Regents will consider a nearly 10% increase for the fall, on top of an 8% increase that had already been approved. The added $ 1,100 per undergraduate would offset a $ 150-million state funding cut.
Budget-pressed University of California administrators confirmed Saturday that they will seek a nearly 10% tuition hike on top of an 8% increase already scheduled to take effect this fall.
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