What Do GGC Students Think About the Tuition Increase?
We hit the campus of Georgia Gwinnett College to find out how students really feel.
The Board of Regents recently approved a three percent increase in tuition at all University System of Georgia schools. This means students at Georgia Gwinnett College will pay about three dollars more per credit hour. For a student enrolled full-time with 12 credit hours per semester, they will pay $36 more for the term than in fall 2010.
Also, the Board of Regents increased the system wide special institutional fee. For GGC, this fee will go up from $95 a semester to $245.
Patch hit the campus of GGC to ask students what they thought about the price of their tuition going up.