Undergraduate students at Northern Kentucky University who are Kentucky residents will see their tuition increase by 2.7 percent in the 2013-2014 academic year.
Graduate students from Kentucky will see a 9.3 percent tuition hike, while graduate students from Ohio and Indiana will see their tuition go up by 9.4 percent.
NKU’s board of regents approved the increase Wednesday by a unanimous vote. It will mean a $9 per credit hour tuition hike for resident undergraduates. Their tuition will jump from $328 to $337.
University of Cincinnati President Santa Ono is recommending the school freeze in-state tuition rates for the next school year. A press release says the Board will vote on the proposal in June. The freeze would apply to undergraduate instructional, general, campus life and the information technology and instructional equipment fee.President Ono also told the board Tuesday he will not accept a salary increase or bonus payment for the next two years.