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PITTSBURGH (AP) — Tuition at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh is increasing by 3.2 percent for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Vice President for Campus Affairs Michael Murphy told the campus in an email that the school's board of trustees has approved the rate increase, which brings tuition to $51,196 a year for undergraduates entering this fall and for those who entered in the fall of 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Undergraduates who came in the fall of 2012 will pay $50,690 a year. Graduate prices are set at the program level.
Additional fees for all students include a $180 transportation fee and a $400 technology fee.
Murphy says the school remains committed to offering financial assistance through scholarships.
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