- Associated Press - Friday, June 24, 2016

CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) - Students at Clemson will be paying more for tuition, housing and meals during the coming school year.

Local media outlets report the university’s board of trustees on Thursday agreed to raise tuition just over 3 percent for in-state students and over 4 percent for out-of-state students.

That means tuition now for in-state students will be almost $7,200 a semester while out-of-state students will be paying almost $17,000 a semester.

The university is also increasing charges for housing and meals.

Housing will now cost on average of almost $2,900 a semester while meal plans on average will cost more than $1,900 a semester.

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