The Northern Kentucky University Board of Regents passed the four percent tuition increase at its meeting March 11.
The four percent increase will bump tuition to $3,396 for residential students taking 12-to-16 credit hours. Last year’s tuition was $3,264.
The board also approved a revised version of the NKU Master Plan. Within the plan, the university is looking to increase parking on campus and providing more rooming for students, among other ideas.
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