PULLMAN, Wash. - When the Board of Regents at Washington State University meet next week, one of the topics they will discuss is whether or not to increase tuition by 2.5% for the next school year.

If approved, the majority of WSU students will see an approximately $130 rise per semester.

The revenue generated would go to support mental health, housing, and food insecurity services for students and will provide additional tuition waivers for students who are having difficulties paying for college.

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