Tuition rises for some students at military junior college
ROSWELL, N.M. (AP) — Tuition is going up for international students at a military junior college in Roswell.
The Roswell Daily Record reports that the New Mexico Military Institute’s Board of Regents approved the 3 percent tuition hike last week. The $367 increase applies to all international students, except those from Canada and Mexico, for the next academic year.
Fees are going up for all students by 4.3 percent. Students from North America will pay $553 more. International students will pay $930 more.
The school’s chief financial officer, Col. Judy Scharmer, says the school remains one of the least expensive of its kind despite the tuition and fee increases.