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Students will pay roughly 5% more per credit hour beginning this fall to attend one Siouxland college

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The Northeast Community College Board of Governors has approved the tuition schedule for the 2014-2015 school year. The board moved to keep student fees flat for the upcoming year, the credit hour rates for both resident and non resident students saw a slight increase. The board also created a new tuition rate for students who reside in the neighboring states of Iowa and South Dakota.

The Nebraska resident rate for the 2014-2015 school year will be $82.50 per credit hour, non Nebraska resident students will pay $116.00, and under the newly approved rate, residents of Iowa and South Dakota will pay $83.50 per credit hour.

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