MUNCIE, Ind. (AP) - Ball State University officials are proposing a 2
percent tuition increase for each of the next two school years.
University treasurer Randy Howard says the 20,000-student school will face
financial challenges even with the tuition boost because during the second
year it won’t receive an increase in state funding.
The Star Press reports that the proposed increase will make Ball State’s
in-state tuition nearly $9,200 for 2013-14 and about $9,300 the following
Ball State will have a public hearing on the tuition proposal on Wednesday,
with the school’s trustees expected to vote on the plan the following day.
Ball State’s proposed tuition increase is about the same as Indiana
University’s, while Purdue is freezing tuition at its West Lafayette campus.