No Tuition Hike for OSU In-State Undergrads
The Oklahoma State University/A&M Board of Regents has approved a $1.17 billion budget that includes no tuition increase for in-state undergraduate students.
The board met Friday in Tulsa.
Tuition for OSU undergraduates who are not from Oklahoma will rise 2.9 percent — or about $570 per year. In-state graduate student tuition is going up 1.8 percent, about $120 per year, while nonresident graduate students will pay 3 percent more, about $576 per year.
OSU said in a news release that the increases will help provide for about 60 new faculty and graduate assistant positions.