Boise State University Raises Tuition
Boise, Idaho (KMVT-TV) Despite an increase, Boise State University remains one of the lowest cost public universities in the region.
The State Board of Education approved an annual student tuition and fee increase of nearly six percent for the 2012–13 academic year.
For in–state full–time students the cost will be $5,884, an increase of $318.
And out–of–state, non–resident students will pay $11,440, or a 10% raise.
The average tuition rate in the west is a little more than 7–thousand dollars for public schools.
Idaho ranks 13th out of 15 western states for its annual undergraduate resident tuition.