UC Board of Regents approves multiyear tuition and financial aid plan

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Despite some resistance from the public, students and regents representatives, the UC Board of Regents passed a multiyear tuition and financial aid plan Thursday that will implement a tuition increase for incoming classes starting fall 2022, with hopes of promoting tuition stability as well as expanding financial aid to help students shoulder the increasing costs of rent, food and other necessities.

By a vote of 17-5, the UC Board of Regents passed a multi-year tuition and financial aid plan Thursday that will begin in fall of 2022. 
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