Tuition Is Rising At UMass

The University of Massachusetts is  raising tuition rates. 

The school's board of trustees voted Monday to  increase the cost by an average of 416 dollars for in-state  undergraduate students, which will bump the total to an average of  14-thousand-253 dollars for the upcoming academic year. 

That's a  three-percent rise over the most recent academic year. 

UMass President  Marty Meehan says there will still need to be cost-cutting measures  employed at all five campuses.

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