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In Florence, the Board of Trustees for the University of North Alabama has approved a nine percent tuition increase for students.

Trustees passed the measure by a unanimous vote.  The increase will happen with the start of the Fall 2012 semester. 

Right now, undergraduate tuition is $204 per credit hour.  It will increase $18 to $222 per credit hour.  This affects graduate students, too.

UNA’s last tuition increase was just last year, and it was 10 percent.

The board also voted to raise fees for students at Kilby Laboratory School.  They will see fees go from $200 to $500 a year, effective this fall.

In other business, the board named trustee Rodney Howard the new president pro-tem.  He replaces three-term trustee Steve Pierce.

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