Costs Going Up at NJ College

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    The school's board of trustees on Wednesday voted not to increase them for the summer 2015 semester.

    Tuition and fees at The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey in Galloway Township are going up by 2 percent for the upcoming academic year.

    The school's board of trustees on Wednesday voted not to increase them for the summer 2015 semester.

    Tuition for full-time undergraduates who live in New Jersey will increase by more than $79 to $4,053.57. Educational and general fees will cost more than $1,771 and the facilities fee will rise to more than $459.

    Last year was the first time in the school's history that the board voted for no increases in tuition and fees.

    The school also announced its first comprehensive fundraising campaign raised more than $25 million, exceeding a goal of $20 million.