Tuition increase approved at Christopher Newport University

Photo courtesy Christopher Newport University. (WAVY)

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The cost of attending Christopher Newport University is going up.

The Daily Press reports ( ) the school’s Board of Visitors voted last week to raise tuition and other costs.

The total cost of in-state students is going up 3.8 percent to $24,878 a year. For out-of-state students, costs will increase $1,480 to $37,074 a year. CNU’s total cost for in-state students ranks fourth among public schools in Virginia.

The school says the increase will help fund faculty and staff pay raises.

Information from: Daily Press,

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