Updated at 3:08 p.m. Jan. 28, 2011 with comment from Erdman and Krawitz.
Reporting from KBIA's Courtney Flatt also used in this report.
Krawitz says 20 percent of the revenue generated form the tuition increase will be put into financial aid.
Tuition at the four University of Missouri campuses will increase for the first time in two years after a vote by the systems' Board of Curators.
The University of Missouri system board of curators voted today on their recommendations for tuition increases for each of the system's campuses.
KMOV reports the recommended increases for in-state undergraduate tuition as follows:
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University of Missouri leaders met by teleconference today to discuss tuition and fee increases across the four-campus system.
Curators looked at figures and possible scenarios prepared by the UM vice president Nikke Krawitz.
A 10 percent increase in tuition - the highest increase scenario on the table - would contribute about $44 million to the coffers.
That doesn't even come close, Krawitz says, to meeting an estimated $64 million gap.
But what's the bottom line for Krawitz?
Updated with results of the Board of Curators Meeting:
A tuition increase at the four University of Missouri campuses appears likely in the coming academic year. But how much?
Documents released Thursday say the university will "strive to keep (any) increase to single digit(s)," subject to state support.
A budget overview provided to the board was grim, projecting a $105 million state funding gap.From Earlier:
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