Colorado State University students had better brace for a tuition hike.
The school's governing board approved a tuition increase of 15 percent Wednesday for most in-state students, and six percent for out-of-state scholars.
The CSU Board of Governors voted 7-to-1 in favor of the hike, with Jeff Shoemaker voting no.
University spokesman Brad Bohlander says in-state undergraduate students will pay 411 dollars more per year. Out-of-state tuition will increase by 814 dollars for undergraduates, and 849 dollars for graduate students.
Tuition will rise by nine percent for in-state graduate students, or 304 dollars annually.