UW will consider raising tuition

Laramie, Wy – The University of Wyoming board of trustees is considering tuition increases during each of the next four years to pay for library and academic improvements.
If approved, it would mark the first time in four years that
tuition has gone up for UW undergraduates.
During its meeting Nov. 19-21 in Laramie, board members will
consider three proposals that would raise tuition for both
undergraduate and graduate students by 5 percent, 7.5 percent or
9.9 percent, respectively, each year through 2014.
Each of the three proposed rate hikes would apply to
undergraduates and graduate students both from Wyoming and out of
state.
Even if a tuition increase passes, UW will still rank among the
most affordable universities in the country.