A tuition increase for West Virginia University at Parkersburg.
The increase will cost students a couple hundred extra dollars per year.
The school's board of governors approved the eight percent tuition increase Wednesday.
In-state students in the bachelor program would pay $300 more a year.
Out of state nearly $800 a year.
President Marie Foster Gnage says the increase is needed because of state budget cuts and a drop in enrollment.
Gnage says related fees would be mostly unchanged, or reduced in some instances.
The Community and Technical College Council also must approve the increase.
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