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Radford board approves tuition, fee increases

Radford board approves tuition, fee increases

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RADFORD, Va. (AP) - Tuition and mandatory fees are increasing at Radford University.

The university's Board of Visitors has approved an across-the-board 4.28 percent increase in tuition and fees for the 2014-2015 academic year.

The BOV approved tuition and mandatory fee increases totaling $384 and $905 for in-state and out-of-state undergraduate students.  Graduate student tuition and mandatory fees will increase $417 for residents and $814 for non-residents. 

Radford said Monday in a news release that the increase will bolster efforts to provide additional need-based financial aid. It also will support development of additional programs and initiatives.

Radford's board approved the increase Friday during its quarterly meeting.

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