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    At the University of Kentucky, 32 percent of all classes come with added fees to pay for instruction on top of tuition.

At the University of Kentucky, 32 percent of all classes come with added fees to pay for instruction on top of tuition. Linda Blackford lblackford@herald-leader.com
At the University of Kentucky, 32 percent of all classes come with added fees to pay for instruction on top of tuition. Linda Blackford lblackford@herald-leader.com

First you pay tuition. Then you pay more. Course fees cost UK students $21.8 million

August 22, 2017 4:14 PM