Tuition Hike at College of New Caledonia
CNC’s Board of Directors voted Friday afternoon in favor of a two percent increase in tuition.
It will amount to about $5 dollars more per course for students and will generate, depending on enrollment, roughly $115,000 in revenue for the college.
President Henry Reiser says it is in line with other post-secondary institutions in the province.
He says CNC remains one of the most affordable post-secondary institutions in BC.