Students attending Brigham Young University will pay more for tuition starting in fall 2016.
The Daily Herald reports undergraduate students who are members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will pay another $75 per semester next year. Non-member undergraduate tuition rates are going up by $150.
University officials attribute the increases to costs for supplies as well as travel.
LDS graduate students will pay $90 more per semester, or $3,340. Non-LDS semester tuition rates for law and business graduate students are going up by $340 to reach $12,310.
Church members pay roughly half the tuition charged for non-members.