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May 21, 2003

Heres is a look at how undergraduate tuition and fees would change in the fall at public colleges and universities in Georgia under a structure approved Tuesday by the Board of Regents.

TUITION (undergraduate, per semester)
Two-year schools: from $666 to $699, up $33
Regional, state universities: from $1,005 to $$1,106, up $101
Research universities: from $1,395 to $1,604, up $209

 

FEES (per semester)

Georgia Tech: from $413 to $434

Georgia State University: from $341 to $356

Medical College of Georgia: from $283 to $293

University of Georgia: from $413 to $435

Georgia Southern University: from $342 to $350

Valdosta State University: from $312 to $324

Albany State University: from $277 to $281

Armstrong Atlantic State University: unchanged at $195

Augusta State University: from $147 to $150

Clayton College & State University: from $213 to $229

Columbus State University: from $228 to $232

Fort Valley State University: unchanged at $285

Georgia College & State University: reduced from $308 to $297

Georgia Southwestern State University: from $284 to $286

Kennesaw State University: from $253 to $283

North Georgia College & State University: from $283 to $286

Savannah State University: unchanged at $309

Southern Polytechnic State University: unchanged at $221

State University of West Georgia: from $274 to $281

Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College: from $206 to $219

Atlanta Metropolitan College: from $95 to $100

Bainbridge College: unchanged at $62

Coastal Georgia Community College: unchanged at $106

Dalton State College: unchanged at $62

Darton College: from $117 to $132

East Georgia College: from $48 to $63

Floyd College: reduced from $117 to $92

Gainesville College: unchanged at $69

Georgia Perimeter College: unchanged at $122

Gordon College: unchanged at $90

Macon State College: unchanged at $79

Middle Georgia College: reduced from $231 to $202

South Georgia College: unchanged at $128

Waycross College: unchanged at $77

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Source: Board of Regents

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