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USI increases tuition, still most affordable university in IN

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The University of Southern Indiana's Board of Trustees held a meeting on Thursday regarding a tuition increase.

USI Board of Trustees unanimously approved the tuition increase for the 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 school years.

Included was a per-semester credit-hour fee increase for 2013-2014 to $211.93 for Indiana resident undergraduate students; $309.27 for Indiana resident graduate students; $507.09 for non-resident undergraduate students; and $609.84 for non-resident graduate students.

The 2014-2015 per-semester credit-hour fee will increase to $221.22 for Indiana resident undergraduate students; $324.84 for Indiana resident graduate students; $532.56 for non-resident undergraduate students; and $640.46 for non-resident graduate students.

Also approved was an increase in student fees and other mandatory fees for 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 and laboratory and miscellaneous fees for 2013-2014.

USI says even with the increase in tuition, they will remain the most affordable state university in Indiana with tuition still being below $7,000.

Also announced was that the new Teaching Theatre will be complete in time for Fall 2014 classes.

The simulation lab in the Health Professions Center is under renovation and should be completed by fall.

The renovated USI Campus Store, which includes an Apple Store, will also be opening soon.

A set date has not been released.

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