UT Regents Back Some Tuition Hikes, New Med Schools

In-state tuition for University of Texas at Austin undergraduates will hold steady for the next two years, but nonresidents and graduate students will pay more in tuition. Most students in the University of Texas System will also pay more for school in the next two years after UT System regents today approved all requests, except UT-Austin's, to raise tuition.

UT regents today also committed to developing medical schools in Austin and South Texas. The plan to build an Austin-based medical school will receive up to $30 million a year from the state’s Available University Fund, as long as ...

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