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Pitt students could see increases in several fees

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Monday, May 12, 2014, 5:36 p.m.
 

Pitt officials are recommending increases in several student fees this fall.

The Board of Trustees' Student Activities Committee on Monday recommended increasing the student wellness fee from $85 a semester to $105 a semester and raising activities fees for graduate and professional students from $20 to $30 a semester.

The committee also recommended boosting student activities fees at its Titusville campus from $75 to $90 a semester and the recreation fee from $80 to $100 a semester.

The fees are subject to the trustees' approval at their June meeting.

The trustees are expected to adopt tuition rates for 2014-15 this summer.

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