It's going to cost students at West Virginia University at Parkersburg more to go to school next fall.
Tuition will increase by 4.7% for the Fall 2008 semester.
That comes out to about $87 more per semester for in-state community college students and $120 more for West Virginia residents pursuing a bachelors degree.
Officials say the increase is partly because new faculty and services are being added.
They say costs have also gone up.
WVU-P's tuition still remains the lowest in the state for community college and baccalaureate programs.
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