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Written by Jimmy Holbrook   
Thursday, 20 April 2017

On Tuesday, the state’s Board of Regents set tuition for the University System of Georgia for the 2017-2018 academic year. All 28 of the USG’s colleges and universities will keep their tuition increase to 2 percent, which limits the increase across the University System to $27 to $98 per semester for a full-time, in-state undergraduate student.

For example, the per credit-hour fee at Georgia Highlands College will rise from $90.87 to $92.67, or just under 2 percent, according to a breakdown of all the state university schools.

By keeping the tuition increase to two percent for the 2017-2018 academic year following the zero percent increase for the current year (2016-2017), the University System has been able to limit tuition increases to an average of 2.2 percent annually over the last five years. 

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