While the budget adopted by the Legislature last week reflected a 6.6 percent, or $8.7 million, reduction in state support, the Board was able to keep to its previous plan for tuition increases. The reduction is about $3 million more than had been anticipated; the Legislature has reduced state support to WVU by more than $38 million in the last four years.
Resident tuition will increase $384 an academic year, from $7,992 to $8,376; non-resident tuition goes up $1,128 from $22,488 to $23,616.
For more about the tuition, housing and meal rate changes announced June 29, read the full story at WVUToday.
You may also view detailed undergraduate, graduate and professional tuition information on the Financial Services website.