The University of Toledo is planning modest increases to the fees charged for living and eating on campus to ensure UT continues to provide high-quality service to students.
The UT Board of Trustees approved Monday a 2 percent increase in residence hall fees and a 1 percent increase in dining fees beginning fall semester 2017 to cover increasing costs of operations.
The adjustments were made now to give students and their families more time to plan ahead for the upcoming academic year.
The changes in housing fees represent an increase of up to $95 per semester depending on the residence hall. Dining costs will increase up to $12 per semester according to the meal plan selected.