Manhattan Citing a sagging economy and concerns among students and parents, Kansas State University is now proposing an across-the-board tuition increase.
Kansas State said Wednesday it decided to change its original request presented to the Kansas Board of Regents in May that would impose most of the increases on juniors and seniors. The school now asks for an increase of just under 6 percent, or about $400, for all students.
Under KSU's plan submitted to the Kansas Board of Regents on May 15, some of the heftiest hikes would be for for some K-State juniors and seniors. At the same time, some students would see no difference.
The regents will take final action on tuition proposals at their meeting June 12.