MARQUETTE, MI-- Tuition at Northern Michigan University is going up, but will remain within the cap to receive state funding.
Thursday the Board of Trustees approved a 3.2 percent increase. That translates into $149 more per semester for a full-time resident undergraduate. The annual cost will be $9,383.
Next year NMU will keep its rank of having the second-lowest tuition and fees among Michigan’s public universities.
The board also voted to increase graduate tuition. Resident graduate students will pay $474 per credit hour, an increase of $33.