LOGAN -- The Utah State University Board of Trustees has voted in favor of a 4 percent tuition increase.
USU students probably will face another 5 percent increase on top of the 4 percent increase approved Friday, reports The Herald Journal of Logan.
The Utah Board of Regents is expected to approve a 5 percent tuition increase this spring for all of the state's colleges and universities.
While the state sets Tier 1 tuition rates, individual institutions set Tier II rates. The combination of the two will have USU undergraduate resident students taking 15 credit hours a semester pay an extra $195.57 a semester.