MARQUETTE, Mich -If you are a Northern Michigan University student, you’re tuition bill is going to look different this year.
The NMU Board of Trustees approved tuition rates for the upcoming 2021–22 academic year.
Resident students will see a 4.2% increase to tuition.
The university’s board also approved grants of up to $750 for full time students.
These grants will essentially lower tuition costs overall by a minimum of $120.
NMU President, Fritz Erickson, praised the school’s students for navigating the last year’s pandemic, and believes they should be recognized for their efforts.
He further acknowledged that school leaders want to reflect students actions with an overall price drop in tuition costs.
The fall semester’s bill will begin to show up in student accounts the week of July 12th.
In person classes are set to start Monday, August 23rd.