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June 13, 2014 3:22 PM

In-state tuition increases 2.08 percent for Kentucky community college students

Tuition at Kentucky's community colleges will grow by 2.08 percent for in-state students under a 2014-2015 budget approved Friday by the board of regents. Tuition will increase from $144 per credit hour to $147. Out-of-state students in counties contiguous to Kentucky will pay $294 per credit hour, and all others will pay $515.

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