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Tuition And Fees May Be Going Up At West Texas A&M

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The cost of getting higher education locally may be on the rise.

Tuition and fees for West Texas A&M could be increasing for the 2015 fiscal year.  Currently tuition and mandates cost about $3,484 a semester for a full time student.  With the increases the cost would rise to $3,650 for incoming freshmen.

The proposed increases would be hikes in transportation, accreditation and advising.  Also included is a four year tuition cost guarantee.

School officials say the increases are needed to help accommodate a student population that is seeing above average growth.

For more see this source article.

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