Tuition to Rise for Most Students in A&M System

All students in the Texas A&M University System will pay more in tuition, except for those at the flagship College Station campus and the San Antonio campus, the system’s regents decided in a vote today.

The Board of Regents today in a 6-3 vote approved all proposed tuition increases from the system’s nine universities. The vote comes a day after the University of Texas System regents approved tuition increases for most campuses.

R. Bowen Loftin, president of Texas A&M University at College Station, did not request a tuition increase, even though the school’s tuition and fee advisory council had proposed ...

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