By Amy Cherry 12:45pm, July 8, 2013In-state and out-of-state students at the University of Delaware will pay more for their tuition next year.
The school has hiked the cost of attendance for Delawareans more than $400 bringing the total to $12,112. Total cost, including room and board and mandatory fees for in-state students is now $23,312.
Out-of-state tuition will go up by $1,160 with on-campus students facing a $41,000 bill each year.
The nearly four-percent increase is the lowest tuition hike for in-state students at UD since 2003 and the lowest for out-of-state students since 2005.
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