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Southeast regents meet on Fall tuition, Greek housing project

CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO (KFVS) -

The Southeast Missouri State University Board of Regents met Friday to consider a Fall 2015 tuition and fee schedule and special course fees for high cost programs.

They also met about a proposal for the first phase of the Greek housing project.

According to Southeast, the Board approved an increase to tuition charged to in-state undergraduates of $1.75 per credit hour.

That means per credit hour tuition and general fees charged to students beginning in fall 2015 will be $233 for Missouri resident undergraduates, $412.50 for non-resident undergraduates, $294.50 for resident graduate students and $520.50 for non-resident graduate students.

Students at Southeast's regional campuses will only pay $150 for lower division courses.

More information about the meeting can be found here: http://bit.ly/1cx5Eok

Conceptual design for the first phase of a Greek Village at Southeast Missouri State University was approved today by the Southeast Board of Regents.

Southeast also says the Board directed administration to complete design development, finalize financing options and complete lease terms with Greek organizations.

Final site plans, lease agreements and financing will be presented to the Board for final approval at their June meeting.

See more here:  http://bit.ly/1dTdJUt

The Board of Regents also approved several new academic programs.

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