Students at New Mexico Highlands University will have to dig a little deeper to cover the cost of their college education next year.
The Highlands Board of Regents approved a nearly 10.6 percent tuition and fee hike for resident undergraduate and graduate students on Wednesday. In-state, full-time undergraduate students will pay $312 more a year, bringing their annual tuition and fees to $3,264.
Full-time, in-state graduate students will pay $336 more a year. Out-of-state students, meanwhile, were hit with a 15 percent increase.
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