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UD Announces Tuition Increase

University of Delaware student will be paying more for tuition.

University of Delaware student will be paying more for tuition.

Officials announced today that tuition and mandatory fees will go up 1.9% for in-state undergraduates, and 2.5% for out-of-state undergraduates for the 2014-2015 academic year.

According to the University’s website… full-time, in-state undergraduates who live and dine on campus will pay $23,900, while out-of-state will pay $42,250 this upcoming academic year.



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