10 May

The West Virginia University Institute of Technology has frozen its tuition and fees for the 2010 – 2011 academic school year.

“WVU Tech will continue to meet the needs of its students by helping to keep college costs affordable in these difficult economic times,” said Campus Provost, Dr. Scott Hurst.

“Our tuition and fees for both in-state and out-of-state students will not increase and we are expecting only modest increases in room and board. Room and board rates will remain in line with other academic institutions in the state while WVU Tech prides itself on providing an outstanding, affordable education for its undergraduate students,” Hurst added.

For additional information please visit WVU Tech’s Office of Financial Aid at: http://finaid.wvutech.edu/

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