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Decision Is Final: Tuition Up 9.6 Percent In-State

The board’s decision nevertheless followed the recommendations of President Thomas Ross ’75 (JD). Carolina was granted a 9.6 percent hike in tuition and fees for in-state undergraduates, not the 11.4 percent it had asked for. UNC’s in-state tuition will go up by $695. (UNC General Alumni Association)


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