Student fees are going up at most UL schools, but it's the lowest fee hike in a decade
Posted on 6/26/2017 10:25:00 AM.

Universities within the UL system will see their lowest fee increase in a decade, as their Board of Supervisors approved a hike of less than three percent for the nine public colleges. Fee increases range from $98 to $212.
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Bill that would allow colleges to raise student fees passes House
Posted on 5/20/2015 4:00:00 PM.
Legislation by Hammond Representative Chris Broadwater that would allow state colleges to raise fees for students passes the state House.  Gonzales Representative Eddie Lambert wanted assurance from Broadwater that this measure would not affect tuition.
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House Education oks measure that gives more autonomy to colleges and universities to raise tuition
Posted on 4/22/2015 12:13:00 PM.
Legislation that would give public colleges the authority to raise tuition and fees without legislative approval advanced out of the House Education Committee today. Hammond Representative Chris Broadwater says this legislation is needed because state funding for universities has been on the decline since 2008.
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