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UPDATE: Regents Vote on Oklahoma Tuition Increases (Jun 23, 2011)

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - State higher education regents have approved tuition and mandatory fee increases for Oklahoma's public colleges and universities.

Regents voted 8-1 Thursday on the tuition-increase proposals for the upcoming school year. They include a 5 percent increase at the University of Oklahoma and a 4.8 percent increase at Oklahoma State University.

Students at those two research universities will pay an average of $334 more per year in tuition. Students at the state's 11 regional universities will pay about 5.7 percent more in tuition, an increase of about $251 a year.

Students at Oklahoma's 12 community colleges will pay an average of 6.6 percent more. That's an annual increase of about $180.

Higher education received about a 5.8 percent funding cut from the Legislature for the fiscal year that starts July

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