Pitt students could see increases in several fees
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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