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El Paso Community College board increases fall 2015 tuition

The El Paso Community College board of trustees voted Wednesday to increase tuition for the 2015 fall semester.

This is the second increase just this year after the school increased rates for the spring semester.

This fall, resident students will pay $5 more per credit hour and non-resident students will pay $7 more.

EPCC’s associate vice president for financial services said the state really has not been funding the school in spite of the enrollment increase.

She said the lack of state funding could result in a $4 million shortfall for EPCC.

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