New Mexico Junior College votes to raise tuition

New Mexico

HOBBS, N.M. (Hobbs News-Sun) — The New Mexico Junior College Board has voted to raise tuition.

The Hobbs News-Sun reports the governing board of the southeastern New Mexico school approved Thursday a plan to increase tuition by $1 per semester hour.

Under the plan, in-district tuition will go from $38 to $39 per credit hour for the first 15 credit hours.

Out-of-district tuition will go from $57 to $58 per credit hour for the first 15 credit hours.

Out-of-state tuition will go from $69 to $70 per credit hour for the first 15 credit hours. 

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