Most students at Pima Community College will pay 4.4 percent more to go to school this fall.
The college’s Governing Board voted 3-2 late Wednesday to increase tuition rates and related fees.
The changes will add about $60 a year to the basic tuition bill for full-time instate students taking 30 credits a year, bringing their total annual tuition tab to $1,965.
That doesn’t include extras such as student services fees, which also will rise by 50 cents per credit hour.
Similar increases were approved for out-of-state students.
Read more of this story in Thursday's Arizona Daily Star.