Univ. of Northern Colorado considers 9 percent tuition hike
GREELEY, Colorado – The University of Northern Colorado trustees are considering a 9 percent increase in undergraduate tuition.
Tuition is currently about $3,900 a year for most in-state undergraduate students taking 12 credit-hours a semester. Tuition for music, theater, nursing and business schools is higher.
The Greeley-based university raised tuition 9.5 percent last year and 9.9 percent the year before that.
Colorado Department of Higher Education numbers show UNC had about 11,000 students last fall, making it the state’s fourth-largest public four-year institution.
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