GALVESTON -- The Texas A&M University System Board of Regents unanimously approved a tuition and fee increase for its flagship campus over the objections of a few students who drove 150 miles to lobby against the change.
The regents unanimously approved the changes at a board meeting held here on Thursday. The vote marks the first tuition increase approved by the board since 2009. Freshmen entering Texas A&M next fall will see the largest average tuition and fee increase of about 6 percent and current students will see smaller increases.
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