Board of Regents votes to increase tuition at Connecticut community colleges


Students at the state’s community colleges will soon be paying a little bit more to go there. 

The state Board of Regents voted to hike tuition at Connecticut’s 12 community colleges by 2.1 percent.

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That’s about $92 per year for full-time students. 

The board says the new structure eliminates an application fee and replaces it with a $5 per semester fee. 

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