The cost of higher education in Kansas continued to swell this week, carrying on a long-running trend in which universities rely increasingly on tuition and fees to operate.This fall, a full-time semester at the University of Kansas will cost nearly $2,000 more than a decade earlier. The increase at Kansas State University has been similar. Also over the last decade, the state’s spending per student at Kansas Board of Regents universities has slid. Board members expressed reluctance to approve the latest round of tuition hikes during their meetings this week — and a few voted against them.
Source: VNC News
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