Ferris State University's board increases tuition by 2.5 percent

Under the terms of the increase, full-time undergraduates will pay $357 per credit hour

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BIG RAPIDS, Mich. - Ferris State University's Board of Trustees has voted to increase tuition at the Big Rapids school by 2.5 percent.

MLive.com reports the vote took place on Friday.

Under the terms of the increase, full-time undergraduates will pay $357 per credit hour. That's an increase of $9.

Ferris State boosted tuition by 5.1 percent last year.

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