YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WKBN) – On Thursday, Youngstown State University’s Finance and Facilities Committee will discuss a proposed increase in tuition and fees.
The proposal is to increase the undergraduate and graduate rates by 2% each.
Undergraduate students could see an increase of $80 a semester to just over $4,100.
The cost for graduate students could go up by $120 to almost $6,200.
Doctoral students would see the biggest increase — 4.6% to $6,500 a semester.
There’s also a proposal to slightly raise some room and board fees.
If the committee approves, the entire board of trustees will vote on the increases Thursday.