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Tuition, fees at Georgia public universities to hold steady in fall 2023 despite budget worries


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ATLANTA (AP) — The cost of attending Georgia’s public universities and colleges will remain mostly flat in the 2023-2024 academic year. Regents voted Tuesday to increase tuition or fees at only four of the system’s 26 schools — Middle Georgia State University, Georgia College and State University, the University of West Georgia and Abraham Baldwin Agricultural college. The vote came despite concerns that declining enrollment and a legislative funding cut are stressing school budgets. The average Georgia school is charging in-state undergraduates $6,266 this year, which will rise to $6,290 next year. Regents made changes in how they allocate $3.2 billion in state funds among the schools to try to cushion budget cuts.

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