Fayetteville State Raises Tuition and Fees, Campus Enhancements to Follow
Pending approval by the UNC Board of Governors, a trustee-approved plan for tuition and fee increases at Fayetteville State will go into affect in fall 2012. School officials say that the increases will increase available scholarship funds, class offerings, technology improvements and extending library hours.
The cost of attending FSU for in-state students living on campus would be about $11,763 next year, an increase of about 8.3 percent from this year.
Tuition would rise 6.5 percent, from $2,427 to $2,585. A similar increase is planned for the following year.
Fees would rise $152, to $1,780.
Meal plans would increase about 11 percent. The cost of living in residence halls would go up an average of 14 percent. (Fayetteville Observer)