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Wilson College leaves tuition rates unchanged for next year

Written by Ben Allen, General Assignment Reporter | Oct 27, 2015 2:53 AM
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(Chambersburg) -- Wilson College says it's bucking a national trend and keeping tuition flat next year.

It's the sixth straight year the college in Chambersburg, Franklin County has kept tuition level.

It will charge undergraduate students nearly $24,000 next year.

The housing fee will also remain unchanged, while meal plans and technology fees are rising.

Wilson says overall, the increases amount to less than one percent for traditional undergraduate students.

However, tuition for people in the adult degree and teacher intern programs is set to increase.

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