Board of Trustees approves A-State tuition hike
JONESBORO, Ark. (KAIT) - Students will pay more next year to attend classes at A-State.
During its regular meeting Thursday in Beebe, the Arkansas State University System Board of Trustees approved a $338.8 million budget.
The board also approved increasing tuition and fees at its seven campuses, including A-State in Jonesboro and ASU-Newport.
According to a news release, for fiscal year 2024, A-State in Jonesboro budgeted $210.9 million with a 4 percent increase in annualized tuition and fees.
Tuition and fees will also rise at ASU-Beebe (6.3%), ASU-Mountain Home (4.8%), ASU Mid-South (4.3%), ASU Three Rivers (6.4%), and ASU-Newport (5.7%).
There will be no increase in tuition and fees at ASU’s Henderson campus.
To read more about Thursday’s meeting, click here.
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