Students at the 14-owned Pennsylvania state universities will see a $25 increase in technology fees, The Patriot-News reports. The fees will rise to $206 for in-state undergraduates, up from $181. The board of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education set the fees Thursday morning. Later today, the system’s trustees are slated to set the tuition for the 2009-10 school year. The system includes Millersville and Shippensburg universities. The out-of-state undergraduate and graduate students will pay $37 more in technology fees, to $310. Technology fees pay for computer labs, web-based course development, and electronic library resources. About 90 percent of the system’s students are from Pennsylvania.
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