NORSU increases tuition
The Negros Oriental State University has increased its tuition by 30 percent, or P1,000, for school year 2013-2014, its president, Don Vicente Real, said yesterday.
Real said the increase was proposed after a consultation with the school stakeholders, and was approved by the Commission on Higher Education.
Students who will enroll in specialized courses, like the Bachelor of Arts in geology, forestry, agriculture, engineering and pharmacy, will pay P8,085 per semester, and for BS Pharmacy, P9,135 each semester.
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