Clemson Board Approves Tuition Hike

It's going to cost a little more to be a Tiger. Clemson University's board last week approved raising tuition for in-state students as well as the costs of housing and dining. 

The two-point-75-percent tuition increase will go into effect next month, and the school says it's the smallest hike in 20 years. 

It will amount to almost an extra 200-dollars per semester for each full-time student. 

In-state students will now pay more than 73-hundred dollars per semester in tuition.


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