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July 27, 2007

“The board of regents approved last week a $1.35 billion general fund budget for the 2008 fiscal year, which includes a 7.4 percent tuition increase for undergraduates and a 5 percent increase for most graduate programs. The budget also includes an 11.5 percent increase in centrally awarded financial aid for undergrads. The general fund budget supports the primary missions of the University—instruction, research and public service. The total academic year tuition and all required fees for first-year undergraduates in the College of Literature, Science and the Arts will be $10,447 (a $724 increase) for Michigan residents and $31,301 (a $2,170 increase) for nonresidents.”

OMW. Glad I’m no longer there. What the hell are the regents and Mary Sue thinking? We might be a good school, but do we really need to cost so much? Thirty one thousand for out of state?

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