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(KSL News) Students at Utah State University will pay a little more to go to school next year.
The school's Board of Regents executive committee approved a two-tiered tuition increase, which will increase tuition at USU by a total of seven percent, or $236 dollars a year for students taking 15 credit hours.
The first tier of the increase will be used to boost the salaries of the school's faculty and staff. The second tier will be used to pay for specific programs.