Students who are ineligible for free tuition at New York’s public colleges will have to pay more for tuition this fall.
Tuition will go up $200, or by 3%, for the 2019-20 school year at the 29 State University of New York campuses, the Board of Trustees voted Thursday.
It also agreed to allow for another $150 a year in new fees at its four university centers and $25 in new fees at its other state-run colleges to “support student services and ongoing operations.”
It is the third year in a row SUNY has increased tuition by the highest allowable amount under state law.
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