Regents increase tuition, fees 1% at SD universities
ABERDEEN, S.D. - Students in South Dakota’s public universities will pay an average of about $105 more for the upcoming academic year.
The Board of Regents this week approved a tuition and mandatory fee hike of about 1%.
On average, an in-state undergraduate student taking 30 credit hours next year will pay about $9,360 for tuition and mandatory fees, KOTA-TV reported.
These new rates are effective for the 2021-22 academic year that begins this summer. Tuition and fees cover part of the 2.4 percent salary raise for all university employees in the coming year.
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