New Murray State tuition and fees approved

Murray State University’s says the Council on Post-secondary Education has approved its proposed 2016-17 tuition and fees, including a new tuition and scholarship model for incoming students.

Murray State says the new model applies to incoming freshmen, transfer students and new non-degree seeking students for the fall of 2016. It includes what the school calls an aggressive scholarship model it says is "designed to reward high-achieving, college-ready students."

Under the new model, Kentucky undergraduate students will pay $4,200 per semester for 12-15 credits. Hours above 15 will be charged at the hourly rate. 

Murray State says returning full-time Kentucky undergraduate residents will pay an additional $168 per semester  for up to 15 credit hours, and non-resident undergraduate students will pay $468 more per semester. Hours above 15 will be charged at the hourly rate. 

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