As officials hiked tuition rates at Highlands University last week, they said the school still had the best price for a quality education.
President Jim Fries recommended a 7.7 percent increase for resident students or a $8.80 increase per credit hour. Non-residents and international students will see a 7.5 percent hike, to $166 and $216 per credit hour respectively.
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