Tuition costs for all college students are skyrocketing.
The average cost of tuition at the University of Utah is about $12,000.
That figure has skyrocketed in recent years as the cost of living has skyrocketen, too.
Tuition has skyrocket.
In 2015, the average cost was $9,872.
The average cost per semester in 2016 was $6,974.
The figure was $18,058 in 2018.
Tuitions for 2017 were $15,764.
That’s an increase of $3,927 over last year.
The cost for 2018 was about $16,624.
That was $22,979.
Tuerences are expected to continue to rise in 2019, according to the Utah Association of Colleges and Schools.
It’s not just tuition costs.
Students have to pay for the cost for living, the cost to attend college, and the cost that they have to cover their transportation costs.
According to the Association of Independent Colleges and Universities, the annual cost of housing for an incoming freshman at the university ranges from $12 to $25,000, and tuition costs for incoming freshmen for 2019 are about $6.50 per semester.
This is the result of rising tuition, and there’s a lot of blame to go around.
Some students are trying to pay down debt in an attempt to lower their tuition costs, which are expected be about $18 million by 2020.
But some universities have been cutting back on classes to keep their budgets up, according the University at Buffalo’s Josh Miller.
He says there are some institutions that are trying, but not nearly as hard as others.
“You know, at some universities, you know, they’re trying to cut back a little bit, but we’re not seeing the same kind of impact,” Miller said.
Miller says some schools are using the money to cut classes or make room for new students.
But there’s also a push to keep costs low.
In order to keep tuition at a low level, the University’s Dean of Students said students should be prepared for tuition to increase if inflation keeps going up.