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Vincennes University discusses tuition increase

Posted on June 10, 2021

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VINCENNES, Ind. — Vincennes University is looking to increase tuition for students attending the school beginning in the 2021-22 school year as well as increasing room and board rates beginning in 2022-23.

A public meeting was held on June 10 in several areas across the VU campus in which the tuition rate was discussed. The proposed increase would cost $200 for tuition in 2021-22 with room and board fees staying the same. Tuition would again rise $206 in 2022-23 and room and board fees would increase $327 at that time. Overall average totals for tuition and room and board would cost $17,358 for the 2022-23 academic year.

VU president Dr. Chuck Johnson sited the need for salary and equipment upgrades as the reason for the increase. The proposed rates were approved by the Finance and Revenue Committee at VU and will now head to the VU Board of Trustees for final approval. The VU Board of Trustees is scheduled to meet on Wednesday, June 16.

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