KALAMAZOO, Mich. (WOOD) — Kalamazoo Valley Community College will be raising tuition starting this fall.
The Board of Trustees approved the change Monday during its meeting.
In-district students will pay an additional $4 per contact hour, an increase of 3.6%. Currently, they are paying $110 per contact hour.
Out-of-district students will pay an extra $8, upping the cost to $197 per contact hour.
In a news release, college president L. Marshall Washington says KVCC is reducing the distance learning fee and that overall costs are significantly lower compared to other colleges and universities.