Tuition Hike at Northern Illinois University
In-state undergraduate and current graduate students can expect to pay a little more for their tuition this year.
Trustees at Northern Illinois University approved a 2% tuition increase. The hike will affect around 28% of the 22,000 students enrolled. What this means specifically, is that an in-state student would pay about $302 a credit hour, while an out-of-state student would pay twice that. Graduate students will pay about $342 a credit hour and law students will pay $651.
A students from Illinois, who is taking a full load of classes, would pay $9,100 a year, excluding fees, room, and board.
The school is expecting about $454-million in revenue for the upcoming school year.