SENATOBIA, Miss. (WTVA) - Northwest Mississippi Community College says it will increase tuition for the 2014-15 academic year.
The Commercial Appeal reports the community college cites costs associated with maintaining new facilities and providing the programs those facilities will offer.
Under the plan approved by the Senatobia-based school's Board of Trustees, full-time in-state students will see an increase of $150 per semester in tuition, to $1,275.
Part-time in-state students will pay an additional $15 per semester hour as the cost increases to $110 per semester hour.
Out-of-state full-time students will pay an additional $100 in nonresident tuition fees in addition to the new base tuition of $1,275.
Part-time students from out of state will pay an additional $20 per semester hour.