C of C raises tuition for both in and out-of-state students (updated)

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Updates are at the bottom.

First reporting:

In response to the recent cut in state funding, the College of Charleston's board of trustees has approved a 15 percent tuition increase for in-state students and 6 percent for out-of-staters that will go into effect during the upcoming school year.

Including the new jump in numbers, in-state students will now pay $10,314 while out-of-state students will be paying $23,172 per year.

The Post and Courier has a brief mention of the increase and promises more details in tomorrow's edition.

Update June 8:

As promised, here's the link to The Post and Courier's lengthier article on the College of Charleston's decision to hike tuition prices for the 2010-2011 school year.

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