(DETROIT, Mich.) -- Michigan State University is raising its tuition 3.5 percent next year, the Detroit Free Press reports.
The increase means in-state undergraduate students will pay $210 more per semester, and keeps the school under the 4 percent tuition increase limit set by the State Legislature for universities to be eligible for performance funding, the paper says.
Thursday, the University of Michigan increased tuition by 2.8 percent for in-state undergraduate students. Wayne State University is expected to set tuition on Wednesday, according to the Free Press.
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