 percent.
The increase is for the 2016-2017 school year.
An undergrad student taking 30 credits will pay $9,345 for the upcoming school year, the school said. Students paid $8,969 for the 2015-2016 school year.
“We continue to do all that we can to maintain our commitment to affordability for our students and their families,” said President Donald Bachand, president. “While our tuition remains the lowest among Michigan’s public universities, the quality of teaching and learning at SVSU has never been higher. We provide an exceptional educational value for our students.”
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