Indiana State trustees approve tuition hike

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It’s going to cost more to attend Indiana State University next year.

The school’s board of trustees has approved a tuition hike of about 2 percent for each of the next two years.

Full-time students will pay $79 more next year, raising tuition to a little more than $4,100.

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