Paul Koester, left, taught an elementary calculus class at the University of Kentucky's Kastle Hall. About 160 are enrolled for this lecture course. Outgoing UK president Lee T. Todd Jr. has proposed a number of improvements, including smaller classes, to go along with UK's tuition hike.
Paul Koester, left, taught an elementary calculus class at the University of Kentucky's Kastle Hall. About 160 are enrolled for this lecture course. Outgoing UK president Lee T. Todd Jr. has proposed a number of improvements, including smaller classes, to go along with UK's tuition hike.
Paul Koester, left, taught an elementary calculus class at the University of Kentucky's Kastle Hall. About 160 are enrolled for this lecture course. Outgoing UK president Lee T. Todd Jr. has proposed a number of improvements, including smaller classes, to go along with UK's tuition hike.

UK officials plan to raise tuition by 6 percent; rule out raises next year

April 20, 2012 02:07 PM

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