Colorado State University is considering changing its tuitition structure, which could result in a
significant increase in tuition. The plan for next year calls for raising the tuition by $1,200 over the four years most students attend before graduating.
The plan would raise more than 30 million dollars in additional revenue, helping it offset a 42 percent reduction in state aid. It also would bring the school's tuition charges closer to its peers.
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