Tuition, fees up at Rhode Island colleges, universities

LENDING SUPPORT: Donald H. DeHayes, University of Rhode Island provost and vice president of academic affairs, says URI is sensitive to the cost of education and spends $100,000 on financial aid each year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
LENDING SUPPORT: Donald H. DeHayes, University of Rhode Island provost and vice president of academic affairs, says URI is sensitive to the cost of education and spends $100 million on financial aid each year. / PBN FILE PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
In the fall, Rhode Island’s public-college students will find their education a little more expensive. The fiscal year 2018 state budget included across-the-board tuition and fee increases at University of Rhode Island, Rhode Island College and the Community College of Rhode Island. URI Senate President Ryan Buck, of Salem, N.H., said students may be “slightly…

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