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Huntington campus sees stable tuition

For the second time in a decade, the board of Huntington University has approved no tuition increase for returning and incoming students, officials said.

But the university will increase room, board and fees for an overall increase of 1.6 percent. Room, board, tuition and fees total $32,200. This figure includes a new technology fee that will underwrite a campus wireless and cloud printing initiative.

Tuition for the university’s professional and graduate degree programs will remain at current levels for next year, between $348 and $466 per credit hour, depending on the program. Currently, Huntington’s tuition ranks 23rd out of the 31 independent colleges and universities in the state.

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