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Cameron University's Budget Approved, Tuition Going Up

LAWTON,Okla_Cameron University's budget has been approved for the fiscal year 2014 and students will be paying a little more for classes.  

Beginning with the Fall 2013 semester, undergrad tuition and mandatory fees will increase by 6% percent, rising to $168.50 per credit hour. That means a full-time student taking 15 hours per semester will pay an additional $285 for an academic year.

Even with this increase in tuition, Cameron University remains one of the most affordable universities in Oklahoma.  In addition, Cameron compares favorably with universities outside of Oklahoma, charging 20 percent less than its out-of-state peer universities. 

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